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Youth: a compass for democratic change

In the time of the Muslim Brotherhood, I met with one of their leaders, who was the secretary general of the Pharmacists Syndicate in one of the governorates adjacent to the capital. I asked him about the reasons for their aggression against the media and the disputes with the judiciary, the police, and the army …

Emad El-Sayed

Part II: Could integration prevent radicalisation of Muslim youth?

The largest mosque umbrella organisation in Germany, the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (known as DITIB), has had its ups and downs since its foundation in 1984 in Germany as a branch of the Turkish Religious Affairs Directorate. While DITIB remains closely interlinked with the Turkish religious authority Diyanet in terms of finance, staff, and organisation, it claims to manage …

Hakim Khatib

Stand Point Conference: A platform teaching youth the difference between online and offline activities

On a warm sunny day at the Greek Campus in downtown Cairo, hundreds of youths gathered to enjoy the weather while learning the methods of improving themselves in marketing, educational methods, recruitment, and advertising at “StandPoint Conference”. Stand Point Conference is a forum that spotlights the pros and cons of the most trending activities happening …

Nada Deyaa’

Youth political participation in Egypt

  A new phase of Egypt’s post 30/6 political proceedings begins today with the parliamentary elections of 2015. Whenever formal political procedure takes place, debate about participation rates and levels of civic engagement becomes more vocal. Since 1952, Egypt has witnessed a very weak formal political procedure that was characterised mainly with the absence of …

Ziad A. Akl