The undersigned political parties and NGOs call for the release of Aya Hijazi, her husband Mohammed Hassanein, and their six colleagues ahead of the court’s scheduled verdict on March 23rd. The defendants have been held in provisional detention since 2014 in connection with the Belady Foundation for Street Children case. The defendants’ continued imprisonment on […]
Cairo: 21 March, 2017
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) called for the immediate and unconditional release of prominent human rights defender Ahmed Mansour, and for putting an end to targeting writers, journalists and human rights defenders against the backdrop of their peaceful expression of their views.
“We believe that the arrest of Ahmed Mansour […]
Cairo: 21 March, 2017
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information announced today the release of the second report in 2017 of “Lawyers for Democracy” initiative, which monitors the situation of the democratic path in Egypt during February.
The report has observed no significant change in the closed democratic path, as the targeting of Human Rights Defenders, […]
(Cairo & Beirut, 10 March 2017)
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), Maharat Foundation, and the Gulf Centre for Human Rights (GCHR), in cooperation with IFEX, nominated prominent human rights defender and Blogger Ahmed Mansoor from the United Arab Emirates as the Defender of Human Rights & Freedom of Expression for the month of […]
ANHRI welcomes the Criminal Court ruling reversing the 2-year prison sentence against journalists in a publishing case
Cairo: 9 March, 2017
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) welcomed today, the ruling of Kafr El Sheikh Criminal Court to reverse the two year prison sentence against Al-Wafd newspaper journalists, for allegedly insulting a public official in Kafr El-Sheikh municipality. The decision stated that the lawsuit filed by the secretary-general of Kafr El […]
From public prosecution investigation, to the military judiciary, to freezing, to allegations of losing the case file, to denial 6 years and 4 presidents of absence of justice in the case of cutting off communications during the January Revolution
Cairo 22 February, 2017
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) said today that six years have passed since the cut off of communications during the January 25 Revolution. During this period, four presidents took power, none of them has shown an interest in instilling justice and the rule of law. This establishes the abhorrent […]
the first human rights defender chosen is the Tunisian activist Naziha Rjiba to shed light on her human rights struggle.
(Cairo- Beirut, February 1 2017)
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), Maharat Foundation, and the Gulf Centre for Human Rights, in cooperation with IFEX chose the prominent human rights defender and the brave Tunisian journalist […]
Closed Until Further Notice The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information releases the annual report on The Democratic Path in Egypt 2016
Cairo 31 January, 2017
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information – ANHRI has announced today the release of “Closed Until Further Notice.. The Democratic Path in Egypt 2016”. A report by “Lawyers for Democracy” initiative about the situation of democracy in Egypt throughout 2016. The report monitors and documents the situation of the democratic path […]
Egypt| The decision to add more than 1,500 Egyptian citizens on terrorism lists is against the constitution and undermines the rule of law and fair trial standards
Cairo January 23, 2017
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) said today, that the deicision of Cairo Criminal Court issued on 12 January, adding around 1,500 citizens on terrorism lists, travel bans and anticipation lists, violates the Egyptian constitution and clearly lacks all fair trial standards. ANHRI, whether as a legal institution or in […]
Cairo 15 January, 2016
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI), denounced the blocking of “All Jordan” news website allofjo.net by the Jordanian authorities on Friday, January 13, after the website published a story about the arrest of retired Maj. Gen. Mohammed Otoum.
The news website published a statement yesterday declaring that the website was being […]