مستقبل برّاق في فرص تكنولوجيا المعلومات والاتصالات لجيل جديد من النساء:
احتفلوا معنا باليوم العالمى للنساء فى تكنولوجيا المعلومات فى أى يوم بدءا من 24 أبريل ولمدة أسبوع من كل عام. يمكنكم الإحتفال باليوم العالمى عن طريق عمل ورش عمل تطوعية لتعليم الفتيات استخدامات تكنولوجيا المعلومات.
International Girls in ICT Day is an opportunity for girls and young women to get an insight into ICT sector to consider ICT careers through open days at ICT institutions, meeting women role models, and even getting “hands on” experience in technology.
These celebrations raise awareness and inspire young girls and women to see technology in a whole new light!
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الباب الأول : تعريفات مادة
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يقصد بالمصطلحات الآتية المعنى المنصوص عليه أمامها :
The new Protest Law that Egypt's interim president has issued includes some draconian measures to suppress protests. While MENGOs finds that a permit must be required to organize protest and the right to peaceful assembly, we strongly object to some of its loose wording that reminds us of the pre-25 January laws. An example Article 7 which states: "Violations of general security, public order, or production are prohibited."
Ahram Online translates the text of Egypt’s new law on protests and demonstrations [not an official translation]
Chapter 1: General rules and definitions
Article 1: Citizens have the right to hold and join public meetings, marches and peaceful protests in accordance with the provisions and regulations of the protest law.
Article 2: A public meeting is any gathering in a public location or place wherein persons may enter or be allowed entry without a personal invitation and whose number is no less than 10, for the aim of discussing or exchanging opinions about a subject of a public nature.
Electoral meetings are considered part of general gatherings in the application of this law when the following conditions are met:
1. That their aim is choosing a candidate or candidates for parliament or hearing their electoral programmes.
2. That it only includes the voters and the candidates or their representatives.
3. That the meeting is held during the period allotted for election campaigning.
By Sabiha Khalil*, member of Coordinating and Follow up Office in SWN