Egyptian Writers’ Union

The Egyptian Writers’ Union is an Egyptian syndicate that is committed to protecting freedom of thought and expression, encouraging creativity, enriching cultural life, confronting extremism, violence, ugliness, racism and cultural hegemony, and boosting the culture of tolerance. It also aims at enhancing cross-cultural communication and extending bridges of dialogue with world cultures, literatures, unions and writers. Person of Charge: Prof. Dr. Alaa Abdel-Hadi Offical Website: Post Address:  11 “A” Hassan Sabry St., Omar Al Khayam, Zamalek, Giza Governorate Photos of Activities:


Egyptian Society of Comparative Literature

The Egyptian Society of Comparative Literature was founded in 1986 by Dr. Abdel Monem Telema and a group of prominent academics. The recent president is Prof. Dr. Alaa Abdel Hady. Since then it has held many conferences, seminars and cultural events with an aim to promote cross-cultural understanding through comparing world literature and interacting with representatives of different cultures. The Society publishes a biennial journal Muqaranat that comprises research in the field of comparative literature. Person in Charge: Prof. Dr. Alaa Abd Elhady Official Website: Post Address: 337 King Faysal st. 511 Cairo, Egypt