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15 April 2010
EIPR Issues Analytic Study of Sectarian Violence over Last Two Years…53 Incidents in 17 Governorates: 14 Cases of Collective Retribution; 17 Clashes Escalate to Sectarian Violence; 7 Attacks on Churches
On 11 April, the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) issued an analytical study titled “Two Years of Sectarian Violence: What Happened? Where Do We Begin?” The study details the expanding geographic scope and increasing frequency of incidents of sectarian violence over the last two years, as well as the state’s failure to deal with the problem.
 

8 April 2010
Crackdown on April 6 Protests: A Step on the Road to Confiscating the Right of Egyptians to Choose Who Governs Them

4 April 2010
Press Conference Invitation to release EIPR New Study: Sectarian Violence in Two Years: What Have We Learned?

31 March 2010
One Year After Sectarian Attacks on Baha’is in Shuraniya: No Accountability for Inciters or Assailants; No Justice for Displaced Baha’i Families

30 March 2010
Limiting State-Funded Treatment to Six Illnesses Threatens Patients’ Lives...Minister’s Office and Specialized Medical Councils: We Know Nothing About this Decree
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Two Years of Sectarian Violence: What happened? Where do we begin? An Analytical Study of Jan 2008 -Jan 2010

Organ Transplant Legislation: From Trade to Donation
Supplementary Information on Egypt Presented to the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women
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