Harassment at Darb

20 July-20 August 2012. This exhibition, entitled Harassment, focuses on sexual harassment during the Egyptian revolution.

On display are a series of works among the others by Amira Paree (The Netherlands / Egypt), Anka Gadasevic (Serbia), Dina Abdel-Aziz, Enas Abul Komsan, Enas El-Sediek, Habeeba Sultan, Hagar, Hela Ammar (Tunisia), Khadija Mustafa and Nahla El-Sebaey (Egypt). T

hese artists will try to analyze the origins of harassment, sexual intimidation and violent assaults and to give some concrete answers to these phenomena in Egypt. Egyptian women have changed in the post Mubarak period, but this social problem survive in full force. Like hundreds of other countries around the world, sexual harassment and assault happen every day in Egypt to both Egyptian women as well as to foreign women.

General Info

Address Darb 1718. Kasr Al-Sham' St, Fustat, Old Cairo, behind the Hanging Church & Amr bin Al-Aas Mosque, next to Mar Girgis metro station, Cairo, tel. 012 2192449/ 2361 0511.

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Harassment at Darb

Darb 1718. Kasr Al-Sham' St, Fustat, Old Cairo, behind the Hanging Church & Amr bin Al-Aas Mosque, next to Mar Girgis metro station, Cairo, tel. 012 2192449/ 2361 0511.

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