TIMEP’s legal unit serves as a resource on legal, judicial, and accountability-related issues for a non-technical audience, unpacking, presenting, and contextualizing the top developments in analysis pieces, explainers, and reports.

This brief delves into some of the primary issues affecting and implicating the country’s religious minorities, who are primarily Coptic Christian, but also include members of other Christian denominations, Jews, Shi‘a Muslims, Ahmadis, Quranists, Baha’is, and atheists. 

January 1, 1970
Legislating in Sudan: The Transitional Period
October 18, 2021

On October 3, 2020, the parties signed the Juba Peace Agreement, which amended the Charter and…

January 1, 1970
Vaccine Access and Distribution in MENA
September 20, 2021

While international debates over intellectual property, vaccine nationalism, and global access have taken center stage, a…


On August 4, 2020, tonnes of ammonium nitrate that had been neglected at the Beirut Port…

January 1, 1970
Access to Information in Tunisia
June 25, 2021

Five years after the law’s passing, how does has it fared, what has implementation looked like,…

January 1, 1970
Access to Information Laws in MENA
June 25, 2021

In a new four-part series, our authors unpack the importance of this right in the MENA…

January 1, 1970
Access to Information in Jordan
June 23, 2021

Although Jordan has a law to guarantee access to information, its vagueness, exceptions regime, and relationship…

January 1, 1970
Access to Information in Lebanon
June 23, 2021

Lebanon’s Access to Information Law was passed in 2017 with very little media coverage and public…