It’s been a turbulent 2018, with wars raging across the Middle East, Brexit pulling Europe apart and a new world order emerging in the East.
The Global Media Makers initiative highlights inspiring Egyptian film projects in search of a global language audience can all understand
Increasing the role of women in the economy of any country is part of the solution to financial and economic crises, and is critical for economic resilience and inclusive growth.
In conjunction with the launch of Egypt’s second edition of the World Youth Forum terrorists spoil the scene by Christian worshipers on Friday, killing at least seven and wounding another 19 including children
From Geneva, Qatari tribe Al Ghufran calls on the international community to take a stand on the Tamim regime who violated international conventions and treaties through its discriminatory policies against the tribe.
Lifestyle change is not a revolution, but rather a daily active process that is always challenging, especially if you want to transform many things at once.
Rising feminist band Bnt Al-Masarwa works to create a lyrical memory that gives space for individuality and free choice rather than capturing individuals in gender roles.
TEDxKakumaCamp will be the first TEDx event hosted in a refugee camp, with refugees, and also for refugees.
Arab expats share their stories celebrating the holy month in Egypt, fusing some of the most cherished traditions that characterize Ramadan in their countries with those of their new homes.
This is the ninth Ebola outbreak since it was first discovered in DR Congo in 1976
Many mothers choose not to breastfeed a lot of reasons but mainly it is because they do not feel comfortable to breastfeed in public and due to lack of support
Taba’s liberation sends a strong message to the world that Egypt is able to use all means to protect its land and dignity.
Guterres praised the vital role of the CSW to erase stereotypes and fight discrimination limiting women’s and girls’ opportunities.
The 62nd session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW 62) kicks off on Monday, shedding light on actions required by governments and the international community to achieve gender justice, especially for rural women and girls.
This month we shed light on a few inspirational stories of successful women who overcame all challenges to resume their education and become literate
Rural women face multiple forms of discrimination as they have limited access to land and productive resources despite doing most of the household care
The global theme for IWD 2018 is “Women Too: Press on to Progress as Game Changers.”
According to WHO, with the current consumption rate, by 2025 two-thirds of the world’s population may face water shortages.
This is not the first time Djamila Bouhired has visited Egypt and surely not her first time to be honored in the Arab world, and especially in Egypt.
Two generations of Palestinian children are victims of violence and mistreatment. Hopefully, a third generation would have a brighter future.