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Cash transfer programmes like Karama and Takaful can partially eliminate poverty in Egypt, provided they are well implemented, well researched and well documented

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There have been systematic negations of women’s rights, although the state has given various symbolic or substantive gestures of gender justice

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The two-way canal will bring more jobs and opportunities. But how will that be reflected in the community and the quality of life in the region and in Egypt?

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Egyptian policy-makers need to protect and enable researchers, who often face hostility and suspicion when they try to carry out their work

Today’s protesters are those who failed to find a place in the middle class world created by President Morsi and reflected in his exclusionary speech filled with threats and bribes

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On Friday, 8 March, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, women and men will march in the streets – once again – to protest violence and exclusion

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Despite the many setbacks and struggles in the year after the revolution, Egyptian women are mobilising to bring about gender justice

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Writer Hania Sholkamy paints a picture of the rowdy, frustrated ambiance and superficial, filtered questions at a well-intended Q&A seminar panelled by Muslim Brotherhood female members

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Revolutionaries have so far failed to unite and sever the former regime's long tentacles. With renewed anger generated by the Mubarak trial verdict, they mustn't commit the same mistakes again

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Women who are at the heart of a new and emerging Egypt are absent from formal politics

Among its major achievements, Egypt’s historic popular revolution boosted gender equality

A movement that grew out of frustration has redefined the whole country and its future. But this week of hope has also exposed dissent and differences that can rupture the fabric of Egypt

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