Judges as reform advocates: a lost battle?
Cairo Papers in Social Science
Cairo Papers in Social Science first appeared in 1977, the year that witnessed the famous bread riots in Egypt. As the journal celebrates its 30th anniversary, Egypt also seems to be at a crossroads, as new forms of protest have been developing with the aim of challenging the existing order and inducing change. This issue includes a collection of papers delivered at Cairo Papers 30th Anniversary Symposium that deal with the different protest groups that have been active in Egypt in the last three decades, including the Kefaya movement, the Negm-Imam phenomenon, the feminist movement, Coptic activism, and the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as workers' protests, rural resistance, and the judges' call for reform. Cairo Papers Vol. 29, No. 2/7
Political and Social Protest in Egypt
Nicholas S. Hopkins
American University in Cairo Press
Cairo Papers in Social Science 29(2&3)
political, protest, social, Egypt, muslim brotherhood, workers, reform, kefaya, Ahmad Fuad Negim, shiekh imam
Maugiron, N. B.
(2008).Judges as reform advocates: a lost battle?. American University in Cairo Press. , 60-84
Maugiron, Nathalie Bernard
Judges as reform advocates: a lost battle?. American University in Cairo Press, 2008.pp. 60-84