Rape

Sara Jamal
Rasha Azab faces up to two years imprisonment for speaking out against the alleged sexual abuse of Islam al-Azazi. According to Amnesty International, the Egyptian authorities “have threatened, arbitrarily detained and prosecuted victims, witnesses and activists, who dare report or campaign against sexual violence.”
Eman Adel
Statistics of the Egyptian Ministry of Justice indicate that 35% of women who were deprived of their inheritance were subjected to physical abuse, 15% to extortion, while the remaining 50% were forced to give up their rights due to blackmail or fear for family disputes. 
Tamer Mawafi
Combatting violence against women in Egypt remains an uphill battle. Yet, the success of Storybook, which allows women to anonymously share their experiences, offers a glimmer of hope.
Nour Safieddin
Deleting the video did not come about as the result of a sudden awakening, but rather because of the confrontation between public opinion and the media, so it tried to clear itself after it was put under the fire. It is now necessary for the media to reconsider its role in society.
Mizer Kamal
Stories and tales revealing the horrible facts experienced by many women in a society torn by war, sectarian conflicts, poverty and unemployment.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني