April 22nd, 2010 by Editor
The coalition of freeing civil work and the united group( lawyers consultants and human rights activists) will hold a seminar entitled
“Towards a balanced executive regulation for NGOs’ law” on Tuesday 27/4/2010 at Pyramiza hotel at 6:00 PM to discuss the proposed amendments of some articles of the executive regulation of NGOs’ law No. 84 /2002 prepared by the Legal Support Unit for NGOs.
This seminar comes in the framework of the project of” Towards a better understanding of the NGOs’ law,” which is implemented by the United Group with the support of the U.S. Agency for International Development. The seminar will include a group of public figures and chairmen of boards of NGOs, and a number of lawyers and journalists, as well as representatives of some embassies and foreign agencies.
During the seminar Mr. Negad Al Boary, lawyer and director of the United Group will put a paper for discussion while Mr. Hafez Abu Seada, chairman of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights will manage the seminar.
It is worth noting that The founding members of the coalition are 10 associations and there are 92 members have joined the coalition , so the total number of members are 102 members (Association / center / institution) in 17 governorates (Cairo, Giza, Qalubia, 6th of October, Helwan, Alexandria Dakahliya, Port Said, Menoufia, Gharbia , Damietta, Beni Suef, Suez, Minya, Ismailia, Assuit, Behira).
6.00 -6.30 Registration
6.30 -7.00 Opening statements
Mr. Nasser Amin – Director of Arab Center for Independence of Judiciary and legal profession.
Mrs. Mona Zulfikar – Member of the National Council for Human Rights.
7.00-7.30 Introduction and background paper on “Towards a balanced executive regulation for NGOs’ law”.
Mr. Negad Al Boary, lawyer
7.30 -8.30 Interventions and discussions
Mr. Hafez Abu Seada, chairman of EOHR
8.30 -9.00 reviewing the final outcomes
9.00 Tea Break
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