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Latest in Tag: children
El Warsha organises a variety of activities for both the young and old, including workshops for media and visual arts, movie screenings, art exhibitions, seminars, and designing handcrafted artwork.
Seven minors are detained for more than a month pending investigation
Police arrested 13 young protesters following clashes in Downtown Cairo after the day’s planned marches to Tahrir Square
For attempting to bring down makeshift walls erected by ministry
Police dispersed Friday protests with teargas
The Egyptian Autistic Society will raise awareness for autism in Egypt during the month of April with several activities
Officials claim incidents of violence against students are ‘minor’, while some parents support ‘harmless’ beatings to keep the kids under control
The number of minors arrested since 25 January is at 383 with 111 still in custody, ECCR reports
Human rights organisations reject children’s detention alongside adults
Systematic targeting of civilians results in disproportionate amount of arrested children
Cairo cabbie informs Adel Heine she is not a woman
Egyptian children might not be the geniuses that you claim they are, but they are smart enough not to respect you.
“The children we deprive today of their childhood, will deprive us from their youthful energies in the future” Dr Samar Youssef
Party heads seek boycott but youth to go forward with campaign
For how long are we supposed to live in the Joker’s Gotham? Can we have a Batman please!
A rural rehabilitation centre faces financial and social barriers in its struggle to provide care to disabled children
Six month suspended sentence predictable, says lawyer
The lack of state institutions and the story of Mina and Nabil
Nevertheless, seeing a talented live orchestra is always something to behold, even if your ear is not attuned to the subtleties of classical chamber music and seeing the symphony orchestra play in tune with the story being told was a real treat.
They go barefoot, are always smudgy and have the pleading look down pat, yet their eyes are 80 years old. They turn vicious if you decline their wares and insults and curses, shouted in small, shrill voices, will follow those who say no down the street.
By Nasser Elazazy Dozens of women and their children continued protesting Saturday in front of Al-Refai mosque against the death penalty verdict imposed their husbands and fathers. The 14 men, members of the radical Tawheed and jihad group, were sentenced to death Monday by Ismailia’s criminal court. The sentenced men included eight members who escaped …
Car bomb explodes next to school, kills four and injures six
Egyptian women share their domestic violence experiences with DNE
‘Harassment, arrest, and mistreatment of Palestinian children’ are the main violations outlined in Breaking the Silence 72 page report
Tawasol for Developing Establ Antar is an nongovernmental organization (NGO) which works with children who have dropped out of school. The NGO says it provides around 140 primary school children with a chance to continue education and teaches them sports.
Charity is an integral part of Ramadan and many initiatives spring up leading up to and during the month long celebration. Drives to donate food to those in need to ensure they can break their fast with a proper meal, makeshift restaurants that serve Iftars for free pop up all over town and special events are organised all over the country to enable everyone to contribute freely and participate in this aspect of Ramadan. Over the course of this month we will continue to share with you some of these appeals for generosity.
Israel is in breach of the UN Convention on the Rights of Children by violating the rights of Palestinian children according to report backed by the United Kingdom Foreign Office
NEW YORK: Their names are Chandrika, Hamida, Amod, Madhuri, Maria or Jenny. And as varied as these children’s names are their nationalities: Indian, Bangladeshi, Nepalese, Nicaraguan or North American. What unites them is that they have been made to work as prostitutes and, in the process, have endangered their lives and well-being and seriously compromised …