A regional platform for youth from the Arab region to use digital tools and new media to express themselves in an open and constructive environment.
An international network of volunteer interpreters and translators whose main objective is to cover the interpreting needs of the Social Forums.
Website set up to collect relevant articles and statements, brief biographies of some of the detainees, links to their writings and a calendar of solidarity events in an effort to help friends outside of Egypt work to pressure the government to rein in its crackdown and free political prisoners.
An international initiative against repression in Egypt. Launched on 11 February 2014, the third anniversary of the fall of Mubarak, to publicise the Egypt Solidarity Initiative founding statement and campaign in defence of democratic rights in Egypt.
An independent news site and video series dedicated to showing responses to the economic crisis from around the world.
A campaign to expose the lies of successive governments in Egypt by displaying footage of army and police abuse, and testimonies of protestors.
Independent, progressive journalism.
A research network working towards a new Mediterranean imaginary and strengthening channels of communication and knowledge-sharing between engaged researchers and activists in different countries around the Mediterranean Sea.
A research project hosted by the Orient-Institut Beirut, Cairo office, and funded by the BMBF, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The study examines the use of mass media and social media in the political communication of four Egyptian social movements: 6thof April, Revolutionary Socialists, The Muslim Brotherhood and Salafyo Costa.
Non-profit media collective in Downtown Cairo born out of the explosion of citizen media and cultural activism in Egypt during the revolution.
Nazra for Feminist Studies is a group that aims to build an Egyptian feminist movement, believing that feminism and gender are political and social issues affecting freedom and development in all societies. Nazra aims to mainstream these values in both public and private spheres.
The Campaign to End the Military Trials of Civilians is made up of several active members of the ongoing Egyptian Revolution who believe that ending the military trials of civilians is a key requirement on the road to freedom and democracy.
Group of volunteer men and women who fight against pre-planned forms of gang sexual assault on women during demonstrations in Egypt and provide protection and support in those protest spaces. See also http://interactions.eldis.org/profile/operation-anti-sexual-harassment-opantish.
A web comic in English and Arabic. Qahera is a female, visibly Muslim superhero who combats misogyny and islamophobia amongst other things.
Self-organized, open internet radio. Aims to support the international Movement .. Alternative media represent people demands. (Asda/اصداء means ‘echo’ in Arabic).
Looking at the Revolutions in the Arab World through the Lens of Hip Hop
Brings independent citizen journalism to the square with projections of videos and documentaries.
One World, one Struggle. A platform for discussing issues of struggle and their local conditions and differences, and presenting actions and planning joint activities.
International network of translators for linguistic diversity.
A UK-based research project which investigates transformative justice in post-revolution Egypt and Tunisia. Transformative justice is understood as entailing a shift in focus from the legal to the social and political, and from the state and institutions to communities and everyday concerns.
An independent platform of voluntary translators whose main objective is to raise awareness internationally on the issues of restriction of basic human rights and freedom.
A network of international activists and translators pursuing global change.
Translates, publishes and distributes copyright-free articles in order to promote freedom of the media worldwide
A group of artists who met in Tahrir Square and continue to support the revolution through art.
Wiki Thawra (Lest we forget)
Statistical Database of the Egyptian Revolution.
WMF is composed of a group of women academics, researchers and activists concerned about the negative representations and perceptions of Arab women in the cultural sphere.
A web-series documenting the participation of Women in the Egyptian Revolution. An audio-visual Herstory project, to remind history!