Association’s Name :
Association of the Egyptian
Female Lawyers (AEFL)
13 Sudan St. , Dokki , Giza
web site :
Mrs. Rabha Fathy
AEFL works towards spreading the values of gender
equality, justice, and freedom within Egyptian society, encouraging girls and
ladies to get their political, social and legal rights through achieving the
women to defend their political, legal, and social rights.
awareness of women’s political status and the importance of activating their
role within Egyptian society.
strong front of female lawyers who are qualified and involved in both political
and public life.
awareness of the international conventions and instruments protecting human,
particularly women’s, rights in order to change the culture of the
AEFL’s policies for working
are as follows:
services for women in general and female lawyers in particular within the
Lawyers Syndicate and its branches in five governorates (Giza, Beni Swif,
El-Manya, Qena, and Aswan). These services will ensure women’s freedom from
gender discrimination, regardless of the economic, political, social conditions
that they are living in.
believes in a woman’s right to hold any organizational position, as stated in
their developmental and human rights plans.
work focuses on the principle of transparency for better performance and
permanent success and superiority.
Members of AEFL
General Assembly of AFFL is 96 female members representatives from five
governorates (Giza, Beni Swif, El-Manya, Qena, Aswan).
AEFL has a Board of Directors which includes 9
female members representing five governorates (Giza, Beni Swif, El-Manya, Qena,
Administration of AEFL:
has a guideline of policies and procedures, which organize and guide the
administrative and financial work within the association, the relation between
manger and executive directors, and the relationship between the association
and other organizations.
activities were carried out by AEFL:
membership of the solidarity for African women rights (SOAWR).
A network was
formed in the targeted governorates. This network works through monthly
meetings in the headquarters of the association in Cairo.
legal units for supporting Egyptian women and providing legal assistance in
framework of the project was funded by MAMA Cash institution.
study about sexual harassment in Cairo governorate.
capacities for female candidates to fight last parliamentary election.
brochure entitled “Women Voting is their Voices” to identify women
with the steps of voting during the electorate process.
relationships with governmental and non governmental institutions concerned
with women and family issues.
AEFL comprises a
female lawyer team at a high level of experience and efficiency.