Tunisian street artist eL Seed turned one of Cairo’s slum settlements, Manshiyat Naser, into a stunning work of art.Read More
Abla Fahita, a sassy puppet character, who was previously investigated for ‘spying’ in Egypt, has turned her vicious wit on the country’s autocratic regime and its unrelenting crackdown on freedom of expression.Read More
An Egyptian court sentenced three Coptic Christians to five years in prison for contempt of religion and inciting sectarian strife after they appeared in the video above apparently mocking the cursing style of Muslim preachers.
A 21-year old Moroccan man found an unusual place to keep fit: the rooftops and streets of Morocco’s capital, Rabat.
A group of Tunisian artists and prominent figures are taking part in a campaign launched on social media to call for the cancellation of article 230 of Tunisia's Penal Code, which criminalizes homosexuality.Read More
Fade to Black is a short video produced by two Syrian artists in exile--Amer Albarzawi and Farah Presley. It sums up in one minute how life of ordinary people in the city of Raqqah, the de facto capital of Islamic State, has indeed turned black under the thumb of ISIS.
The Cairo Urban Solidarity Initiative (TADAMUN) encourages citizens to claim their right to the city and its democratic management.
Tadamun’s Planning [in] Justice is a project that aims to collect and analyze data and increase public awareness regarding the absence of spatial justice in the distribution of public resources between different urban areas.
This material was developed by TADAMUN: The Cairo Urban Solidarity Initiative. TADAMUN has given us permission to use the material for a noncommercial purpose, and distribute any modifications under a similar license.