Latest in Tag: human rights Highlight
Latest in Tag: human rights
It is noted that the declaration’s articles, which are one of the main guidelines in establishing freedoms in one of the most important documents known to human beings and agreed upon on human rights, has put the right to life at the forefront of the rights that human beings should enjoy.
Egypt’s Supreme Standing Committee for Human Rights (SSCHR) held, on Saturday, the second hearing session with civil society organisations.
Egypt is keen to benefit from international experiences, best practices in human rights: Ambassador Alaa Rushdie
As part of the debate, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Chairperson of the Permanent Supreme Committee for Human Rights Sameh Shoukry met with Muhammad Faiq, President of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR).
Egypt’s Foreign Ministry expresses ‘great surprise and disapproval’ of UN statement signed by 31 countries
The US claims to be founded on human rights and defines itself as a defender of human rights around the world.
The US Congress has stirred up a new whirlwind in bringing up allegations of Egypt’s violations of human rights again.
Country has been involved in horrific torture at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo, without batting an eye, says MP
Organisation’s information based on lies and misinformation, says Al-Asoumi
UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab announced, on Tuesday, a package of measures to help ensure that British organisations are neither complicit in, nor profiting from, the human rights violations in Xinjiang.
Executive Regulations of new NGOs law to be published in Official Gazette soon, says SSCHR Secretary-General Ambassador Gamal El-Din
Representatives from civil society organisations, labour unions attend sessions to provide their views
New US Administration, under Joe Biden, should assess human rights situation based on groups representing Egyptians, rather than groups targeting Egypt
Egypt adopts integrated human rights concept, including right to health, security, education, and social care, said former foreign minister Mohamed El-Oraby
A few days ago, and with flimsy justifications and rumours, lies, and fabricated reports, the European Parliament issued a list that includes, in its entirety, demands from European Union (EU) countries to review their political, economic, and security relations with Egypt.
Assistant minister of foreign affairs for human rights Ahmed Ihab Gamal El-Din said that committee is preparing first draft of national human rights strategy
Statement described EU move as opportunist, clear violation of human rights
Egyptian Parliament called on EU parliament “not to appoint itself as the custodian of Egypt, and to refrain from politicising human rights issues.”
The Ministry said, in a statement on Thursday, that Egypt aspires to a new world that balances between political, civil, economic, social, and cultural rights, without prioritising certain rights over others, or exploiting human rights to achieve narrow political ends.
Those with special needs represent 10.64% of Egypt’s total population
No country is able to promote human rights only through state institutions, it needs partnership with civil society, says Professor Niveen Mossad
UN representative highlights impact on rights to life, work, food, health, medicine amongst other areas
The delegation is also expected to visit four other prisons as part of a long-term inspection programme
Abolishing the death penalty from penal law requires not only political will, but a general will, says Vice-President
UK welcomes steps to address violence against women, supporting women’s empowerment
NHRC elected three states to discuss Egypt’s human rights report during UPR session
The committee claimed during its inspection visit to the New Minya Prisons area on Sunday that some human rights organisations “fabricate lies” about the human rights situation in Egypt.
“International human rights’ handling of Egyptian affairs can only be described as contradicted and subjective,” says SIS
UN ambassador warned of negative impact of climate change on human rights
Despite Okeil’s satisfaction with Law, he expressed concern that Law would not be properly implemented, might be used against NGOs