Join a Riveting Discussion with Experts, Lawyers, Activists, and Actors!
Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK (AOHR UK) invites you to participate in a transformative event commemorating the 10th anniversary of the “Rabaa Sit-In” raid in Egypt. Our webinar, titled “Illuminating Justice: A Webinar on Human Rights and Accountability”, aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the human rights violations in Egypt, focusing on the events related to the Rabaa massacre and beyond.
- Hear firsthand accounts and analyses from renowned lawyers, activists, analysts, and actors.
- Engage in critical discussions about the maltreatment in Egypt’s prisons and the ongoing suppression of dissent.
- Learn about the collective punishment tactics affecting countless families, friends, and advocates.
- Be a part of an effort to kindle the flames of justice and pave the way for a brighter, more just future.
The 14th of August is more than just a date. It represents a beacon for those seeking justice, an avenue to shed light on a dark chapter, and a chance to make a difference.
Your Participation Counts!
This is more than a webinar; it’s a clarion call. We’re reaching out not just to inform, but to inspire action. To champion the cause of those who have been silenced. To rally behind a collective mission of accountability and justice.
How to Register?
Email us at: [email protected]
Fill in your details and submit.
You’ll receive a confirmation email with further details.
The echoes of Rabaa still resound, but together
Monday, August 14th
17:30 (UK Time)
12:30 (Washington DC Time)
- Mohamed Jamil – AOHR UK chairman
- Sarah Leah Whitson – Executive Director of Democracy for the Arab World Now (DAWN)
- Rhys Davies – British Lawyer
- Amr Waked- Egyptian Actor
- Sara Flounders – Co-Director of the International Action Center
- Helen Goodman – Former Member of -Parliament of the United Kingdom
- Ramy Shaath – Human Rights Activist
- Prof Abdullah Al-Arian- Associate Professor at Georgetown University Qatar
- Dr Maha Azzam- Head of the Egyptian Revolutionary Council
- Dr Ahmed Ghanem- Political Analyst
- Mohamed Ismail – Director of Egyptians Abroad for Democracy
Moderator: Melissa Turner- Co-Founder and Co-Editor of BeMagazine