The Middle East Institute is proud to present an all-day conference titled “Securing Egypt’s Future.” The event brings together a range of Egyptian and American voices to examine recent political, social, and economic developments with the aim of providing recommendations and solutions for securing a more stable, prosperous, inclusive, and democratic Egypt.
The first panel of the afternoon, “Meeting the Needs of the Egyptian People,” will examine how individuals and institutions can work together to address the key social and economic demands that have driven Egypt’s recent revolutions, namely “bread, freedom, and social justice.” The final panel of the day, “Engaging the International Community,” will examine the steps the international community can take to play a more constructive role in helping Egypt achieve its political, economic, and social goals.
Afternoon Session Schedule:
1:30pm-3:00pm Panel III: Meeting the Needs of the People
Moderated by Robin Wright, USIP-Wilson Center Distinguished Scholar
Hossam Bahgat, Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights
Mirette Mabrouk, Atlantic Council
Jawad Nabulsi, al Nebny Foundation
Diane Singrman, American University
3:00pm-3:15pm Coffee Break
3:15pm-4:45pm Panel IV: Engaging the International Community
Moderated by Michael Hanna, The Century Foundation
Jason Brownlee, University of Texas at Austin
Amy Hawthorne, Atlantic Council
Mohamed Elmenshawy, Middle East Institute
Abdel Monem Said, al Masry al Youm
Please note that separate registration is required for the morning session. A buffet lunch will be served from 12:30pm-1:30pm.