“Bread Freedom, Social Justice” is an Egyptian Motto…… Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, and include equal rights and obligations, indeterminate of nationality, dwelling, sex, nationality, color, religion, language, etc. “We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible” (United Nations, 2015). … More The Right to be Human…..
Environmental health is not just another phenomenon in the realm of globalization; it conversely shares worldwide aspect of physical, chemical, and biological ecosystem problems. Environmental health in Egypt is widespread and is affected not only from environmental factors, but also from population growth, and assimilated and acquired effects from outside environments that accumulate, adding to … More It’s not just a lot of HOT air….
Migration and emigration are duel phenomenon that occur in all global societies and play a significant role in Egyptian history and evolution. Ancient Egypt people had migrated together and formed organized societies, where the pharaoh had united the peoples of the Nile, with those living up and downstream into a single empire. During Egypt’s prosperity, … More Egyptian Migation
The idea of inferiority of women is global and manifests itself in many cultural configurations. Gender equality and women/girls empowerment is at the foundation of development, not just for women/girls growth and development, but also for balanced lifestyles, communities and countries socioeconomic, and political advancement. Women/girls have the same abilities as do men but sometimes … More Not just for women….
(a spoken Egyptian blessing) Egypt known as “the gift of the Nile”, gives much reverence to the Nile as their umbilical cord, recognizing the Nile as a major factor to the abundance of Egyptian life in ancient times as well as today. The Nile being the longest river in the world, from its cooling waters … More “May You Always Drink from the Nile”
When discussing religion and politics many would say oil and water do not mix. However, religion does not exist in isolation of other paralleled ordinances, and it shapes our fundamental view of the nature of human life and how it is and should be lived. Religious ordinances were basically the first forms of governance within … More Egypt’s Religion and Politics
Globalization can also be understood in the context as a multi dimensional phenomenon, including interactional processes such as computer technology and the expansion into cyberspace. I think Cha (2013), hit a point when he said, “Globalization processes are not just about linkages, but about interpenetration”. Globalization is a multi-faceted concept and with integration or exchange … More Egypt and beyond….
Neoliberal globalization asserted itself into the world after the Cold War ended in 1991, and took dominance over more conservative political and socioeconomic practices worldwide. Its ideologies were gradually assimilated to reform political and socioeconomic practices due to the inequities mounting and multifaceted challenges and tensions in global capitalism, and manifested disarray worldwide. Neoliberalism (a … More “What in the World”
Globalization provides exchange of ideas, products and culture both internal and external to a nations; it also generates conditions that are conductive to the development of extremist movements, instability and conflict. Many countries have acquiesced to sporadic growth, apathy, inequity and turmoil. This is not unknown to Egyptians, as Egypt struggles with irregular growth, rising … More Aren’t Two Heads Better Than One
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