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On Madamasr.com, the articles detailing the Shura Council case and the No Military Trails for Civilians movement pierce right to the heart of the issue of inequality in today’s Egypt. 384 more words

Understanding Egypt's Current State

From someone who had just started learning about activism in Egypt, it is a little bit hard to believe that the 2011 revolution’s success only lasted that long. 308 more words

Military court postpones shipyard workers trial until 18 October

Workers from Alexandria Shipyard will be forced to wait another month to find out the verdict in their trial before a military court on charges of “incitement to strike” and “refraining from work”. 217 more words


Special report: How the Alexandria Shipyard workers' defiance of the generals sparked a new solidarity movement

Workers at the Alexandria Shipyard Company have been victimised and dragged before a military court for standing up for their rights at work, but a growing solidarity movement is putting the generals under pressure, … 1,065 more words


From Portsmouth to Piraeus, trade unionists pledge support for the Alexandria Shipyard workers

Leading trade unionists from the port cities of Portsmouth, home to some of the UK’s historic naval dockyards, and Piraeus in Greece are backing the campaign in solidarity with the Alexandria Shipyard workers in the run up to their military court hearing on 18 September. 593 more words