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Emily Dyer’s report, Marginalising Egyptian Women, examines the role the post-Revolution Egyptian government played restricting women’s rights in the public sphere through sexual violence and political marginalisation.
The report’s findings are based on extensive first-hand interviews carried out by the report’s author Emily Dyer during her time in Cairo with leading Muslim Brotherhood politicians, women’s rights activists and NGO workers. The report looks as how Egypt’s first democratically elected government, led by the Muslim Brotherhood’s political wing the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), took steps to impose total control over women in public spaces, and finds that the state played an instrumental role in reversing women’s rights and restricting their roles in society.
Key findings include:
For more information on the exclusive findings of this report, please contact author Emily Dyer at 020 7340 4520 or firstname.lastname@example.org