Adel Ramadan

Adel is a Senior Legal Officer of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR), an organization that uses research, advocacy and litigation to address rights violations in Egypt. In this role, Adel is involved in exploring areas for strategic litigation, conducting legal research and providing legal assistance to victims of violations. Adel was a PILnet

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The Trap Punishing sexual difference in Egypt

Source: Egyptian Initiative For Personal Rights Author(s): Dalia Abdel Hamid, Ahmed Mahrous, Alaa Farouk, Adel Ramadan Original Link: https://eipr.org/sites/default/files/reports/pdf/the_trap-en.pdf EXECUTIVE SUMMARY In this report, the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, documents a four-year period in which Egyptian police have escalated a targeted crackdown on people whose sexualities...

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Who Enforces Egypt’s Laws?

Source: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy Author(s): Adel Ramadan Original Link: https://timep.org/commentary/who-enforces-egypts-laws/ On May 1, Egyptian Ministry of Interior (MOI) personnel stormed the headquarters of the country’s Syndicate of Journalists and arrested two reporters in an unprecedented move. A sense of anger prevailed among journalists as the union’s general...

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The Menace of Collective Punishment and Lack of Due Diligence in Egypt

Source: The Tahrir Institute For Middle East Policy Author(s): Adel Ramadan Original Link: https://timep.org/commentary/the-menace-of-collective-punishment-and-lack-of-due-diligence-in-egypt/ “As long as murder is committed collectively, punishment is imposed collectively,” Judge Mohammed Nagy Shehata said in a television interview on February 2, 2015 – the day the Giza Criminal Court issued...

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