ECSS issued new report highlighting the most prominent Egyptian stances during the past ten years to enhance respect for rights of Egyptian citizens at different levels and in various age groups.
The Egyptian Center for Thought and Strategic Studies (ECSS) participates for the third time in the World Youth Forum (WYF), which kicks off in its fourth edition in Sharm el-Sheikh on Monday.
The Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS) released Outlook 2022, a yearly publication that is being issued for the fourth time in a row, with the participation of 40 Egyptian and Arab experts and researchers who put forward their outlook for the future of the world, the Middle East, and Egypt on several issues, including superpowers in the international system, regional powers in the Middle East, internal Arab crises, African trends, global terrorism, maritime security, armament, global economy, climate change, Covid-19, and technology advancements.
The ECSS held a conference on Thursday titled 'Building a Post-Pandemic World...A Comprehensive Approach to Human Rights.”
With the participation of five ministers and high-profile international and development organizations, the Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies is organizing a conference on “Human Rights: Building the Post-Pandemic World” on Thursday
Deputy head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) for political affairs Stephanie Williams praised Egypt’s role regarding the Libyan political crises during meeting with with experts of the Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS).
The Egyptian state is now keen on developing Sinai, unlike previous governments who cared for central areas in the country and ignored side parts, said Khaled Okasha, chairman of the ECSS.