Today’s Harvest

Thursday, 22 June, 2017 Ongoing security attack and the arrest of leftist opposition figure Kamal Khalil – The current security attack continued and expanded to include the arrest of leftist Read More

Kamal Khalil.. Singer of the neighborhood

22 June, 2017

Mahmoud Belal* The first thing came to my mind when I learned about the arrest of Kamal Khalil is that I felt as if the entire January Revolution has been Read More

Daily Harvest

21 June, 2017

Cairo: Wednesday, 21 June, 2017 The constitutional court halts the implementation of all judgments concerning Tiran & Sanafir The President of the Supreme Constitutional Court issued a temporary injunction to Read More


Three of the United Nations Special Rapporteurs criticize the Egyptian government for closing 6 public libraries, and express concern about the attack on human rights organizations

19 June, 2017

Cairo: 19 June 2017 The Arabic Network for Human Right Information (ANHRI) today said that three of the United Nations Special Rapporteurs (David Kaye, Special Rapporteur on the promotion and Read More

Rationale of the verdict against Tora Cement workers

18 June, 2017

In conjunction with the start of the appeal hearings of 32 workers* from Tora Cement Company against the 3-year prison sentence (with labor) handed down by Al-Maadi Misdemeanor Court- besides Read More


The Democratic Path in Egypt During May 2017

6 June, 2017

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHR) Lawyers for Democracy Initiative The Democratic Path in Egypt During May 2017 Before we begin The Democratic Path report is a monthly Read More

Question and Answer on the right to strike

5 June, 2017

After Al-Maadi Misdemnour Court sentenced 32 workers from Tora Cement to prison against the backdrop of their legitimate protests denouncing their deteriorating working conditions, ANHRI publishes a series of simplified Read More