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Job Vacancy: Finance Assistant

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Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) Location: CIHRS Regional Office, Tunis Starting Date: As Soon As Possible Duties and Responsibilities Keep record of income and expenses. Issues The Closing …

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Job Vacancy: Programs Development Officer

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  Country                  Tunisia Location                Tunis Position                 Programs Development Officer Probable starting date   Immediately Duration                1 year-renewable CV language        EN The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies is seeking a Programs Development officer to …

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Job Vacancy: ARAP Associate

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Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) FULL TIME JOB VACANCY JOB TITLE: ARAP Associate PROGRAM: Arab Regional Advocacy Program (ARAP) LOCATION: Tunisia Objectives Facilitate work flow within the program Ensure …

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JOB VACANCY: Yemen Researcher

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Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) FULL TIME JOB VACANCY JOB TITLE:  Yemen Researcher PROGRAM:  Arab Regional Advocacy Program (ARAP) LOCATION:  Tunisia DURATION:  1 year, with possibility of renewal …

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High commissioner inaugurates the International Human Rights Forum in Morocco, calling for an end to repressive policies that foster fertile environment for terrorists

In Annual Regional Forums, Arab Countries, Human Rights Dissiminatian Program, Human Rights Education Program, Trainings and Workshops by CIHRS

Yesterday, Saturday, November 8, the first international forum for human rights in the Arab world was inaugurated, organized by the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies in concert with the …

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Truth and reconciliation?
Transitional Justice in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia

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Transitional justice is an urgent priority in post-revolutionary Arab states. Tunisia, Egypt and Libya have yet to properly embark on inclusive transitional justice processes to address human rights abuses of the past and heal the deep divides caused by turbulent political transitions, thus paving the way for national reconciliation. The record so far has been mixed, with Tunisia making some progress while Egypt and Libya lag very much behind.