10/31/2014 . By TIMEP

El Bent reveals what 99 percent of women in Egypt know as an innate truth of public space: it is hostile. Shabayek’s work challenges this hostility in many ways.

10/31/2014 . By TIMEP

While Ganzeer often tackles global themes, he is best known for a body of work that, in many ways, has illustrated the Egyptian struggle for freedom and social justice.

10/31/2014 . By TIMEP

At a time of hype about “twitter revolution,” Aly Talibab has always had a connection to the street. Most often described as a spoken word artist or rapper, he began

06/10/2014 . By Amro Ali and Nesreen Salem

Some 2,000 years ago, under Roman occupation, Egyptians were banned from practicing law, and this was not simply due to imperial discrimination. The Romans excluded them because Egyptians made too

06/06/2014 . By TIMEP

Washington, D.C. – The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) is deeply troubled by recent reports that the Egyptian government plans to more expansively monitor social media and news

04/09/2014 . By Ahmed Naji

This story illustrates how Egypt’s diabolical censorship apparatuses work. It is a story through which we try to answer: how do youth sing in Egypt, and how can one become a singer?