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Another Victory for Freedom of Creativity ..Actor ِAcquitted of Unauthorized Practice

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, ANHRI, and the Association for Freedom of Thought and Expression , AFTE, welcomed the acquittal of the young actor, "Nasser AbdelHafeez" in the case filed against him...

Why is Ahmed Doma held in a high security prison?

  Like thousands of Egyptian young people Ahmed Doma, poet, blogger and media officer of the committee of prisoners of conscience dreamt of a life free of an emergency law, and security persecution of activists....

The Independent Human Rights Organizations Forum Demands The Prosecutor General To Inquire Into The...

  The Independent Human Rights Organizations Forum and the undersigned organizations said that the Prosecutor General has to start serious and impartial investigations in the complaint that a delegation of Egyptian human rights organizations will...

The Egyptian Government Must Intervene Immediately to Save African Hostages in Sinai Terrifying details...

Thirteen Egyptian human rights organizations expressed their distress today about the Egyptian government’s continuing dismissal of reports confirming the detention, torture and rape of hundreds of African hostages in Sinai by human trafficking gangs...

Syria: Shameful Participation of the Syrian “Bar Association” in the Crackdown on Human Rights...

  The undersigned human rights NGOs hereby express full solidarity with prominent lawyer and human rights defender Radeef Mostafa, Head of the Kurdish Committee for Human Rights in Syria- al-Rased - in light of the...

Tunisia: Bullets against Social Protest

The undersigned organizations express their deep concern over the excessive use of force by the Tunisian authorities in dealing with the unceasing protests that have erupted 13 days ago in the state of "Sidi...

Joint statement by 12 Egyptian human rights organizations Let the Massacre in Alexandria Be...

Twelve human rights organizations under the umbrella of the Forum for Independent Egyptian Human Rights Organizations strongly condemn the bombings which took place on New Year's day targeting worshippers leaving Saints Church in Alexandria...

Memo to the Prime Minister Strengthening the pillars of the civil state and achieving...

  Yesterday the Forum for Independent Egyptian Human Rights Organizations submitted a memo to Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif asking that he form a commission under the cabinet to assume the mission of activating constitutional guarantees...

The Forum of Independent Egyptian Human Rights Organizations:The Tunisian Uprising: Lessons in Confronting...

The Forum of  Independent Egyptian Human Rights Organizations values the Tunisian popular uprising, which brought down one of the strongest authoritarian police states in the Arab World through continuous protests over the last five weeks...

Statement by the Forum of Independent Human Rights Organizations| Long Live the Egyptian Popular...

The Forum of Independent Human Rights Organizations congratulates the Egyptian people for their successful revolution and the removal of the dictator Hosni Mubarak, who denied dignity and humanity to Egyptians for three decades. The...