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Issuing the 20th annual report of EOHR of 2009 comes in the light of a political environment not different from the previous years. Violations still committed against human rights. They are not restricted to civil and political rights, but also economic rights suffer from flagrant violations...

The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) condemns the kidnapping of some human rights activists before State Council in a clear violation of the right to peaceful assembly and freedom of opinion and expression guaranteed by the international covenants concerned with human rights and Egyptian constitution. ..

by: Editor 2009-3-12
Egyptian Organization For Human Rights (EOHR) issues its report entitled” When will the crime of torture stop?” which deals with monitoring and documenting the reality of torture crime in Egypt. In addition, it deals with the typical cases that have been monitored on torture and ill-treatment inside police stations and places of detention, cases of death resulting from torture, and also documents these cases through the live witnesses contained in the records of investigations and medi..

Hadayek Al-Qobba Misdemeanor Court on 28 / 2 / 2009 (the misdemeanor of giving a false account) issued a verdict in case No. 27375 of 2008 brought by the Health Insurance General Organization against Salah Qabdaya, chairman of board of Al-Ahram newspaper, and Essam Kamil, managing editor, and Ala’ Shabal, a journalist at the newspaper, in absentia. They were sentenced to imprisonment for one month and a bail of 100 L.E. for each of them with a payment of 501 L.E. as temporary repara..

The Egyptian Organization For Human Rights held a workshop in the framework of “The Egyptian Legislative Reform Forum ” supported by the European Union under the tile of “ EOHR Initiative to Reform and Modernize the Legislative System to Conform with the International Covenants for Human Rights “ on 28/6/2008 at 11:00 am in the Bar Association club in Assiut governorate . The workshop included university professors ,judges ,members of the parliament ,representatives of political parti..

Torture in Egypt is no ordinary crime committed by policemen in police stations and prisons. Rather, in the last few years torture has become a practice which must be confronted in order to find effective and rapid solutions to it. It has become a systematic, deliberate and widespread policy implemented by police during interrogations with individuals charged with, or suspected of, offences during the first stages of inquiries in police stations...