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EFU and AAW condemn the killing of Egyptian journalist Mayada Ashraf and Mary Samah George
The Egyptian Feminist Union and the Alliance for Arab Women (AAW) condemn forcefully the killing of Mayada Ashraf, Friday, who worked for the privately owned Al-Dustour newspaper, and the brutal killing of Mary Sameh George. 

Mayada Ashraf, who graduated last year from the Media faculty did not pass 22 years of age, she was an active, brave and courageous journalist, was covering for the past months pro-Muslim brotherhood demonstrations, Fridays was on
Egypts Feminist Union: Universities are a place for ethics not only learning

The Egyptian Feminist Union (efu) declared today that Universities are not only a place for learning but for ethics, and should be saved from incidents of sexual harassment while condemning the latest incident that took place in Cairo University. 

Dr. Hoda Badran delivers “Yes Constitution” document to Minia and Bani Souef governors
Before two weeks of the constitution referendum, Dr, Hoda Badran, the chairperson of the Egyptian Feminist Union, delivers “Yes Constitution” document to the major general Salah El Din Zeyada, Minia governor, who assures his support to the campaign declaring that the voting “block” for women is very important. 
Minia governor discussed with Dr. Hoda Badran the cooperation means of establishing small projects in MInia villages which lead to create job opportunities and crea
Job Vacancy
The Egyptian Feminist Union (EFU) is seeking an experienced database developing company or professional to assist the Union in creating a new database, including both financial and administrative information. The database will also be required to house data regarding the details of NGO members of the EFU, as well as research and publications regarding the status of women in Egypt.
please send CV on efunion2011@yahoo.com
Arab Women Judges: Success Stories
The Egyptian Constitution states that there should be no discrimination of any form between citizens on the basis of gender, ethnicity, language, religion or belief. And the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) – which Egypt has ratified – also stresses the fact that there should be no discrimination against women to hold any position.

In spite of the aforementioned facts, the Alliance for Arab Women (AAW) has discovered in the year
Qalyubia Governorate cooperates with the Alliance for Arab Women in carrying out its projects
His Excellency Chancellor Adli Hussein the governor of Qalyubia approved to provide headquarters for the Alliance for Arab Women in the area of Khanka in order to carry out the services that the Alliance for Arab Women provides in the governorate.

The headquarters has been delivered on January 10, 2010 by the head of the Khanka area to the management staff of the project.
Protocol of cooperation signed with Sawiris Foundation for Social Development
The Alliance for Arab Women represented by the chairperson Dr Hoda Badran and Sawiris Foundation for Social Development represented by Ambassador Mohamed Ibrahim Shaker the Chairman have signed a protocol of cooperation for a new loans project – a grant from Sawiris Foundation for Social Development.
Modification of The Personal Status Law
Salama & Aman project aims at ensuring that women get all their rights ranging from legal rights to their right in a social and financial status that is both adequate and safe. Within this context The Alliance for Arab Women is working towards the modification of article (16) of the Personal Status Law and that is through a round table discussion under the name of "Reviewing the issue of temporary alimony, the reasons behind it being uncovered and the role of the media in spreading soc
The Executive Council of Menya Al Qamh addresses the problems of Beeshet Amer
Within the framework of "The Development of Institutional Capacity and Human Resources in Beeshet Amer" Project which results from the cooperation between the Alliance for Arab Women and Banque Misr Foundation for Development and Community Welfare, a meeting has been held with the Executive Council of Menya Al Qamh in the house of the Mayor on Tuesday 20th of October 2009.The meeting has been headed by Mr Raafat Mohamed Sharaf the vice president of Menya Al Qamh and Mr Kamal Ahmed Rab

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