Egypt has affirmed its commitment to fulfill its international obligations related to human rights during the high-level segment of the 52nd session of the Human Rights Council (UNHRC).
Egypt’s Justice Minister Omar Marwan headed for Geneva, Switzerland, on Saturday to lead a high-level delegation to review the fifth periodical report submitted to the United Nations Human Rights Committee (UNHRC), slated for Tuesday and Wednesday.
A number of international experts in artificial intelligence (AI) and human rights, along with international organizations and individuals, called for a unified effort through an international action and legal framework to protect human rights privacy when it comes to adopting AI technologies.
Shiha’s remarks came in response to a question during a conference on Thursday titled 'Building a Post-Pandemic World...A Comprehensive Approach to Human Rights” about an international statement that criticized human rights situation in Egypt last March.
The House urged the countries that participated in the statement to “not inaugurate themselves as guardians on Egypt”
Members of Maat Foundation for Peace, Development and Human Rights are taking part in 41st Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC).
A human rights delegation comprised of two NGOs is expected to participate in the 40th session of the Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva launched on February 27.
Bahraini delegation refutes allegations made by Qatari FM to Human Rights Council
Shourky will also hold multiple meetings with several international organizations, including the World Health Organization and International Telecommunication Union.
A delegation from Qatari Al-Ghufran tribe called on Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples to take serious steps in investigating and documenting the human rights violations committed against the tribe.
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) held Thursday a seminar titled, ‘Qatar: How to protect the Al-Ghufran tribe?’, in Geneva.
A delegation from the Al-Ghufran Tribe, one of the biggest tribes in Qatar, staged a sit-in Wednesday in front of the Broken Chair, to denounce human rights crimes by the Qatari regime.
A delegation from the Al-Ghufran tribe called on the UN to take serious action towards investigating their complaint, submitted Monday, against the Qatari regime’s human rights violations against the tribe.
Al-Ghufran tribe called Tuesday on the UN to take serious action in addressing the complaint submitted by the tribe Monday to the UNHRC office regarding human rights violations by the Qatari regime.
A delegation from the Al-Ghufran Tribe staged a protest Tuesday in front of the United Nations in Geneva to denounce the crimes of the Qatari regime
Mohamed Bin Gazer El-Eerd Wildany, a child from the Al-Ghufran tribe in Qatar, spoke during the a meeting that saw the tribe submitting a complaint to the Office of the UNHRC.
A delegation representing Al-Ghufran tribe, which is subject to systemic discrimination by Qatari authorities, submitted a letter to the UNHR Commissioner office.
The delegation pointed out the fact that Bachelet, who only took office two weeks ago, is new to her position and has many issues to look at prior to make such comments.
Egyptian delegation in Geneva sat down with the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances to discuss the effects of the issue is Egypt and how to best handle it.
“There should be cooperation between countries allowing them to exchange information... and prevent the facilitation of the passage of terrorist leaders.”