Police officers of an anti-terrorism unit and of French intelligence agency (DGSI) patrol in a street on Wattignies, northern France, after a man was arrested during a French-Belgian anti-terrorist operation on July 5, 2017. PHOTO: AFP
GENEVA – 14 September 2018: The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR)’s seminar titled, ‘Terrorism and Human Rights in Egypt: Compensation for Victims of Terrorism and Qatari support of terrorism,’ has taken off earlier Friday.
Participating in the seminar, which is held on the margins of the 39th Session of the International Council for Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland, are: Hafez Abu Seada, Egyptian human rights activist and Chairman of the (EOHR), Essam Shiha, lawyer and Secretary General of the EOHR, and Salah Salam, member of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR).
Earlier during their visit to Geneva, the EOHR held a seminar titled ‘Forced Disappearance in Egypt’.
The session was chaired by Hafez Abu Seada, Egyptian human rights activist and Chairman of the Egyptian Organization for Human rights (EOHR); panellists included Essam Shiha, Secretary General of the EOHR, Salah Salam, member of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR), Alaa Shalaby, Secretary General of the Arab Organization for Human Rights (AOHR), Tarek Zaghloul, Executive Director at EOHR, and Mohamed Osman, International Relations Coordinator at EOHR.