Local activists Nazli Shahine & Fadia Badrawi fight for women’s rights with The Voice...

Inspired by her predecessors including, Hoda Shaarawi, Nabawiya Moussa, and Ceza Nabarawi, Shafiq dedicated her life to the fight for women’s liberation. On February 19th, 1951 Shafiq fearlessly led a march of 1,500 women to storm the gates of the Egyptian parliament. After hours of raucous protest, Shafiq was finally received inside the office, where the council agreed to consider the issues and demands of Egyptian women.

Ice Cairo: Launching A Green Economy in Egypt

Amid the ailing economy Egypt faces nowadays, Ice Cairo emerges as a green technology hub that creates new opportunities for young entrepreneurs. The hub...

Brilliant Minds: Robots that save men’s lives

Utilization of the robot is no more confined to everyday tasks, such as cleaning and guarding the house or aiding the handicapped. They are...

Go Green

The Shagara team is striving to turn Cairo into a green and environmental friendly city. The streets are crowded; cars are bumper to bumper, and...

Abducted by Cancer

Safeya Abdel Ghaffar shares her personal experience of finding out she has cancer  34-year-old Safeya graduated from the American University in Cairo and has been...

Grab Your Ropes & GO!

MIT, the Middle East’s only “Challenge by Choice” Training CourseBy Linda S. HeardHave you ever wondered whether you were realizing your true potential? Are...

Mind Over Matter

The revolution is just around the corner By Hazem Zohny A bearded 25-year-old sits very still with a robotic hand placed next to him. This man, Mathew...

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