Haytham Mohamadeen is a lawyer and a labour rights defender, who offers pro-bono legal aid to workers. He is a member of El-Naddim Centre for the Rehabilitation of Victims of Violence, an Egyptian NGO dedicated to combating torture and providing medical and legal aid in support of victims of human rights’ abuses.
At its upcoming 134th session, the United Nations Human Rights Committee will adopt a list of issues on Egypt. This is following Egypt’s submission of its fifth report on Egypt’s implementation of the ICCPR in November 2019. Lawyers for LawyersLees verder
Today, on 20 December 2021 Egypt’s Emergency State Security Misdemeanour Court issued its verdict in Case No. 1228/2021 of Mohamed El-Baqer. Lawyers for Lawyers was informed that Mohamed El-Baqer has been sentenced to 4 years in prison for “spreading falseLees verder
We, the undersigned members of the global legal community, stand in solidarity with Egyptian lawyer Mohamed el-Baqer as he awaits his verdict on baseless criminal charges on December 20, 2021, following years of reprisal by the Egyptian state. We callLees verder
In a letter, Lawyers for Lawyers expresses concern about the the continued detention of the Egyptian lawyer Mohamed El-Baqer. Mr. El Baqer is is a lawyer and human rights defender in Egypt. He is the director of the Adalah CenterLees verder