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Salma El-Nashar's Articles
Could the government or private-sector companies compel people to get vaccinated against Covid-19

The government and private investors are taking steps to support startups and small and medium-sized businesses negatively affected by the Covid-19 pandemic in Egypt

Egypt and MENA countries should join the UN Convention on International Settlement Agreements resulting from Mediation that comes into force later this year

Courts across the region are stepping up their use of online technology to keep the wheels of justice turning during the Covid-19 crisis with lessons for the Egyptian judicial system, writes Salma El-Nashar

The new tenancy law being discussed in parliament runs the risk of being found unconstitutional should it pass into law

International law is the fruit of cultural and intellectual interaction between civilisations in its search for a world of peace and mutual understanding

Egypt has been making important legislative and other efforts to deal with the problem of illegal migration

As the new year begins, we could all benefit from learning to respect each other more and above all from learning to respect our differences.

Preventing child marriage is a development priority as well as a matter of human rights, with legislation, education and community attitudes all having a role to play

The five million Syrian refugees will doubtless one day return to their homeland after seven years of civil war, but they cannot be forced to do so

Many European Union countries now offer incentives to foreign investors in the form of permanent residency rights or easier requirements for citizenship

Mediation can lead to win-win solutions to business disputes, making countries more attractive to international investors

The Arab world’s first international arbitration authority has been founded after many years of effort

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