Egyptian Streets is Egypt’s leading independent English media organization, providing readers with an alternate depiction of events that occur on Egyptian and Middle Eastern Streets.
Egyptian Streets is part of the growing Streets Network, which to date includes Refugee Streets and Lebanese Streets that were softly launched and trialed in 2016.
Egyptian Streets engages with both readers and the community in order to touch on the issues that have the deepest impacts across the region. Egyptian Streets also serve as an important resource for information about Egypt and the Middle East and is often referenced by mainstream and global media.
By engaging with a wide spectrum of the community – from bloggers, activists, academics, photographers and more – Egyptian Streets offers a compelling, unique and diverse perspective on the region while also building one of the largest and most engaged community of readers.
Egyptian Streets was first founded as a blog in July 2012 by Mohamed Khairat. It was later founded into a media company in March 2014 by founder Mohamed Khairat and co-founders Mostafa Amin and Assem Emam.
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If you would like to leave feedback, ask a question, want to work together, or just want to have a chat, then feel free to contact Egyptian Streets. We are always curious to find out more about the experiences of those who live in Egypt (or have simply visited), and we would be more than happy to help in any way possible. You can email us [email protected] or follow us on Twitter @EgyptianStreets.
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