Past event

Research Event

Human Rights in Egypt Since 2011

Chatham House, London

Middle East and North Africa Programme

Participants

Heba Morayef, Egypt Director, Human Rights Watch

Overview

The unrest that has accompanied Egypt's transition since the 2011 uprising has done little to mitigate ongoing concerns over the safeguarding of human rights. This event will provide an overview of how the debate on human rights in Egypt has evolved over the past two and a half years, from protests against the Mubarak regime through to the ousting of Mohammed Morsi.

The speaker will also address the implications of the violence over the past two months for Egypt's transition.

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL. REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.