In the framework of “Property Rights” program, the Egyptian Center for Public Policy Studies held a public meeting entitled “Digital registration of lands in Egypt” on Wednesday, 8/November/2017, ECPPS office in Bab El-Louq, Cairo.

The event is one of successive activities of the “Property rights” program which the ECCPS try through them to raise the awareness of the society and the decision makers about the importance of ownership, its effect on the economy and developing legislations which pave the way to achieve this.

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 In the framework of “Property Right” program, the Egyptian Center for Public Policy Studies held a round table entitled “The digital registration of lands in Egypt” on Wednesday, 1st November 2017, at the headquarter of the center at Bab El-louq, Cairo. The round table was held to discuss the policy paper -published by the center -about the problems of registration of lands in Egypt and their negative effects on the economy, discussing the methods of digital registration of lands including all relative data, to time, labor and consuming numerous bureaucratic steps. 

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In the framework of ECPPS' Program "Property right", the Egyptian Center for Public Policy Studies “ECPPS” in cooperation with sports’ profession syndicate held a public meeting entitled “Investments in public sports clubs” on Wednesday, 11/October/2017, at the headquarter of the syndicate, in Ramsees street, to discuss the policy paper published by ECPPS “Privatization and Investments of public sports club” to create effective investments markets in the sports field and focusing on sports industry, converting it into competitor product, aligning with the international trend to develop sports and turning it into economic market working for profit. The speakers were (Mr/ Adel El-Hemeily; the researcher in ECPPS, Professor/ Ayman El-Fawal; the general secretary of sports’ professions syndicate, Mr/ El-Sayed Mosaad Abo El-Regal; the director of the sports’ professions syndicate, and

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Property rights is considered to be one of the most important files that is presented on the current scene in Egypt at the moment, as it contains a lot of topics that contribute towards the constant improvement and betterment of both the social and economic sectors and aid as well in the formation of an improved development framework. Property rights has a lot of forms whether private of public properties, in this paper we are trying to understand the economic impacts that usually take place when we start privatizing sectors of public property, specifically in this paper, public sport clubs, then we try after this to explore the importance of financial investment in the public sports sector In Egypt, as a start to create a legal and economic atmosphere which ensures obtaining the benefits that we expect from it, and to encourage the continuous work towards its development.

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In the framework of ECPPS' Program "Property right", the Egyptian Center for Public Policy Studies “ECPPS” held a round table entitled “Investments in public sports clubs” on Tuesday, 3/October/2017, at the headquarter of the center in Bab El-Louq. The round table was to discuss the policy paper published by “ECPPS” about creating an effective investing market in sports field, focusing on sports industry and converting it to competitive product specially with the international orientation to develop this field into profit economic market. The round table was attended by representatives from; ECPPs, the parliament, political parties and sports clubs including (Mr/ Adel El-Hemaily; the researcher at ECPPS, MP/ Fathy Nada; member in the youth and sports committee at the parliament and head of the sports professions syndicate, MP/ Mahmoud Abd El-Salam El-Dabaa; member in the youth and sports committee at the parliament, MP/ Ashraf Emara; member in the youth and sports committee at the parliament, Professor/ Gamal Mohamed Aly; the former Dean of the faculty of sports education, and Mr/ El-Sayed Mosaad Abo El-Regaal; the former head of the sports bureau and the manager of sports professions syndicate).    The round table is one of successive activities of the “Property right” program which the ECCPS try through them to raise the awareness of the society and the decision makers about the importance of ownership, its effect on the economy and developing legislations which pave the way to achieve this.

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