07/08/2014 . By TIMEP

The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP) was pleased to host El Bent: Chronicles of Egyptian Women, an evening dedicated to bringing to light the issue of sexual violence

06/19/2014 . By Mohamad Adam

Two years after numerous statements by youth and women’s rights movements about the continuous incidents of violence and sexual harassment against women in large protests, especially in Tahrir, it took

06/19/2014 . By Dr. Nancy Okail

In attempt to address the dangerous implications of Egypt’s sexual violence epidemic, TIMEP has dedicated a special issue with a series of articles and a week of events in Washington.

05/08/2014 . By TIMEP

Egypt’s cabinet passed a new sexual harassment law that defines sexual harassment as following, stalking, using gestures, speech, any method of communication, or any means of action that carry sexual

03/28/2014 . By Nesreen Salem

Cassandra, the legendary princess of Troy whose name meant “she who entangles men,” was a beautiful woman. So beautiful was she, in fact, that the Greek god Apollo wanted her

03/19/2014 . By Sara Abdel Rahim

By most accounts, Field Marshal Abdul-Fattah al-Sisi is predicted to be a candidate in the Egyptian presidential elections of 2014. Despite not having formally announced his intention to run, many

03/05/2014 . By Amro Ali

“Would you allow your unmarried daughters to live alone in their own apartments in Cairo?” This was the question asked by American journalist Milton Viorst to the late Naguib Mahfouz

08/09/2013 . By TIMEP

At least four members of the militant Islamist group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis were killed in an explosion. An Egyptian security official, speaking anonymously to the Associated Press, said that an

07/02/2013 . By TIMEP

Protests and episodes of violence continued throughout Egypt on Tuesday, July 2. In total, Reuters reported that seven died in Cairo and hundreds were injured throughout Egypt.  Significant anti-Morsi crowds