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Law in Practice
- Check out the latest article by Cairo Review
- Watch Dean Nabil Fahmy’s Interview for BBC on Egyptian diplomacy
- Check out Dean Nabil Fahmy’s interview with the World Policy Conference (WPC) TV that took place in Abu Dhabi from 1-3 October
- Check out adjunct professor Fady Ramzy’s latest interview for Skynews Arabia about Facebook new Antitrust case
- Congratulations to our adjunct faculty Sarah Seif, on her appointment as an account supervisor at Media Hub (Saadi Gohar) media and advertising agency.
- Watch Hussein Amin’s interview as a guest speaker at Nile TV’s The Daily Debate with Taghreed Hussein.
- The Caravan print issues are back, pick up your copy now.
- To all our GAPP Alumni, we know that you are out there making achievements, publishing articles, and getting rewarded. We strongly encourage you to share with us your achievements or publications so we can share them with the AUC community, send us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Watch Martina Rieker, Director of the Institute for Gender and Women's Studies speaking about Gender Studies Minor.
- Ronnie Close's book, Cairo's Ultras: Resistance and Revolution in Egypt's Football Culture, has been reviewed by Lyton Ncube of University of Johannesburg, South Africa in the journal, Critical Arts.
- Register now for our upcoming Tahrir Dialogue 94: Turkey's Regional Policies. Register here.
- Check out the latest GAPP Public Policy Briefs Issue 15
- Professor, Rasha Abdulla, was featured in a special interview on platform content moderation in the global South for the Columbia Journalism Review's Galley platform. The full interview is featured here.
- In her first column for Al-Shorouk, Nadine El Sayed discussed the sexist commentary female players received at the Olympics from Arabic commentators. El Sayed also published a news feature last week discussing Algeria’s wildfires in the global climate change context. The feature looks at how this summer’s wildfires in Algeria and Tunisia serve as warnings against the potential effects of global warming.
- Two JRMC students were recently shortlisted as finalists in the Broadcast Education Association's (BEA) On-Location Creative Competition for student audio. Read more