Egypt’s National Council For Women headed by Maya Morsy honors megastar Mona Zaki for her role in the hit Ramadan series ‘Tahet El Wesaya’
Egypt’s president of the National Council for Women [NCW] Maya Morsy, Said on Monday that Egypt has made tangible progress in 2030 Women's Strategy during the past period.
On the 67th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW67) 1st day, Egypt, the United Nations Population Fund [UNFPA] and UNICEF held an event on the importance of investment frameworks for girls.
Egypt’s candidate to the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) succeeded to earn 126 votes at the UN, ranking 4th among 12 winners out of 23 candidates.
All female judges, who were recently appointed at the State Council, will sit on the judiciary podium with their fellow judges for the first time, marking a historic move by Egypt to empower women with powers and competencies as judges.
Egypt’s National Council for Women [NCW] condemned the crime of fabricating photos of a young woman turning them into seductive ones and blackmailed her online, causing her to commit suicide.
Khalida Bouzar, director of UNDP’s Regional Bureau for Arab States, discussed with President of the Egyptian National Council for Women (NCW) Maya Morsy Egypt’s steps to enshrine women as indispensable partners.
President of the National Council For Women [NCW] Maya Morsy said that ‘Hayah Karima’ is the project that will entirely change and enhance the lives of Egyptian women, men, children, youth and elderly.
Aswan International Women Film Festival to open Nut Forum, honors Maya Morsy on June 25.
Egypt’s Permanent Mission to the UN in Geneva organizes virtual session on ‘Egypt’s efforts to combat violence against women: achievements, challenges and recommendations'
The president’s remarks came in a meeting with Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli and Head of the National Council for Women (NCW) Maya Morsy
The report aims to highlight the strategy’s most important results, showcase detailed achievements and activities implemented under each of its four pillars, since its launch in April 2015 until April 2021.
President of the National Council for Women [NCW] Maya Morsy, expressed her deep appreciation for Egypt's judiciary, and Prosecutor General Hamada El-Sawy after sentencing sexual predator Ahmed Bassam Zaki, who was accused of assaulting eight girls, blackmailing them and using social media to harass them.
A surveillance camera on street revealed Tuesday footage showing Maadi harasser luring a young girl into a residential building, before sexually harassing her inside.
A surveillance camera in a residential building in Maadi district showed a man sexually harassing a girl.
“Breaking the glass ceiling for the Egyptian women in the Supreme Judicial Council and the State Council. A political will that is always and forever fair for the Egyptian woman,” Morsy said in a Facebook post
The National Council for Women issued the second edition of its women policy tracker report that monitors the policies and measures that were taken by the government to contain the spread of Covid-19.
President of the National Council for Women (NCW) Maya Morsy congratulated the survivors of the sexual crimes of Ahmed Bassam Zaki, a man exposed a few months on social media for his assaults, for their redress in a Tuesday court sentence against him.
Egypt’s next parliament which is elected in 2020 to consider being the most representative of women, with total number of 148 female seats, unlike the 2015 parliament, in which the number of female representatives reached only 89 seats.
Egypt’s National Council for Women (NCW) said that they communicated with ‘Mit Ghamr victim of harassment' known as Basant; whom her story went viral on social media platforms during the few past days.