On Monday September 19, 2016, the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy and Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights sent the following joint letter to Democratic and Republican presidential nominees, Secretary
Hussein Baoumi will be undertaking research on civil society organizations, human rights, and democratization in Egypt.
TIMEP’s collaboration with Karam aligns with its goal to magnify local voices across the Middle East and North Africa as it will apply its advocacy expertise in support of Karam’s mission and initiatives.
The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) condemns the inaction of Egyptian authorities following a mob’s attack on Coptic Christians in the Upper Egyptian Minya province. On Friday, May
TIMEP is pleased to announce the Transitional Justice Project, an innovative, timely initiative that addresses crucial issues at the heart of political transitions across the Middle East.
UPDATE: On Saturday, March 25, Qasr al-Nil Misdemeanor Court ruled to reduce the two-year prison sentences of Egyptian Syndicate of Journalists head Yehia Qallash and senior board members Khaled al-Balshy
TIMEP reiterates the principle that Egypt’s long-term stability is dependent on a free, functioning political and social climate.
UPDATE: On Monday, November 28, the Egyptian parliament’s constitutional and legislative affairs committee rejected the Free Egyptians Party’s draft law to amend the publication-related provisions of Law No. 58 of 1937.
The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy has signed on to the following statement, which was initiated and coordinated by Amnesty International and first appeared on their website. Human rights activists risk
Update: February 9, 2017 On Thursday, February 9, Egyptian authorities closed El Nadeem Center for the Rehabilitation of Victims of Torture, a local nongovernmental organization defending the rights of victims