Combatting injustice from abroad: the diaspora’s role in transitional justice in Egypt

Source: Brookings

Author(s): Ahmed Mefreh

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The Egyptian diaspora community has increasingly become the first line of defense for victims of human rights violations in Egypt. Since a state-led transitional justice process is not possible in the present context of authoritarian rule, the diaspora community plays an important role in documenting and preserving information about crimes and injustices. This information could one day serve as the foundation for a movement toward accountability in Egypt.

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