Engy Ayman Ghozlan is a project director for the Making Egypt Safer for Women program of the Egyptian Center for Women's Rights (ECWR). Charged with implementing the center's strategies in their campaign against sexual harassment, Ghozlan has worked with the media to raise awareness of the problem. In this role, she has become the voice and face that many associate with the effort to end sexual harassment on the streets of Egypt.

Ghozlan was born in Cairo in 1985. She graduated from Cairo University in 2007 with a baccalaureate degree in mass communication. Troubled by her silence in response to the sexual harassment that she endured, she decided that action was the solution. This decision led her to ECWR, whose campaign against sexual harassment was already ...

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