Working languages:
Arabic to English
English to Arabic
Arabic to French

Ahmed Moustafa

Alexandria, Al Iskandariyah, Egypt
Local time: 22:37 EET (GMT+2)

Native in: Arabic Native in Arabic
Account type Freelancer
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Services Translation, Interpreting, Editing/proofreading, Website localization, MT post-editing, Training, Desktop publishing, Project management
Specializes in:
Advertising / Public RelationsTransport / Transportation / Shipping
Printing & PublishingLaw: Contract(s)
Human ResourcesGovernment / Politics
Education / PedagogyEconomics
Business/Commerce (general)Journalism
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Payment methods accepted Wire transfer, Check, Money order
Experience Years of translation experience: 27. Registered at Jul 2009. Certified PRO certificate(s) N/A
Credentials N/A
Memberships N/A
Software Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word
CV/Resume English (DOC)
About me
Right now I do a couple of tasks, the first, the juridical translation in 3 languages (Arabic, English and French) for several of the biggest legal offices, intellectual property, marine and legal experts in the Arab world as I am an accredited legal translator and I am a member at Egyptian Translators Association ( having my own seal, the second, I do some sort of consulting task concerning doing socio-economic feasibility and budget evaluation for both youth and civil society here in Alexandria and Cairo, translating some reports to National Human Rights Council, not only that but also lead them to the right international funding entities and bodies and of course giving a very specialized training courses for staff-members of civil society and for others in all of communication, presentation and organization skills including and not limited to capacity building, fund raising, administration and management skills, not only that but also, I do economic & political research as well as evaluation and assessment the current status whether locally, regionally or internationally.

I was invited by the Faculty of Commerce (my faculty), Alexandria University, to attend the conference which was held from 5-6 March 2014 under the title of the Prospects of Egyptian African Cooperation that tackled a lot of problems and solution to restore our strong relationship with Africa, whereas I prepared an English report about the conference as follows:-
From 30 Jul – 05 Oct 2013, I was invited by Misagh Cultural Foundation, Tehran, Iran, to conclude a very important documentary research as a presenter of the documentary concerning the activities of the people of Sunna in Iran and whether they are oppressed by government or not, and in this moment the documentary is being watched in Iran and I have several offers from different Arab and Regional TVs to televise such important material to verify the reality and the facts about Iran from Inside, and I think it will help any government or regime worldwide to watch such film to recognize more about Iran from inside in a very neutral manner.

From (20 - 22) May 2013, I was invited by QATAR MOFA to attend for the third consecutive time Doha Forum 13 in Doha, Enriching the Economics of the Middle East, accordingly I have issued my own analytical and assessment report about the forum.

From 26 Jan – 06 Feb 2013, I was invited by the International Assembly for Convergence between Sects to attend an international inter-religious conference, Tehran, Iran, and I and my brother added a new axis concerning the Muslim States Economic Cooperation and how to elaborate it and had an important research concerning “convergence between reality and dreams” that tackled several political religious issues.

From (06-13) Oct 2012, I was invited to attend the 7th International Digital Media Forum and Expo, Tehran, Iran, to present my paper in English concerning the Negative Impact of the Social Media on Religious Societies that tackling sectarian dispute, and whether the reason is the social media or it is a thinking heritage moved to the social media, bearing in mind that I presented the same research in Doha 11th International Inter-Faith Forum in October 2011.

From (20 - 22) May 2012, I was invited by QATAR MOFA to attend for the second consecutive time Doha Forum 13 in Doha, Enriching the Economics of the Middle East, accordingly I have issued my own analytical and assessment report about the forum.

From 26 Jul - 2 Aug 2011, I was invited by the Ministry of Culture of Iran as an Inter-Cultural Conflict Resolution Specialist to visit Tehran within a an Egyptian Distinguished Cultural and Cinema Delegation to facilitate normalizing the relations with Iran through the possible joint cultural affairs between the two big states, whereas I made 5 interviews in Media represented in Alalam, Alkawthar and Almanar TVs in this regard, in addition to meeting both their Excellencies the Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Ali Akbar Salehy and the Minister of Culture Mr. Mohamed Husseiny and proposed having Non-Alignment Youth Conference to be held before the Governmental Non-Alignment States Conference that shall be convened in Kish 2012, whereas the Minister of Foreign Affairs accepted my proposal in this regard.

From 9 - 11 May 2011, I was invited by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Qatar to attend Doha 11th Forum “Enriching the Middle East Economies” and submitting a perfect commentary and criticism on the main issues as a socio-economic researcher and a CODESRIA ( member in this regard.

From 10 - 12 January 2011, I was invited by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Qatar to attend Doha 7th Future Forum “the Role of NGOs, Youth and Private Sector Social Responsibility” in MENA Region that IDRC was the main partner, and submitting a perfect socio-economic commentary on the un-focused important topics in the previous meetings and workshops in this regard.

From 26 Jul - 13 Aug 2010, I was invited as the only Arab socio-economic researcher to attend Democratic Governance Institute held at ( Dakar –Senegal, and submitting my research paper that bears the title of “The Corruption of the World Bank and Its Negative Impact on Egypt”.

From 26 Feb - 03 March 2010, Evaluating and criticizing both the Arab Youth Forum and Arab Reform Forum at Bibliotheca Alexandrina that was dealing with the matter of (Arab Youth Economic Empowerment Forum) and Arab Reform Forum represented in (A New World Is Being Shaped, Where/What is the Arab’s Role?).

From 07-09 Dec 2009, I was invited by our National Council of Human Rights to attend the first Afro-Arab Permanent Forum on Democracy and Human Rights that was convened at the Arab League, Cairo, Egypt.

In March 31st & Apr 1st 2009, Attending launching the Arabic Version of Stockholm Intl Peace Research Center (SIPRI) Year Book at Alexandrina in collaboration with in Sweden and in Lebanon and that was dealing with the matter Peace, Armament, Conflicts and special workshop on Revitalizing the Nuclear Power Treaty.

From 01-03 March 2009, Evaluating and criticizing both the Arab Youth Forum and Arab Reform Forum at Bibliotheca Alexandrina that was dealing with the matter of the Arab World and the Challenges of the Globalization.

In May 2008, I received an invitation by the World Bank to launch and discuss the Global Human Development Report which was held at the National Planning Institute (Ministry of Economy) that focused on youth of MENA region and how we develop them, whereas I did some objective criticism on such report to make it applicable.

In March 2008, Evaluating and criticizing both the Arab Youth Forum and Arab Reform Forum at Bibliotheca Alexandrina that was dealing with the matter of Media and the latest Arab Media Charter 2008.

In Feb 2008, I arranged with my partner at EALCHR a session in respect of raising the public awareness about (Monitoring the Elections) at the American Cultural Center, Alexandria.

In Jan 2008, I was invited by Peace Studies Center at Bibliotheca Alexandrina to participate actively at Euro-Med Dialogue with Gulf Summit whereas they launched the project of the Union for the Mediterranean whereby it contained many points to be discussed in respect of the illegal migration and some human rights issues especially the Democracy.

I had been invited by Anna Lindh Euro-Med Foundation for the Dialogue between cultures in collaboration with Inter-college and CADMOS to attend and to represent my country Egypt in a training course on cultural conflict resolution and project development for youth workers and educators in Nicosia, Cyprus that have been held in between 19-24 Feb 2007, and really we exchanged a lot of experiences through this training course, not only that, but also we have created a lot of ideas or proposals concerning a real cooperation among many of the competent associations or NGOs which actually participated in that important and professional event.

I've organized recently on (Feb. 08th.2007) with the World Bank at the Bibliotheca Alexandrina a workshop comprised a lot of working NGOs here in Alexandria and some international organizations existing in Cairo concerning the launching of the latest World bank report of 2007 that focused on both the next generation and the development, not only that I submitted a commentary as a presentation during this important workshop upon this report, because the main target of these events to raise the youth awareness and creating some sort of network among the NGOs that help youth in society to activate their role more and more, in addition to that giving them the opportunity to be a partner in national youth policy making. (please check my blog here-above)

I'd been invited in November by both World Bank and ILO to attend as a monitor the Egyptian Youth Consulting Group (EYCG) workshop in order to evaluate their mission and to enhance their role in society, this event was sponsored by both the Supreme council of youth and the Ministry of Man-Power.

As a human rights activist and as a youth trainer I've just finished (the Arab Euro Course for Human Rights Education for Trainers – Compass) that belongs to the Euro Commission of Youth, and adopted by the Swedish institute here in Alexandria, kindly know that we were 30 participants representing the civil society in both Europe and the Middle East region, so I'd been granted a certificate for that from the head of youth commission. "The target from that course was to diffuse both the culture and the education of the human rights in our regions as a part of raising the consciousness"

I was responsible as a coordinator consultant for the intercultural religious dialogue in between a formal Swedish youth delegation, and a delegation representing the civil society youth in Alexandria at the Swedish institute on Mar.17th.2006 after the inconvenient caricatures of Denmark after getting the assignment from his Excellency Mr. Jan Hanningsson the Director of this global institute.

As a socio-economic specialist Kindly know that I have my own papers and studies concerning developing the NGOs and the Civil Society in Egypt due the current provisions of the law thereto (Law 84/2002), not only that but also having some studies and papers concerning updating and reforming the judiciary institutions in order to fight the phenomena of lawsuits' delay, activating the role of the family tribunals, and the judiciary authorities due the expectation of amending the law thereto due the coming parliament session, last but not least affecting the role of the Academic Freedom in the Egyptian universities and amending the existed law thereto due the existed parliament session.

I was serving with one of multinational groups VEOLIA ONYX, in the beginning as a responsible for solid waste survey that took place all over the industrial places and zones in Alexandria based on my experience with one of the biggest consultancy environmental companies here in Egypt called Environmental resources management, and as HR Recruitment Reporting & Documentation Specialist. I was responsible for preparing all the documents, assessing the interviewees, translating into Arabic, English plus French, preparing the monthly in & out flow statistics as a documentation specialist, and finally the entire original forms, due to my economic and legal background and my knowledge of labor law and amendments thereto I was one of the committee that formulating the interior regulations policy of the company in Egypt I was assigned to hold the recruitment and I was up to take the title of the HR deputy.

Mr. Ahmed was the head of surveyors of the socio-economic feasibility study for generating electricity plus seawater desalination of the proposed Nuclear Power plant at the site of El Daba’a belongs to Mattrouh governorate in collaboration with “Intel Atomic Energy Agency and Nuclear power plant authority belongs to the Ministry of Electricity” I was a head of 10 specialist researchers over there at the site spending more than 6 months.
Keywords: Arabic, English, legal, maritime, commercial, socio-economic, political, press

Profile last updated
Feb 11, 2015

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