Shiha’s remarks came in response to a question during a conference on Thursday titled 'Building a Post-Pandemic World...A Comprehensive Approach to Human Rights” about an international statement that criticized human rights situation in Egypt last March.
Radwan explained that ‘politicians never claimed that the human rights situation in Egypt is perfect. Many things needed to be corrected and revised; however, we invite the legislative institutions in the European Union and the United States to visit Egypt to assess the human rights situation based on the concept of human rights in Egypt.’
The ECSS held a conference on Thursday titled 'Building a Post-Pandemic World...A Comprehensive Approach to Human Rights.”
“7 percent of Egyptian wives revealed that they exposed to husband violence physically and verbally during the pandemic," she said.
El-Said added during Human Rights Conference… "Building a Post-Pandemic World" that the global economy witnessed contraction of 3.9% during 2020 due to the repercussion of COVID-19, El-Said stated, noting that the global economy lost around $5.8 trillion during the crisis year.
The conference, titled 'Building a Post-Pandemic World...A Comprehensive Approach to Human Rights,” has been attended by several ministers and representatives of the international bodies.
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
The Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development (ECHRD) condemned Sunday the arbitrary measures taken by Italian authorities against Egyptian activist Mohamed Arafat.
The Egyptian Publishers Association considered the statement a blatant and unacceptable interference in Egypt's internal affairs, adding that it promotes false allegations that are not based on any facts or evidence.
That was during a meeting between the committee and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry as indicated in a statement by the former.
Shoukry indicated that all social and economic considerations should be taken into account when dealing with these issues.
“Such allegations contradict with the guarantees of the independence of the judiciary” in Egypt, the club said, adding “[It is] an unacceptable interference in the work of Egypt’s lofty and independent judiciary.”
The House urged the countries that participated in the statement to “not inaugurate themselves as guardians on Egypt”
“No country can consider itself as an evaluator or arbiter in this regard,” Egypt’s Foreign Ministry continued.
A report released Thursday by the SSCHR to mark the first edition of the International Day of Human Fraternity shed light on Egypt's constitutional and legal framework to support values of human fraternity.
The visit, organized by Egypt’s Interior Ministry, was documented in a five-minute video released by the ministry Tuesday.
The Director of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina Mustafa El-Feki chairs, on December 23, an intellectual meeting organized by the library in Cairo under the title: "Human Rights and Double Standards".
Egypt is committed to the protection and enhancement of human rights, where human rights are at the heart of the state’s development strategy, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said Tuesday.
The Coordination of Parties Youth and Politicians (CPYP) received the Friday European Union resolution on human rights in Egypt with indignation and expresses strong reservations on the false information that lacks context, and thus fails to reflect the reality in Egypt.
The Heliopolis Library will organize on December 19 at 6 p.m. a cultural symposium entitled "Human Rights and the Culture of a Civilized Society".