The Center for Democratic Dialogue Development and Human Rights was founded in April 2004. It is registered under the auspices of the Ministry of Social Affairs as a human rights organization (registration number 5544 for year 2004).
Theorganization''''s structure includes a thirteen member Board of Trustees and eight permanent staff members. Our mission is mainly focusing on the promotion of democracy, good governance and human rights in Egypt through participatory approaches to human development, advocacy, and outreach to and empowerment of the most marginalized and vulnerable communities including women, street children and the Coptic minority. The CDDD was established to contribute to the development b of our community at all levels; politically, socially, economically, educationally, healthily, and culturally.