Sept 29 Shaimaa Magued on Socio-political Movements in Egypt



The Freeman Center for International Economic Policy sponsors the Global Policy Seminar/Workshop series every other Tuesday.  The sessions are held from 12:45 to
2:00 pm in the Stassen Room (Room 170) of the Humphrey School. The next three
presentations are:

September 29 – Shaimaa Magued on Sociopolitical Movements in Egypt
October 13 – Jodi Sandfort on Global “Hubert”
October 27 – Richard Painter on the Reform of Political Campaign Financing
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The Freeman Center for International Economic Policy, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, presents a Workshop on Global Policy

Dr. Shaimaa Magued

Cairo University
will speak on
Socio-political Movements in Egypt from 2003 until 2013

12:45 - 2:00 pm
Tuesday, September 29
The Stassen Room (Room 170)
Humphrey School, West Bank Campus

Within the framework of Egypt's liberalization process launched in the 2000s, different social movements emerged to contest political stagnation and poor economic conditions. Asking for more political openness, a better distribution of resources, and freedom, many grass-roots movements rallied a wide array of activists and citizens from different backgrounds. This mobilization effort paved the way for the eruption of the massive public uprising of January 25, 2011 leading to Mubarak's demise. The aim of this presentation is to shed light on the role of sociopolitical movements in the pursuit of democracy before and after the revolution.


All are welcome!  Refreshments will be served

Shaimaa Magued is a Carnegie fellow at Humphrey School of Global Affairs, the University of Minnesota during the fall semester of 2015. Working as a Lecturer at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University.


Received a PhD degree from L’Institut d’Etudes Politiques d’Aix (SciencesPo Aix) from France in political Science, International Relations in 2012, a Master in Public policy and Administration from the American University in Cairo (AUC) in 2011 and a master in International Relations from L’Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (SciencesPo Paris) in 2009. Received her BA from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science at Cairo University in 2008.

Awarded Fullbright scholarship “Building Next Scholars’ Generation”, the Turkish Government Scholarship and the French Government Scholarship. Research interests and publications are mainly focused on Middle East Politics, International Relations and Political Islam with a special interest towards Modern Turkey and the Turkish-Arab relations. Worked as a Research Fellow at the Center of Migrations and Refugees Studies, the American University of Cairo (AUC) in 2013, at the French Institute of Anatolian Studies (IFEA) in Istanbul in 2010, the CEDEJ (The Economic, Political and Judicial Documentaries and Studies Center) in Cairo and the National Security Department at the Arab League in Cairo in 2006.
 
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