The UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has announced that Egypt made a progress in adult learning and education, noting that the government had cooperated with several civil society organizations and telecommunications' companie
The new law has been praised on many levels including the legislative level, civil society figures, and even those who disagree with the political leadership.
Polling stations nationwide started receiving voters for the second day to cast their ballots in the referendum on the constitutional amendments on Sunday at 9 am.
Parts of an e-mail accusing prominent political figure Khaled Ali of sexual abuse went viral on social media, causing many more consequences than expected.
‘To Build It’, a grassroots movement broadly aiming to support Egypt’s stability and development, kicked off in September to convince Sisi to run for a second term.
Minister of Local Development Hesham el Sherif on Tuesday said Port Said governorate would be completely free of slums by the end of 2017.
Speaking during the session, Social Solidarity Minister Ghada Waly said that about 40,000 NGOs are supposed to be working all over the state.
Every nation does its best to preserve its national security and state order. Major countries have endeavored to take several measures to legalize and regulate NGOs.
The Conference on the Role of Civil Society in Confronting Corruption, was held on Monday to raise people’s awareness about corruption and how to combat it.
Egypt’s newly adopted NGOs law aims to include all organizations under a “single legal umbrella,” and to empower the civil society.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi approved the new NGO law.