Litigation
ECESR Press Releases Environmental Justice Health Litigation

The government is appealing a court ruling that prevents polluting the Nile with sewage and industrial waste. The Egyptian Center is asking about the reasons (position paper)

While preparations are underway for the “COP27” climate conference, the government is still sticking to its appeal against the ruling.

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Administrative Judiciary obliges Cairo University to return Dr. Shadi Al-Ghazali Harb to his work as an assistant professor of medicine in Al-Qasr Al-Ainy

Yesterday, Tuesday, 19th of July 2022, the Administrative Court of Justice ruled to overturn the negative decision of the President.

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Labor Rights| New case demanding the halt of trade unions elections

On May 23, 2018 ECESR lawyer filed its first case before the labor court after the issuance of the new.

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Commissioners recommend the referral of Police Act to the constitutional court

The Commissioners Authority of the Administrative Court issued a legal recommendation to hold a case filed by ECESR lawyers appealing.

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ECESR Receives New Rulings Compensating Arbitrarily Fired Workers

The Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights (ECESR) received two ruling compensating arbitrarily fired workers., the lawyers demanded a.

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Labor Rights | ECESR Receives New Rulings Compensating Arbitrarily Fired Workers

The Egyptian Center for Economic and Social Rights (ECESR) received two new ruling compensating arbitrarily fired workers. This is a.

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Corrupt Contracts Law before the constitutional court

On June 10, 2018, The Commissioners Authority of the Supreme Constitutional Court reviewed appeal No. 120 the constitutional judiciary year 36, presented by ECESR lawyers, advocated.

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