On May 4th, 2016 , AROC hosted a discussion panel on political economy of wheat in Egypt, and the politicalization of water resources and sustainability of the Nile Basin, as related to Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan. Our featured speakers were
Arab community and allies: Join us in marking the one year anniversary of Egypt’s revolution and honoring all the Arab revolutions of 2011. This is a time for us to be together to reflect on the transformations we have witnessed
Originally posted on en.nomiltrials.com
A letter from Cairo to the Occupy/Decolonize movements & other solidarity movements.
After three decades of living under a dictatorship, Egyptians started a revolution demanding bread, freedom and social justice. After a nearly utopian occupation of
AROC is honored to sign on to the below statement coming directly from organizations and civil society in Gaza.
Article 13 of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights clearly states that:
(1) Everyone has the right to freedom of movement
By:Rami El-Amine and Mostafa Henaway– www.leftturn.org
July 7, 2011
No matter how it unfolds, the Egyptian revolution will go down in the history books as a defining moment in the 21st century. Millions of Egyptians brought down one of the
AROC will be co-hosting ‘Voices from the Arab Meedan: A meeting point between Arab revolutionaries and Bay Area community’ with Meedan (http://news.meedan.net/). What makes this event stand out, is that it is an interactive event, and not a static panel!
Hossam el-Hamalawy, The Electronic Intifada, 2 March 2011
The Egyptian revolution, rather than coming out of the blue on 25 January 2011, is a result of a process that has been brewing over the previous decade — a chain
Today Mubarak has been forced out of presidency. We must continue to stand by the Egyptian people to force out the entire Mubarak regime and usher in a truly popular and democratic leadership. We honor those who have ushered in