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September 2009
Joint Report by a Coalition of Egyptian human rights NGOs on the Universal Periodic Review of Egypt
I.  Introduction- This report offers the collective testimony of the Forum for Independent Human Rights NGOs1 on the human rights situation in Egypt. Although the report focuses on the last four years, it relies on the products of nearly a quarter century of human rights advocacy and activism, both on the ground and in the legal arena.
 
September 2009
Challenges Facing Health Expenditure in Egypt
This report presents the proceedings of a roundtable discussion organized by the Health and Human Rights Program of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR) for a group of public-health policy experts to give them the opportunity to exchange views on public and total health expenditure, and its impact on health systems and citizens’ health. Participants explored ways of improving the status quo and guaranteeing citizens’ right to integrated, humane health care.
 
September 2009
NGOs Joint Report on Economic and Social Rights in Egypt
Joint NGO submission to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights on the occasion of the seventh session of the Universal Periodic Review 2010. A selective submission on compliance with economic and social rights obligations.
 
July 2009
Freedom of Religion and Belief in Egypt Quarterly Report, April - June 2009
Report Summary- this report addresses the most significant developments seen in Egypt in the field of freedom of religion and belief in the months of April, May and June of 2009. The report documents six cases of Muslim-Christian sectarian violence that took place in the period under review in the governorates of Giza, Alexandria, Gharbya, Dakahlia, Beni Soueif and Qena.
 
April 2009
Freedom of Religion and Belief in Egypt Quarterly Report, Jan - Mar 2009
Report Summary- this report documents the most significant developments for freedom of religion and belief seen in Egypt in the months of January, February and March 2009.
 
January 2009
Egypt's New Mental Health Bill: A First Step on the Right Path
Introduction- In 2008, the Ministry of Health and Population in Egypt announced that it would submit to Parliament a draft for a new mental health law to replace the existing one, which has been in force since 1944. This legislative initiative provides an important opportunity to discuss the issue of mental health from a human rights perspective.
 
January 2009
Freedom of Religion and Belief in Egypt Quarterly Report, Oct - Dec 2008
This report addresses several of the most significant developments seen in Egypt in the field of freedom of religion and belief in the months of October, November, and December of 2008. The report observes continued sectarian tension and violence all over Egypt and documents cases in the governorates of Cairo, Alexandria, Qalyoubiya, Sharqiya, Kafr al-Sheikh, Minya, and Luxor.
 
October 2008
Freedom of Religion and Belief in Egypt Quarterly Report, Jul - Sept 2008
This Report addresses a number of significant developments seen in Egypt in the field of freedom of religion and belief during the months of July, August, and September of 2008. It documents an expansion in the geographical scope of sectarian violence and tensions, reaching from Shubra al-Kheima in Greater Cairo and the district of Atfih in Giza to Naga' Hamadi in Qena, al-Fashn in Beni Soueif, and Samalut and Mallawi in Minya.
 
July 2008
Freedom of Religion and Belief in Egypt Quarterly Report, April - June 2008
This report provides a brief overview of a number of significant developments for freedom of religion and belief in Egypt during the months of April, May, and June of 2008.
 
April 2008
Freedom of Religion and Belief in Egypt Quarterly Report, Jan - Mar 2008
Introduction- This report provides a brief overview of the most significant developments for freedom of religion and belief in Egypt during the first three months of 2008. It documents new court rulings, legislation and government policies relevant to freedom of religion and belief, as well as instances of religious discrimination and other violations of religious freedom.
 
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