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The Oldest University in Africa and the Middle East - Cairo University
 
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Origin

The Centre of Public Opinion Research was established in 1982 as a scientific research training advisory unit. It operates under the administration of the Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo University.

Message

Serving the Arabic and Egyptian community based on available resources and continuously cooperating with ministries and organizations that are concerned with addressing the issues of the masses through conducting research and studies and providing scientific counseling on methodological foundations.

Objectives

•         Conducting scientific research and studies on political, economic and social topics related to the Egyptian society.

•         Measuring public opinion towards current vital issues.

•         Exchanging scientific opinions through holding specialized conferences, seminars, and workshops.

•         Developing the job skills of public opinion researchers.

(A) Scientific research and studies:

•         Conducting scientific studies that provide information necessary to support decision making.

•         Studying public opinion issues methodologically and their implications on Egypt and the Middle-East.

•         Studying international political, economic, social and media issues that are important to the Egyptian community.

•         Preparing future studies based on factual data.

(B) Community service

•         Documenting scientific relations with international and regional organizations and unions.

•         Increasing social and cultural awareness and enriching the Arabic library through publishing books and studies.

•         Encouraging and developing scientific research that addresses different Egyptian and Arabic community issues.

(C) Training researchers

•         Encouraging Egyptian and Arab researchers to study the Arab region issues and problems deeply.

•         Organizing relevant training courses for those who work in governmental agencies and organizations.

•         Organizing specialized training courses to train researchers and develop their scientific experiences and skills.   

  

Address: Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo University, mailbox: 12613.

Telephone: (00202) 35675485.

Fax: (00202) 35704933.

Email: pub_opinion@hotmail.com