The current condition of women’s rights in Egypt in the wake of the Arab Spring was discussed at a conversation with the Egyptian professor Dr. Mervat Hatem, entitled “The Arab Spring and the Quest for Human Dignity as New Frames for the Discussion of Women’s Human Rights in Egypt,” held on June 14, 2014.
“THE ART OF MUSIC AND THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF CONSERVATISM” This conversation was held on June 13, 2014. In this conversation, Yalçın Çetinkaya mentioned the relationship between music, humans and society. He additionally mentioned the movement of universe and the rhythm inherent in this movement and also in [...]
Held by KADEM, the conference titled “Where do Women Stand in the February 28 Process” was an enlightening experience that exposed the status of the February 28 trial, how the process has developed and how we can contribute to this trial.
The ‘Urban Poverty and Family Friendly Strategies for Regeneration’ Conference, hosted by the International Women and Family Association (UKADER), was aimed at bringing together academics, writers, intellectuals, social and cultural leaders, artists, policy makers and local administrators on one platform to discuss strategies for reconsidering the sources of urban poverty, to generate new and effective [...]