CIHRS

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CIHRSCairo Institute for Human Rights Studies
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Source: Press statement by Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies in collaboration with the Moroccan Organisation for Human Rights, Center for Human Rights and Democracy Studies- Morocco, and the Darfur Consortium
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The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) triggered the issue back in January 2017, after finding out that an assembly law dating back to Egypt's colonial times and annulled by the parliament in the late 1920s continues to be enforced in courts, resulting in mass sentences in several protest cases.
The global campaign - We Choose Peace - is backed by over 150 organisations including the African Council of Religious Leaders, the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, the Enough Project, FIDH, IKV Pax Christi, the Norwegian Refugee Council, Refugees International, Reporters Without Borders and Secours Catholique and marks the 1st anniversary of independence of South Sudan.
In a statement, the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies said Amr Salah was seized outside his home on Thursday, citing an eyewitness saying he was beaten by four men in civilian clothes who put him into a vehicle with darkened windows.
Founder of the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, Bahey Al-Din Hassan, said in the session that his assets have been frozen along with the assets of other rights activists.
Relocated , the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies outside of Egypt.
The videos were release by the UK based group Aegis Trust but was also re-circulated by the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CHRS) and some Egyptian newspapers.
In their statement, the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, Egyptian Centre for Economic and Social Rights, and other NGOs described the extension of pre-trial detention periods as a "violation against law".
Mohammad Zaree', head of the Egypt Road-Map Program in the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, recalls that in July 2013, Dr.
The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) released a press statement Thursday outlining some of the content of the Human Rights Council's 32nd session dialogue on freedom of assembly and association, during which it presented a statement on 7 June.
The law was criticised by a number of rights NGOs, including the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) and the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR).
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