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The Egyptian revolution: activist Nadeem Abdel-Gawad reflects on Egypt today
Last year, Nadeem Abdel-Gawad was preparing to graduate from the American University in Cairo. He was also about to return to Tahrir Square for the first anniversary of Egypt’s revolution. “Either we...
Jan 23rd, 2013
Tahrir Square: the making of an Egyptian revolutionist
Nadeem Abdel-Gawad hopes to attend his college graduation in Cairo next month. But that depends on what happens in Tahrir Square this week.
Jan 25th, 2012
Egypt’s revolution, one year later
In Egypt, people who took part in the people's revolution at Tahrir Square feel a mix of freedom and trepidation for the future.
Jan 25th, 2012
What happens when you put an Islamist, a Socialist, a Christian, and a Liberal in an Egyptian garden?
After the Arab Spring revolution, Egypt has struggled to find unity. A management consultant brings together religious and secular Egyptians to discuss their views.
Jan 20th, 2012
Occupy the New Year: Reflections on covering a global movement
From tragedy to community, critique to inspiration, reporting on Occupy for VO yielded hopes for the New Year.
David P. Ball
Dec 27th, 2011
Occupy Wall Street equals Occupy Love for filmmaker Velcrow Ripper
BC-based media activist Velcrow Ripper reflects on the evolution of revolution with Occupy Wall Street in his upcoming doc, Occupy Love.
Dec 20th, 2011
Egyptian film "18 Days" provides insight on Occupy Wall Street movement
The movie "18 days", which screened on Sunday at the Vancouver International Film Festival is about Egypt's miraculous revolution that overthrew dictator Hosni Mubarak. But...
Oct 10th, 2011
After the Egyptian revolution: fears of crime and religious extremism
Vancouver's Egyptian community met at Kerrisdale Arena to ask the question: Where do we go from here? Their answers, in the wake of the revolution, were a mixture of pride and fear.
May 24th, 2011