Information Documents on Violence Against Women in Egypt

Dear All Members of the Network,

Mrs Gehan Abou Zeid, Regional Advisor for UNFPA in Egypt is sharing some informational material with us on the issue of violence against women in Egypt.

You can read or download the US Aid Report, “Egypt Violence Against Women Study”, April 2009:

You can also read a recent global study on “Gender-Sensitive Parliaments, A Global Review of Good Practice which has a chapter on the Arab World by Dr. Gehan Abou Zeid, 2009: UIP-Gender-Sensitive-Parliament

And finally, here is a study from Amnesty International that can be a tool for NGOs or scholars working on violence against women, 2010: “A synthesis of the learning from the stop violence against women campaign

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4 Responses to Information Documents on Violence Against Women in Egypt

  1. Usha Segarra says:

    Thank you for another wonderful post. The place else could anyone get that kind of information in such a perfect method of writing? I have a presentation subsequent week, and I’m at the look for such information.

  2. Ollie says:

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  4. Nice work though I find the title of the study quite offending, as if Egypt is violent against women, which is not precise at all. There are practices that are violent indeed but it is not acceptable to put it in such a title, which does not reflect the whole situation fairly.

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