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Post-Revolution, New Egyptian Engineers Move Forward Toward Innovation

Post-Revolution, New Egyptian Engineers Move Forward Toward Innovation

Israa El Taweel / youthjournalism.org Volunteers at the Egyptian Engineering Day By Ghada Abdelhady Reporter Youth Journalism International CAIRO, Egypt – Egyptian Engineering Day. If you haven’t been there, then you have missed a once-a-year chance to be inspired, motivated and more importantly, to connect with minds that know how to create, innovate and give limitlessly. On the other hand, if you have attended as an exhibitor, volunteer or even a visitor. I must infer that you are not the same … Read entire article »

Filed under: Cairo, Egypt, Ghada Abdelhady, Israa El Taweel

Post-Revolution, New Egyptian Engineers Move Forward Toward Innovation

Post-Revolution, New Egyptian Engineers Move Forward Toward Innovation

Israa El Taweel / youthjournalism.org Volunteers at the Egyptian Engineering Day By Ghada Abdelhady Reporter Youth Journalism International CAIRO, Egypt – Egyptian Engineering Day. If you haven’t been there, then you have missed a once-a-year chance to be inspired, motivated and more importantly, to connect with minds that know how to create, innovate and give limitlessly. On the other hand, if you have attended as an exhibitor, volunteer or even a visitor. I must infer that you are not the same … Read entire article »

Filed under: Cairo, Egypt, Ghada Abdelhady, Israa El Taweel

Post-Revolution, New Egyptian Engineers Move Forward Toward Innovation

Post-Revolution, New Egyptian Engineers Move Forward Toward Innovation

Israa El Taweel / youthjournalism.org Volunteers at the Egyptian Engineering Day By Ghada Abdelhady Reporter Youth Journalism International CAIRO, Egypt – Egyptian Engineering Day. If you haven’t been there, then you have missed a once-a-year chance to be inspired, motivated and more importantly, to connect with minds that know how to create, innovate and give limitlessly. On the other hand, if you have attended as an exhibitor, volunteer or even a visitor. I must infer that you are not the same … Read entire article »

Filed under: Cairo, Egypt, Ghada Abdelhady, Israa El Taweel

Post-Revolution, New Egyptian Engineers Move Forward Toward Innovation

Post-Revolution, New Egyptian Engineers Move Forward Toward Innovation

Israa El Taweel / youthjournalism.org Volunteers at the Egyptian Engineering Day By Ghada Abdelhady Reporter Youth Journalism International CAIRO, Egypt – Egyptian Engineering Day. If you haven’t been there, then you have missed a once-a-year chance to be inspired, motivated and more importantly, to connect with minds that know how to create, innovate and give limitlessly. On the other hand, if you have attended as an exhibitor, volunteer or even a visitor. I must infer that you are not the same … Read entire article »

Filed under: Cairo, Egypt, Ghada Abdelhady, Israa El Taweel

From Tahrir To The World, YJI Is On It

Young people celebrating Mubarak’s resignation last winter. Here are the stories YJI reporters have done since the start of the Egyptian revolution and the Arab Spring:  News Analysis: Tens Of Thousands Of Egyptians Protest For Human Rights (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 25, 2011) Inside The Egyptian Revolution (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 29, 2011) Egyptians Pin Hopes On ElBaradei (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Egyptian Protestors Stand Firm (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Background Briefing (Interview of Jessica Elsayd by Pacifica Radio’s Ian Masters on Jan. 30, 2011) Marching In Egypt: A Firsthand Account (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 1, 2011) Reflections On A Day Of Peaceful Protest (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 1, 2011)Egyptian Rutgers Student Has High Hopes For Her Homeland’s Future (By Gokce Yurekli on Feb. 2, 2011)Mubarak’s Thugs Turn On Protesters (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 3, 2011) Larson Calls … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria, Arab Spring, Cairo, Egypt, Tahrir, Tunisia, Youth Journalism International

From Tahrir To The World, YJI Is On It

Young people celebrating Mubarak’s resignation last winter. Here are the stories YJI reporters have done since the start of the Egyptian revolution and the Arab Spring:  News Analysis: Tens Of Thousands Of Egyptians Protest For Human Rights (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 25, 2011) Inside The Egyptian Revolution (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 29, 2011) Egyptians Pin Hopes On ElBaradei (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Egyptian Protestors Stand Firm (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Background Briefing (Interview of Jessica Elsayd by Pacifica Radio’s Ian Masters on Jan. 30, 2011) Marching In Egypt: A Firsthand Account (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 1, 2011) Reflections On A Day Of Peaceful Protest (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 1, 2011)Egyptian Rutgers Student Has High Hopes For Her Homeland’s Future (By Gokce Yurekli on Feb. 2, 2011)Mubarak’s Thugs Turn On Protesters (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 3, 2011) Larson Calls … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria, Arab Spring, Cairo, Egypt, Tahrir, Tunisia, Youth Journalism International

From Tahrir To The World, YJI Is On It

Young people celebrating Mubarak’s resignation last winter. Here are the stories YJI reporters have done since the start of the Egyptian revolution and the Arab Spring:  News Analysis: Tens Of Thousands Of Egyptians Protest For Human Rights (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 25, 2011) Inside The Egyptian Revolution (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 29, 2011) Egyptians Pin Hopes On ElBaradei (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Egyptian Protestors Stand Firm (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Background Briefing (Interview of Jessica Elsayd by Pacifica Radio’s Ian Masters on Jan. 30, 2011) Marching In Egypt: A Firsthand Account (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 1, 2011) Reflections On A Day Of Peaceful Protest (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 1, 2011)Egyptian Rutgers Student Has High Hopes For Her Homeland’s Future (By Gokce Yurekli on Feb. 2, 2011)Mubarak’s Thugs Turn On Protesters (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 3, 2011) Larson Calls … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria, Arab Spring, Cairo, Egypt, Tahrir, Tunisia, Youth Journalism International

From Tahrir To The World, YJI Is On It

From Tahrir To The World, YJI Is On It

Young people celebrating Mubarak’s resignation last winter. Here are the stories YJI reporters have done since the start of the Egyptian revolution and the Arab Spring:  News Analysis: Tens Of Thousands Of Egyptians Protest For Human Rights (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 25, 2011) Inside The Egyptian Revolution (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 29, 2011) Egyptians Pin Hopes On ElBaradei (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Egyptian Protestors Stand Firm (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Background Briefing (Interview of Jessica Elsayd by Pacifica Radio’s … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria, Arab Spring, Cairo, Egypt, Tahrir, Tunisia, Youth Journalism International

From Tahrir To The World, YJI Is On It

Young people celebrating Mubarak’s resignation last winter. Here are the stories YJI reporters have done since the start of the Egyptian revolution and the Arab Spring:  News Analysis: Tens Of Thousands Of Egyptians Protest For Human Rights (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 25, 2011) Inside The Egyptian Revolution (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 29, 2011) Egyptians Pin Hopes On ElBaradei (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Egyptian Protestors Stand Firm (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Background Briefing (Interview of Jessica Elsayd by Pacifica Radio’s Ian Masters on Jan. 30, 2011) Marching In Egypt: A Firsthand Account (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 1, 2011) Reflections On A Day Of Peaceful Protest (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 1, 2011)Egyptian Rutgers Student Has High Hopes For Her Homeland’s Future (By Gokce Yurekli on Feb. 2, 2011)Mubarak’s Thugs Turn On Protesters (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 3, 2011) Larson Calls … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria, Arab Spring, Cairo, Egypt, Tahrir, Tunisia, Youth Journalism International

From Tahrir To The World, YJI Is On It

Young people celebrating Mubarak’s resignation last winter. Here are the stories YJI reporters have done since the start of the Egyptian revolution and the Arab Spring:  News Analysis: Tens Of Thousands Of Egyptians Protest For Human Rights (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 25, 2011) Inside The Egyptian Revolution (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 29, 2011) Egyptians Pin Hopes On ElBaradei (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Egyptian Protestors Stand Firm (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Background Briefing (Interview of Jessica Elsayd by Pacifica Radio’s Ian Masters on Jan. 30, 2011) Marching In Egypt: A Firsthand Account (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 1, 2011) Reflections On A Day Of Peaceful Protest (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 1, 2011)Egyptian Rutgers Student Has High Hopes For Her Homeland’s Future (By Gokce Yurekli on Feb. 2, 2011)Mubarak’s Thugs Turn On Protesters (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 3, 2011) Larson Calls … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria, Arab Spring, Cairo, Egypt, Tahrir, Tunisia, Youth Journalism International

From Tahrir To The World, YJI Is On It

Young people celebrating Mubarak’s resignation last winter. Here are the stories YJI reporters have done since the start of the Egyptian revolution and the Arab Spring:  News Analysis: Tens Of Thousands Of Egyptians Protest For Human Rights (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 25, 2011) Inside The Egyptian Revolution (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 29, 2011) Egyptians Pin Hopes On ElBaradei (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Egyptian Protestors Stand Firm (By Jessica Elsayed on Jan. 30, 2011) Background Briefing (Interview of Jessica Elsayd by Pacifica Radio’s Ian Masters on Jan. 30, 2011) Marching In Egypt: A Firsthand Account (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 1, 2011) Reflections On A Day Of Peaceful Protest (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 1, 2011)Egyptian Rutgers Student Has High Hopes For Her Homeland’s Future (By Gokce Yurekli on Feb. 2, 2011)Mubarak’s Thugs Turn On Protesters (By Jessica Elsayed on Feb. 3, 2011) Larson Calls … Read entire article »

Filed under: Alexandria, Arab Spring, Cairo, Egypt, Tahrir, Tunisia, Youth Journalism International

Egypt’s Revolution Isn’t Over Yet

Egypt’s Revolution Isn’t Over Yet

By Lama Tawakkol Senior Reporter Youth Journalism International CAIRO, Egypt – With the approach of the first year mark of the start of the Egyptian uprising last January, things are heating up and tension is building across the country. Almost a year after the ousting of former President Hosni Mubarak and the assumption of power by the Supreme Council for Armed Forces, Egyptian citizens are far from satisfied. When the military took over, it promised the people parliamentary elections in … Read entire article »

Filed under: Cairo, democracy, Egypt, Jan.25, Lama Tawakkol, protests, revolution, youthjournalism.org

Egypt’s Revolution Isn’t Over Yet

Egypt’s Revolution Isn’t Over Yet

By Lama Tawakkol Senior Reporter Youth Journalism International CAIRO, Egypt – With the approach of the first year mark of the start of the Egyptian uprising last January, things are heating up and tension is building across the country. Almost a year after the ousting of former President Hosni Mubarak and the assumption of power by the Supreme Council for Armed Forces, Egyptian citizens are far from satisfied. When the military took over, it promised the people parliamentary elections in … Read entire article »

Filed under: Cairo, democracy, Egypt, Jan.25, Lama Tawakkol, protests, revolution, youthjournalism.org

Egypt’s Revolution Isn’t Over Yet

Egypt’s Revolution Isn’t Over Yet

By Lama Tawakkol Senior Reporter Youth Journalism International CAIRO, Egypt – With the approach of thefirst year mark of the start of the Egyptian uprising last January, things areheating up and tension is building across the country. Almost a year after the ousting of formerPresident Hosni Mubarak and the assumption of power by the Supreme Council forArmed Forces, Egyptian citizens are far from satisfied. When the military took over, it promisedthe people parliamentary elections in September and presidential elections byDecember. … Read entire article »

Filed under: Cairo, democracy, Egypt, Jan.25, Lama Tawakkol, protests, revolution, youthjournalism.org

Egypt’s Revolution Isn’t Over Yet

Egypt’s Revolution Isn’t Over Yet

By Lama Tawakkol Senior Reporter Youth Journalism International CAIRO, Egypt – With the approach of the first year mark of the start of the Egyptian uprising last January, things are heating up and tension is building across the country. Almost a year after the ousting of former President Hosni Mubarak and the assumption of power by the Supreme Council for Armed Forces, Egyptian citizens are far from satisfied. When the military took over, it promised the people parliamentary elections in … Read entire article »

Filed under: Cairo, democracy, Egypt, Jan.25, Lama Tawakkol, protests, revolution, youthjournalism.org