Arab Spring an Interactive Timeline of Middle Eastern Protests from the Guardian (20 Oct. to 12 Dec. 2011)
Cairo protests: an interactive map. Massive demonstrations in Cairo, and other Egyptian cities, after Mubarak's refusal to resign. From the Guardian.
Timeline from ALJazeera: A chronicle of the revolution that ended the three-decade-long presidency of Hosni Mubarak.
BBC News Middle East protests: country by country
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Jadaliyya is the new e-magazine from Arab Studies Institute.
As part of the Egypt Elections Watch, Jadaliyya and Ahram Online will produce articles/posts/profiles on a weekly basis, covering organizations, political parties, coalitions, relevant laws and procedures, and profiles of key individuals related to the Egyptian election
Report on Jadaliyya's Conference on Teaching the Middle East after the Tunisian and Egyptian Revolution
Alakhbar a lebanese newspaper providing in-depth reporting on the uprisings and other news in the region. it also reflect the diverse and dynamic realities that make up the communities undergoing these transformations.
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A United Arab Emirates newspaper telling the story of the region and highlighting the Middle East unrest as seen through the region’s eyes.
"Arab Revolutions and Beyond: Change and Persistence" forthcoming conference taking place in Cairo from 19th to 21st of October 2013
"Audiences, media environments and democratization after the Arab spring" Conference organized by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (February 28-March 1, 2013)
"The Arab Spring: Implications and Opportunities For Canada" Summer Conference held by the Couchiching Institute on Public Affairs. View Sessions and Summaries (August 9-12, 2012)
"To Read and to Write is to Be Already Free" a conference on literature and the Arab Spring held by Libraries Without Borders in Paris (June 24, 2012)
"The Arab Uprisings One Year Later: Examining the Possibilities and Risks" a two days conference orginized by the Middle East Institute at the National University of Singapore. For details check the conference program, invited speakers and abstracts (May 24-25, 2012)
"The Middle East in Revolt: the First Anniversary" a conference organized by The University of Melbourne and Freedom House. Check the conference program. (March 2012)
"Reform and Transitions to Democracy" a two days conference organized by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (January 2012)
"The Arab Spring: Socio-Economic Challenges and the Role of Europe" a conference jointly organized by the National Council for Economics and Labour (CNEL), the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Institute for International Affairs (IAI). For details read the report summary in English. (December 2011)
"City/State/Resistance. Spaces of protest in the Middle East and Mediterranean" a workshop on the 2011 Arab Uprisings organized by the Royal Holloway - University of London. The workshop brought together academics, historians and think-tank members. For more details, download brochure and podcast (December 2011)
"Ways to strengthen the Democratic Transformation of Egypt" a conference held by the Cairo Institute for Human Right Studies in partnership with the Madrid-based think tank FRIDE. for details read the report. (August 2011)
"Democratic Transition Challenges: Egypt in a Comparative Perspective" a two days seminar organized by the Arab Forum for Alternatives (AFA) and the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS). For poster, program and videos, check the Middle East - Arab Spring section on the EUISS home page. (May 2011)
"Addressing the Past, Building the Future: Justice in Times of Transition" an international conference on transitional justice reported on a conference blog set up by the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ). Check the conference program. (April 2011)