Published in: North Africa, West AsiaThe Arab digital philanthropy and transparency nexus
The growing digital engagement and online presence of the philanthropic sector in the Arab region is playing a growing role in engaging people philanthropically in a context where personalized ways of giving still have a stronghold.
Published in: HomeA vote of confidence in Egypt’s presidency
The ability of the executive to set a clear and cohesive national agenda that is practical enough to be achieved requires genuine independence and freedom from the politics of parliamentary systems. What is needed is an executive who works with parliament for the people, rather than for parliament simply in the name of the people.
Published in: HomeReflecting the public will in Egypt: between rhetoric and institutionalism
Despite the success of the January 25 Revolution, Tahrir Square at best offers a powerful platform for monologue on some of the most profound democratic challenges the new Egypt faces.