ANNHRI Concludes Training Session in Sudan

  • 7 months   ago
The Doha-based Arab Network for National Human Rights Institutions (ANNHRI) concluded in Khartoum, Sudan, a foundational training session on introducing the human rights system and establishing national human rights institutions in accordance with the Paris Principles of 93, in partnership with the Sudanese National Human Rights Commission.
In his closing speech, Executive Director of ANNHRI Sultan Hassan Al Jamali expressed pleasure for the large presence and interaction from specialists in various human rights files, adding that the session was characterized by the great diversity of participants from the Sudanese National Human Rights Commission, civil society organizations, governmental and military institutions.
Al Jamali pointed out that ANNHRI began in cooperation with the National Human Rights Commission in Sudan in reviewing its new founding law and making observations on it to amend and harmonize it with the Paris Principles, explaining that ANNHRI will organize training courses to build the capacities of workers in the National Human Rights Commission, activists in the fields of human rights, and media professionals in the next stage.
 
On the sidelines of the training session, Executive Director of ANNHRI Sultan Hassan Al Jamali met with Sudan's Attorney-General Mubarak Osman Mahmoud.
Al Jamali reviewed the most important points regarding the proposed law of the Commission, particularly its independence, broad mandate and the necessary powers to promote and protect human rights, and sought the support of the Public Prosecution in this regard.
Sudan's Attorney-General thanked ANNHRI for its efforts to promote human rights in Sudan, expressing his belief in human rights and that promoting and protecting them is a lofty goal. (QNA)

Source: QNA

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