TIMEP hosted “Ten Years On: Contesting Cyberspace in MENA,” a timely virtual discussion on social media, surveillance, cyberwarfare, and censorship.
On January 28, TIMEP hosted “Ten Years On: Organizing in Tunisia, Egypt, and Syria,” a a dynamic virtual event on mobilizing on the ground, online, and in exile.
On November 10, TIMEP hosted a virtual public, moderated roundtable on autocratic governance and control by exploring the political economies and development of North Africa, with a specific focus on Algeria and Egypt.
TIMEP is thrilled to announce the members of its 2020 Nonresident Fellowship cohort! The fellows, based in countries around the world, bring expertise on a variety of thematic areas from freedom of information to digital rights and on countries across the region. Throughout their one year fellowships, TIMEP’s nonresident fellows will be producing engaging and interactive content on the top issues affecting […]
TIMEP joins 109 organizations to call upon governments to ensure that the COVID-19 pandemic not be used as pretext to usher in invasive digital surveillance measures.
The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) and MENA Rights Group, joined by 38 organizations from around the world, have issued a statement calling on governments in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to take a number of urgent measures to protect their prison populations, and in doing so, their populations as a […]