EOHR

(redirected from Egyptian Organization for Human Rights)
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EOHREgyptian Organization for Human Rights
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Example Three: The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights
Former detainees and human rights groups have repeatedly accused Egypt's security services of torturing prisoners, and earlier this year the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights said 13 citizens had been tortured to death between June 2008 and February 2009.
The organizations include the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, the Arab Organization for Human Rights, the African Center for Democracy and Human Rights Studies, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and the International Federation for Human Rights.
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) expressed "deep concern" as the government's deadline for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to register under law No 84 of 2002 passed on 10 November.
"Poverty is a form of elimination and marginalization and affects one's dignity," according to a report released by the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR).
A man walks in front of a banner reading, "Yes to the constitutional amendments, for a better future", with a photo of the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi before the approaching referendum on constitutional amendments in Cairo, Egypt April 16, 201 CAIRO -- 19 April 2019: The National Election Authority gave the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) the permission to send 1600 people to follow up on the referendum held to vote on constitutional amendments, head of the EOHR Hafez Abu Saada said.
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) called for "the quick arrest of the perpetrators and their punishment through the maximum penalty."
"It [the report] also did not refer to the huge steps taken in the field of religious freedom and towards enhancing the principle of citizenship as well as providing economic and social rights to all citizens.," Hafez said, adding "the report did not include references to many of the monitoring mechanisms stipulated by the Constitution and the law for Egyptians to deal with, and verify, any rights violations in a framework of complete independence and transparency and out of pure national interest." On March 7, 2019, the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) held a seminar on terrorism and human rights in Egypt in Geneva, on the sidelines of the 40th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council.
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights issued a statement Wednesday condemning the explosions and calling upon the government to arrest whoever is responsible for them.
FILE -- Church cross against the sky -- Public Domain Pictures/Peter Griffin CAIRO - 5 March 2019: The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, a national non-profit NGO, has announced launching a side event to defend the freedom of religion as "one of the most pressing issues facing various societies in the Middle East and North Africa.
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights condemned the assault of MBC Egypt correspondent Aslam Fathy in a statement Hafez Abou Seada, the organisation's president, called on the Minister of Interior to "confront such crimes and to call for an urgent investigation in this case, as its impossible to have such crimes repeated in a country that have had two revolutions."
"As a member of the National Council for Human Rights and the president of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights, I call on the Egyptian government, other Arab governments and the Arab civil society to support the initiative launched by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights which calls for preserving human rights and fighting extremism and terrorism in the Middle East," Se'da concluded.
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