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This report issue No. 29 of LCHR’s Civil Society series. It was issued in order to get acquainted with the situation of male and female peasants from field stories and observations and the study of the conditions of the Meet Sharaf village – Dekerness – Daqahleya. The report used questionnaires to collect information, but basically depended on the history and experiences of the people of the village. The report is divided into the following:..

"I’m not in danger, yes I migrate illegally because the living conditions are difficult here, it is impossible to find solutions ... I’m trying to live, but I always fail ... and in spite of being arrested and facing death, I will not hesitate to try again to achieve my dream to live in Europe, death by drowning at sea is better than living oppressed in this country"..

On Thursday, 12/3/2009 the Land Center for Human Rights has held seminar about the global economic and financial crisis and the Egyptian agriculture "opportunities and challenges" The meeting was attended by 73 participants from the governorates of Giza, 6th of October, Beni Suef, Dakahliya, Monoufia, Fayyoum, Behira, Gharbeya, Menya, Sohag, Qena and Cairo. Among the attendance there were rural civil societies who represented 60%, 20% of farmers, 10% of journalists and 10% of academics..

When the world celebrates Human Rights Day on Monday, December 10, remembering the historic day in 1948 when the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, we must also recognize those still struggling to gain the rights we hold dear...

by: Amanda Craig 2007-10-13
Many of the younger guys, about 22 or 23, generally refused to talk seriously about the political situation. They said it was a pointless, albeit frustrating conversation, and they would rather not spend their nights recapping their daily disappointments...

The Land Center for human Rights issued report No. (57) of the economic and social rights series issued by the center. The report aims to recognize violence against women by monitoring and analyzing the content of Egyptian newspapers during the six months beginning from January until the end of June 2007. ..

by: LCHR 2007-7-25
The Land Center for human Rights issued report No. (56) of the economic and social rights series issued by the center, in view of the continuing worker’s strikes, that Egypt has not witnessed for a long time, protesting the privatization policies, and the failure to cash their dues. The report is about worker’s protests during the first half of 2007...