Press Releases & News
After his third acquittal: Fears that Ahmed Sabri Nassef will be rotated on a new case for the fourth time
After three trials that ended with his acquittal: Samer El-Desouki was “rotated” for the fourth time on the same charge before the State Security Prosecution
Officials obstruct restoration of Church of the Virgin and St. Samuel in Beheira, EIPR calls for the arrest of violent attackers
EIPR issues a new research paper on the health and environmental necessity of desulfurization of diesel fuel in Egypt
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Confirming the sentence of one year with labor of Youssef Hani for charges of insulting Islam. EIPR calls for stopping trials for contempt of religion
“Exclusively for Adherents of “Divinely Revealed Religions?” EIPR launches the second paper of its study on the roots of the term "divine religions"
Today, EIPR released an article titled “Exclusively for Adherents of Divinely Revealed Religions?
Two years after its application: The Court of Cassation will hear the appeal in the case of stripping The Lady of El Karm next January 9
Allocating cemeteries for the burial of Baha’i Egyptians: the administrative judiciary refuses in Port Said, and the Supreme Administrative Court supports the refusal in Alexandria
Ahmed Douma: 10 years of arbitrary detention. Over 900 individuals and Rights groups renew their call for his immediate release.
Rare Meeting of Egyptian, International Rights Groups, COP27-Linked Session Should Open Way to Routine Consultations
On 12 November, for the first time in years, representatives of 12 independent Egyptian, regional, and international human rights organizations met in person in Cairo for a roundtable hosted by the Egyptian Commission for Rights and Freedoms (ECRF
On 10 November 2022, Egyptian authorities denied human rights defender Giorgio Caracciolo, an Italian national and Deputy Director for International Programs at DIGNITY and a member of the executive committee of EuroMed Rights, entry to Egypt and
A new release by EIPR on Trees and Gardens in Egypt's Cities from the Perspective of Environmental Justice | The average Egyptian’s share of green space is 17 square centimeters
The debt crisis will not be solved by a new loan
External debt payments for a year exceed foreign currency reserves and current debt policy is not sustainable