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The Arab Network is enthusiastic about building a bridge of cooperation with all stakeholders in the region

Sultan Bin Hassan Aljamari, Executive Director of the Arab Network for Doha-based National Human Rights Institutions, is a national human rights institution that defends, promotes and protects human rights and freedoms.

In a speech on Monday during the Arab Network’s participation in the Charter Commission debate for Kuwait’s first regular national report, Arjamari builds a bridge of cooperation with all parties in the Arab region. Emphasized the enthusiasm of. Arab Human Rights Commission (Chart Committee) of the Arab League.
Arjamari referred to a memorandum of understanding of the Arab Network with the Commission on Human Rights, which aims to provide mutual support between the Arab Network for National Human Rights Institutions and the Commission on Human Rights in all areas of human rights. .. Experience and best practices, empowering national human rights institutions in the Arab world, working on the provisions of the Arab Charter on Human Rights, submitting parallel reports to the Arab Human Rights Commission, adopting the Arab Charter Human rights as one of the reference materials.
He explained that experience proved that the existence of regional human rights mechanisms has added value alongside international human rights mechanisms, and that regional mechanisms have greater relevance and adhesion to regions and countries. , And the situation of Arab countries that gave a broader perspective for the promotion and protection of human rights in the Arab region, emphasizing working to follow the same working practices with proximity.
He emphasized continued cooperation with the Arab League, especially the Commission on Human Rights, the Commission on Human Rights and the Human Rights Department of the Arab League.



http://www.gulf-times.com/story/706993/Arab-Network-keen-to-build-bridges-of-co-operation The Arab Network is enthusiastic about building a bridge of cooperation with all stakeholders in the region

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