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"Lotus Revolution" broke out on January 25, 2011, calling for "freedom", "development" and "social justice". Demonstrators also protested poverty and unemployment.
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Message From The Director
Washington DC

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the Website of the Egyptian Cultural and Educational Bureau (ECEB) in Washington DC. Our office runs under the auspices of the Ministry of Higher Education in Egypt. Our services and programs are directed to Egyptian students and scholars studying, teaching or conducting research in the United States and to all Americans interested in Egypt's rich history and cultural diversity.

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Egyptian Cultural & Educational Bureau
Washington DC

The Egyptian Cultural & Educational Bureau (a branch office of the Egyptian embassy) located at 1303 New Hampshire Avenue, NW in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Also known as the Guy F. Whiting House (or the Whiting House), the building was constructed in 1889 and is a contributing property to the Dupont Circle Historic District. Past owners of the property include the Brazilian government (former embassy), Bolivian government (former embassy), Bullis School (original location; then known as Bullis Boys' School), National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (headquarters), and the Fleet Reserve Association (headquarters).

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In his June 2009 Cairo speech, President Obama announced his vision for a new direction in the United States’ engagement with the Muslim world, to include support for workforce strengthening and human capacity building through enhanced exchange, training and scholarship programs, as well as through the promotion of science and technology advancements and entrepreneurship. Read more!

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The Egyptian Universities Network (EUN): was founded in 1987 to serve the faculty staff members and the higher education community at large. In 1987, EUN connected the Egyptian universities together. By the year of 1989, EUN was connected to the European Academic and Research Network (EARN) and connected all the Egyptian universities, in addition to some academic, research, governmental institutes as well. Read more!

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