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The report also indicates that despite efforts to fight trafficking, such as nationwide data call to courts to gather information and the setup of a national anti-trafficking hotline, “Egypt does not fully comply with the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking.” “Though the government continued to partner with NGOs and international organizations to identify and refer victims to protective services, it identified a smaller number of trafficking victims in 2014, continuing the decrease from the previous reporting period,” the report states.Hundreds of rapists and sex offenders are roaming the streets of Cairo, according to a leading human rights claims.
Together with the demarcation of spaces to which potentially non-conformist and subversive subjectivities and practices were relegated- the poor in the slums-, the new urban order was evident in new performative acts of social life- the choreographies and display of public life in the streets, promenades, parks, and theaters of the metropolis, in its department stores, and hotels.
A panoptic regime, organized along axes of class and gender informed the urban landscape.
The city was now conceived as a space built to be seen and scrutinized by the gaze of the , the male bourgeois prototype strolling around a clean, orderly, and mappable city.
Here, social interactions between the sexes were carefully coded and “domesticated,” and transgression, to a certain extent, condoned and therefore normalized.
Within the new spatial economy of the city, prostitutes became a dense metaphor of civil disorder, at the same time reinforcing and destabilizing social hierarchies and conventions.
The city's metropolitan area is the largest in the Middle East and the Arab world, and 15th-largest in the world, and is associated with ancient Egypt, as the famous Giza pyramid complex and the ancient city of Memphis are located in its geographical area.
Located near the Nile Delta, modern Cairo was founded in 969 CE by Jawhar of the Fatimid dynasty, but the land composing the present-day city was the site of ancient national capitals whose remnants remain visible in parts of Old Cairo.
Syrian refugees who have settled in Egypt are increasingly vulnerable to trafficking, while men and women from South and Southeast Asia, especially Indonesia and Sri Lanka, as well as East Africa are subjected to forced labor in domestic service, construction, cleaning, and begging.
In 2014, Human Rights Watch (HRW) reported that hundreds of refugees from East Africa, mostly Eritrean, had been kidnapped and sold to traffickers in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula between 20, where they were held and tortured until their relatives paid tens of thousands of dollars in ransom money.
Brave: Miss Logan reporting from South Africa in 2002 for British morning news programme GMTV.
She has reported extensively from Iraq and Afghanistan and is now chief foreign correspondent for CBS News 'Part of me feels like it's really insane, but the other part of me made a very considered, rational decision with my teammates,' she told the website before boarding a plane for Cairo where she was attacked just a day later.
The TIP report indicated that since mid-2013, the flow of migrants observed by human rights organisations into Sinai significantly decreased, in part due to an aggressive Egyptian military campaign.