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On the occasion of the celebration of International Human Rights Day: Maryam Al-Attiyah: The world will emerge from the implications […]

On the occasion of the celebration of International Human Rights Day: Maryam Al-Attiyah:

The world will emerge from the implications of the Coronavirus pandemic, with concerted efforts to promote human rights.

Millions of people worldwide have lost their access to the right to health and work due to the outbreak of the Corona epidemic.

An interactive seminar is organized by the NHRC on “ways to develop human rights mechanisms in light of the Coronavirus pandemic and beyond”.

We celebrate International Human Rights Day with great optimism that the world will soon emerge from this crisis

Doha, December 9, 2020

Ms. Maryam Bint Abdullah Al-Attiyah, Secretary-General of the National Human Rights Committee called for the necessity of concerting efforts of the government, institutions and various groups of Qatari society in order to promote human rights and overcome the negative impact of the Coronavirus pandemic, praising at the same time the efforts made by the State of Qatar to preserve The basic rights of citizens and residents, especially the right to health and work, that have been denied due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 epidemic, which has caused millions of people to their most basic rights.

In a statement on the occasion of the celebration of International Human Rights Day, which falls on December 10 of each year, the Secretary-General of the NHRC said: “We celebrate the International Human Rights Day with great optimism that the world will emerge from the crisis soon. Al-Attiyah added: “The selection by the High Commissioner for Human Rights of the slogan“ Building back better ”sends a message of optimism to the world, with a real will to join global efforts, in order to address the negative impacts and implications of the outbreak of the Coronavirus epidemic. We, the National Human Rights Committee, call on the various actors of the Qatari community to join efforts to respond to this call, and to work collectively to rebuild what the epidemic caused, and to reinforce the state’s keenness to preserve the basic rights of citizens and residents, foremost among which is the right to health and work, pointing out that “the NHRC Commemoration of the International Human Rights Day also aim to promote the slogan of the International Human Rights Day (rebuilding better).”

Al Attiyah stated that the NHRC has organized an online seminar on December 14, which deals with discussion “ways to develop human rights mechanisms in light of the Coronavirus pandemic and beyond.” On the other hand, the Secretary-General affirmed that “celebrating International Human Rights Day is an occasion to examine the achievements made by the State of Qatar to promote human rights in the Qatari society, referring to the legislations issued by the State of Qatar to promote the rights of citizens and residents of Qatar, Including the laws concerned with improving work and residency conditions for expatriates. Al Attiyah recalled that the National Human Rights Committee welcomed the issuance of Law No. (17) of 2020 issued by His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of Qatar, regarding determining the minimum wage for workers and domestic workers, in addition to Decree Law No. (19) for the year 2020 amending the provisions of Law No. (21) of 2015 regulating the entry, exit and residency of expatriates, which is a milestone in the history of the reality of employment in the region, so that the State of Qatar takes the lead in adopting the non-discriminatory minimum wage in the region. In addition, the state of Qatar acceded to many international agreements and conventions, including the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic and Social Rights, which has reflected positively on the strategies, policies and national laws of the State of Qatar.

Al-Attiyah noted that the State of Qatar has demonstrated its concern for promoting human rights through a series of laws and legislation, which comes in line with and implementation of the Qatar National Vision 2030. It should be noted that the annual celebration of International Human Rights Day on December 10 of each year comes to commemorate the day on which the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the year 1948. The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights affirmed that its choice of the slogan “Build Back Better” for the annual celebrations of International Human Rights Day reflects its commitment to human rights and the achievement of sustainable development goals. It also means addressing inequalities within and between countries; Establishing comprehensive health and social protection systems; Addressing environmental degradation; Institutional strengthening; Addressing the structural human rights violations that worsened the Covid-19 outbreak, in addition to urgently addressing the climate emergency and creating a just, inclusive and equal world, and thus more resilient and ready to face future crises.

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Dr. Al-Marri: All humankind is tasked with enhancing the global response to the threat of climate change A call to […]

Dr. Al-Marri: All humankind is tasked with enhancing the global response to the threat of climate change

A call to integrate climate change and environmental approaches into NHRI complaint systems

Doha: December 5, 2020

Dr. Ali bin Smaikh Al-Marri, Vice President and Secretary-General of the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions called on taking decisive action to mitigate the impact of climate change as well as building capacities, noting that the phenomenon of climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing the world today.

Al Marri explained that The National Human Rights Committee plays an important role in monitoring the state’s implementation of the Paris Climate Agreement, which was ratified by the state on June 23, 2017, where the State of Qatar was one of the first signatories. Through monitoring, the committee makes recommendations and proposals for developing climate policies based on a human rights approach.

Al Marri pointed out that Environmental sustainability has become a dominant issue at the public and private sectors in the State of Qatar over the past few years. New initiatives have been launched in several companies. One of the best practices is the first Clean Development Mechanism Project introduced by the state of Qatar in 2007, “the Al-Shaheen Oil Field Gas Recovery and Utilization Project”, noting that The National Human Rights Committee has monitored some companies made substantial investments in replacing old turbines, boilers and furnaces to reduce greenhouse and non-greenhouse gas emissions and get rid of wastewater. However, these initiatives were indiscriminate and lack coherence, which is why the committee presented in its annual reports recommendations to decision makers to compile and strengthen these initiatives by expediting the enactment of new regulations and establishing a strong support system for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and large manufacturing firms while ensuring commitment to transparency and accountability.

Al Marri concluded that The National Human Rights Committee is committed to continue work actively towards developing a comprehensive climate policy based on a human rights approach to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the industrial sector. In the same context, The committee plans to develop programs to disseminate information and education of the Paris Agreement for all segments of society, and to achieve a common vision on climate change and human rights, in order to help implement this agreement and achieve the state’s obligation on stabilization of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that allow ecosystems to adapt naturally to climate change to ensure that food production is not threatened and to enable economic development to proceed in a sustainable manner towards the objective of the Paris agreement.

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Al-Marri:Due importance must be given to national institutions to become actors in formulating public policies Governments must be transparent and […]

Al-Marri:Due importance must be given to national institutions to become actors in formulating public policies

Governments must be transparent and accountable in their response to the Coronavirus pandemic

We should ensure that any measures taken, even in emergency situations, are lawful and non-discriminatory

London: December 6, 2020

Al Marri stated that Climate change and its impacts are one of the greatest challenges of the day, directly and indirectly impacting on the full enjoyment of human rights, including social, economic and cultural rights as well as civil and political rights, the right to development and the right to a healthy environment. We recognize the importance of protecting the environment and biodiversity for present and future generations and that protecting the environment and biodiversity means taking care of water, air, land, animals and plants. We are concerned that climate change disproportionately affects the most vulnerable reinforcing existing disparities and creating new economic and social inequalities. Moreover, we are concerned that the policy measures taken to combat, mitigate, and adapt to climate change may not be sufficient to reduce negative impacts on human rights, but might even exacerbate the situation for the most vulnerable people, if not developed and implemented based on human rights and environmental laws and standards.

This came during his intervention at the annual meeting of the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions, on the first day on “Implementing the Functions of National Human Rights Institutions in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Knowledge Sharing”.

Al Marri added a human rights-based approach leads to more sustainable and effective climate action and climate policies. We call on our states to ratify and implement international and regional human rights treaties, taking into account the recommendations and guidance from the UN Human Rights Council, UN Special Procedures and UN Treaty Bodies. We welcome that to date 194 States have signed and 189 are now Parties to the Paris Agreement, and call on all states to implement its provisions. The Paris Agreement is a significant step for the promotion of human rights-based and people-centered climate action as it explicitly refers to States’ obligation to respect, promote and consider human rights protection when taking action to address climate change. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is directed to all countries and can help to foster the meaningful implementation of the Paris Agreement.

Al Marri pointed out that We recognize the need for climate justice for all and in particular those communities that are most vulnerable and susceptible to the impacts of climate change and environmental degradation. Climate justice means addressing the climate crisis with a human rights-based approach whilst also making progress towards a just transition to a zero-carbon economy. It ensures that decisions on climate change are participatory, non-discriminatory, transparent and accountable and that benefits and burden of climate action are shared equitably. Climate justice requires that those most affected by climate change have access to effective remedies, including financial support. Efforts to address climate change must leave no one behind.

As for the national policies and relevant commitments, Al Marri said We commit to contributing to climate action efforts in line with human rights obligations and principles of non-discrimination and participation, by reporting to and advising government bodies as well as other stakeholders on a human rights-based approach to climate mitigation and adaptation measures. Moreover, We will promote and monitor the conduct of sound environmental, social and human rights risk and impact assessments prior to commencement of projects and the adoption of policy measures related to climate change and the environment. In addition, We will ensure that human rights-based approach towards sustainable and effective climate action integrate the expertise of local communities and traditional knowledge of indigenous peoples. Moreover, a human rights-based approach to climate actions require meaningful, effective and active participation of all relevant stakeholders in the designing and implementation of national, regional and international climate policies, an objective that we will promote in all relevant policy fora. We also commit to integrating climate change and environmental perspective into our investigation of complaints and base our advocacy and policy advice on our findings. In addition, we commit to supporting rights-holders who are negatively impacted by either climate change or measures taken to address the impacts of climate change in order to facilitate effective access to remedy.

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The National Human Rights Committee of the State of Qatar welcomes the second decision of the office of communications of […]

The National Human Rights Committee of the State of Qatar welcomes the second decision of the office of communications of the United Kingdom “Ofcom” to condemn Abu Dhabi TV channel for broadcasting a television interview that was recorded in the form of alleged confessions by Dr. Mahmoud Al-Jaida (Qatari citizen), during his arbitrary detention in Abu Dhabi prisons in 2013.

The decision stated that on June 28, 2017, Abu Dhabi TV channel, affiliated with the Abu Dhabi Media Company P.J.S.C “ADMC” and licensed by “Ofcom”, aired a recorded interview under the title “Confessions by a Qatari intelligence agent tarnishing the reputation of the UAE”. The decision considered that broadcasting the interview against the will of Dr. Al-Jaidah, who was tortured and ill-treated in prison, constitutes a grave breach of the principles of fairness and privacy set out in the Ofcom Broadcasting Code. The decision also provided for imposing legal sanctions on the channel for its serious violation of articles (7.1 and 8.1) of the Ofcom Broadcasting Code. Ofcom will determine the kinds of sanctions it will impose against Abu Dhabi channel in the coming weeks.

The National Human Rights Committee considers this decision, which was issued in less than a month after the first decision, an unequivocal condemnation of the systematic and grave violations committed by Abu Dhabi Channel and the UAE authorities of the fundamental principles and norms of human rights.

This second decision shows the low level of observance of Media ethics by the state-run Abu Dhabi Channel that has been used by the Emirati authorities as a tool to cover up human rights violations, tarnish the reputation of Qatari citizens, and make false imputations and incite violence against them.

Furthermore, this decision leaves no doubt about the involvement of the state-run Abu Dhabi Channel in these practices; it constitutes a legal basis to prosecute and bring to justice those satellite channels of the blockading countries that violate human rights conventions and Journalism ethics and standards. It also makes the condemnation of the state-owned Abu Dhabi Channel an example of impunity.

Over the years of the blockade, the National Human Rights Committee monitored and documented all violations by the media of the blockading countries and undertake to move forward with the prosecution of those media that threaten peace and stability, spread hate speech and disseminate racism against citizens and residents of the State of Qatar.

8 Rabi` Al-Akhar, 1442
23 November 2020, Monday
Doha, Qatar

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Doha: November 17, 2020 Dr. Muhammad bin Saif Al-Kuwari, Vice President of the National Human Rights Committee, said: The nature […]

Doha: November 17, 2020

Dr. Muhammad bin Saif Al-Kuwari, Vice President of the National Human Rights Committee, said: The nature of the crisis during the Corona pandemic prompted us to speed up our administrative procedures and be more sensitive to the needs of petitioners, noting that among the lessons learned from the Coronavirus pandemic is the development of electronic mechanisms for submitting complaints and documents by complainants, improving response mechanisms and time limits to examine complaints and finding solutions to them, and informing complainants of developments and requirements for resolving them. This came during the speech delivered by Dr. Muhammad Saif Al-Kuwari on the experience of the National Human Rights Committee in protecting human rights during the Coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) at the the 4th international Conference dedicated to the topic of “Protection of human rights in Eurasia: exchange of best practices by ombudsmen” which was organized by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova. Dr. Al-Kuwari added that another lesson we learned during this epidemic is to know how important is community offices at the headquarters of the National Human Rights Committee, pointing out that These offices, which are staffed by volunteers from representatives of the communities, have proven their effectiveness in reaching vulnerable groups, and have shown a great deal of credibility with regard to the information provided to the committee. Al Kuwari pointed out that the National Human Rights Committee is currently working to improve the work of these offices by enhancing interaction with representatives of the communities, providing more capacity-building and training services, and establishing new mechanisms to enable the offices to work more effectively. Dr. Al Kuwari explained that the National Human Rights Committee monitors the human rights situation during the challenges in the circumstances of the emerging Coronavirus crisis, and makes recommendations to the competent authorities. Al-Kuwari said: The National Human Rights Committee continues to follow all developments related to the humanitarian implication of this epidemic. “We have taken into account several key concerns, including the protection of the most vulnerable groups such as low-paid workers, domestic workers and detainees, to guarantee the right to health for all without discrimination, as well as to ensure the promotion of the right to information. At the same time, the National Human Rights Committee has taken several measures to continue its role as a non-judicial mechanism for remedies and grievances during the current health crisis, in addition to its endeavor to communicate with governmental and non-governmental bodies to face challenges and assist petitioners” Al Kuwari said.

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November 15, 2020 The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) has launched the educational awareness campaign that it organizes to protect […]

November 15, 2020

The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) has launched the educational awareness campaign that it organizes to protect school students in their various primary, preparatory, and secondary educational stages from the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid-19). Abdullah Ali Al-Mahmoud, head of the Public Relations and Media Unit of the Committee, explained that the health safety campaign in schools came In pursuit of its efforts in the framework of preventing the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) among male and female students, especially after adopting the blended education policy, which obliges school students to attend their classes at schools according to the precautions set by the Ministries of Public Health and Education and Higher Education. Al-Mahmoud said: the NHRC play a vital role to raise awareness about adhering to these precautions by various means commensurate with all educational stages. For the purpose of this campaign, we distributed brochures, coloring books and produced short movies (graphic video). Al-Mahmoud indicated that the National Human Rights Committee will continue its awareness campaign to cover all state schools at all stages and in coordination with the administrations of those schools, as part of its awareness and educational role and its legal mandate in the state. Al-Mahmoud said that the responsibility to protect students is an integral with the support of the Ministry of Public Health, school administrations, and parents of students, given that this year represents a real challenge for the families of students, school administrations and teachers. Al-Mahmoud referred to the memorandum of understanding concluded between the National Human Rights Committee and the Ministry of Education and Higher Education in October 2019 with the aim to strengthen the relations between both parties in the field of spreading the culture of human rights and education, and to encourage schools to apply and integrate human rights concepts and principles. The two sides agreed to develop a plan to spread the culture of human rights in educational institutions, and forming a joint committee to propose aspects of cooperation between the two parties in the areas covered by the memorandum, prepare draft programs for the implementation of its articles, define the responsibilities of the two parties, follow up on the implementation of the MoU and evaluate results, in addition to developing programs to conduct research and studies in accordance with the procedures and requirements of the work agreed upon between the two parties. Al Mahmoud explained This concern comes in light of the interest that the government of the State of Qatar attaches to the educational process, and the endeavor to protect students in times of crises.

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Al-Attiyah: We are committed to our mission to protect and promote human rights   Two thousand roses were distributed to […]

Al-Attiyah: We are committed to our mission to protect and promote human rights

 

Two thousand roses were distributed to volunteers on the frontline workers to address the Coronavirus pandemic

 

Qatari Human Rights Day is a stop to affirm appreciation and gratitude for the frontlines workers

 

The National Human Rights Committee is committed to its mission and vision to consolidate and promote human rights in the State of Qatar

 

Doha, November 11, 2020

 

Ms. Maryam Bint Abdullah Al-Attiyah, Secretary General of the National Human Rights Committee, confirmed that the celebration of the Qatari Human Rights Day, which falls on November 11 each year, coincides this year with the 18th anniversary of the establishment of the National Human Rights Committee. On the occasion of the celebration of Qatar Human Rights Day, Al-Attiyah said in a press statement: “Every year The National Human Rights Committee attaches great importance to celebrating the Qatari Day for Human Rights and assess the achievements and identify shortcomings, and confirm the commitment and keenness to support the development of human rights in the State of Qatar

The Secretary-General of the National Human Rights Committee pointed out that “celebrating Qatari Human Rights Day is an opportunity to emphasize the achievements in the human rights field, especially the series of laws and legislations that the State of Qatar has taken to develop human rights, including the laws concerned with improving work and residency conditions for expatriates. Al Attiyah recalled that the National Human Rights Committee welcomed the issuance of Law No. (17) of 2020 issued by His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of Qatar, regarding setting the minimum wage for workers and domestic workers, in addition to Decree-Law No. (19) For the year 2020 to amend the provisions of Law No. (21) of 2015 regulating the entry, exit and residency of expatriates, which is a milestone in the history of employment in the region. Al Attiyah continued: “These decisions are a true indication that the State of Qatar is moving steadily towards preserving workers’ rights in line with its international, regional and national commitments, in addition they come in the context of improving the living conditions of workers in the State of Qatar. Moreover, those reforms undertaken by the state also come out of respect and promotion of the basic principles of human rights, noting that the reforms undertaken by the state had a significant impact on reducing violations of workers’ rights. Al Attiyah stated that The State of Qatar acceded to many international conventions and covenants, including the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic and Social Rights which reflected positively on the national strategies, policies and laws of the State of Qatar, most notably the Qatar National Vision 2030. Ms. Al Attiyah continued: “The State of Qatar has become, in a short time, a pioneering country in human rights, and this is evidenced by the implementation of its international obligations and its firm positions on regional human rights issues, where The Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review of the Human Rights Council praised the rule of law that distinguishes the State of Qatar, and the appreciation of the steady presence of institutions that preserve human rights.

Al Attiyah concluded On the occasion of the eighteenth anniversary of the establishment of the National Human Rights Committee, we reiterate that The National Human Rights Committee is committed to its mission and vision to develop and promote human rights in the State of Qatar, in line with its responsibilities under Decree-Law No. 17 and specifically in Article Three, including raising awareness and education of human rights and freedoms and consolidating its principles in terms of thought and practice.

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The National Human Rights Committee of the State of Qatar welcomes the decision of the office of communications of the […]

The National Human Rights Committee of the State of Qatar welcomes the decision of the office of communications of the United Kingdom “Ofcom” to condemn Abu Dhabi TV channel for broadcasting a television interview that was recorded in the form of alleged confessions by Dr. Mahmoud Al-Jaida (Qatari citizen), during his arbitrary detention in Abu Dhabi prisons in 2013.
The decision stated that on June 28, 2017, Abu Dhabi TV channel, affiliated with the Abu Dhabi Media Company P.J.S.C “ADMC” and licensed by “Ofcom”, aired a recorded interview under the title “Mahmoud Al-Jaidah and the clandestine organization in UAE”. The decision considered that broadcasting the interview against the will of Dr. Al-Jaidah, who was tortured and ill-treated in prison, constitutes a grave breach of the principles of fairness and privacy set out in the Ofcom Broadcasting Code. The decision also provided for imposing legal sanctions on the channel for its serious violation of articles (7.1 and 8.1) of the Ofcom Broadcasting Code.
The National Human Rights Committee considers this decision as an initial step in achieving justice and redress for the Qatari citizen, who has been subjected to arbitrary arrest, torture and degrading treatment by the authorities in the United Arab Emirates and Abu Dhabi TV which accused him and the state of Qatar of terrorism.
The decision to condemn and impose sanctions on Abu Dhabi government channel is considered a historical precedent that paves the way for deterring such channels from using the media to spread hatred, spread lies and promote gross human rights violations. This decision also prevents the exploitation of licenses granted by countries that respect the rule of law, to falsify facts and promote suspicious agendas.
The National Human Rights Committee notes that since his arrest, the NHRC followed up the case of Dr. Al-Jaidah and provided him with legal and psychological support in preparing the necessary files to prosecute those involved in the case, knowing that there is another case pending for resolution of the office of communications of the United kingdom “Ofcom”. In this context, The National Human Rights Committee emphasized that it will spare no effort to address injustice inflicted on citizens and residents as a result of the unjust blockade.

32 Rabi` Al-Awwal, 1442
9 November 2020
Doha, Qatar

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Doha: November 3, 202 Dr. Ali bin Smaikh Al-Marri, Chairman of the National Human Rights Committee, met in his office […]

Doha: November 3, 202

Dr. Ali bin Smaikh Al-Marri, Chairman of the National Human Rights Committee, met in his office at the headquarters of the Committee with Ms. Iman Younis Erekat, Chief of Mission of United Nations International Organization for Migration. The two sides discussed aspects of cooperation in issues of common interest in order to improve the protection and promotion of human rights.

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October 28, 2020 Dr. Muhammad bin Saif Al-Kuwari, Deputy Chairman of the National Human Rights Committee, met at the headquarters […]

October 28, 2020

Dr. Muhammad bin Saif Al-Kuwari, Deputy Chairman of the National Human Rights Committee, met at the headquarters of the Committee with Mr. Pekka Haavisto, Foreign Minister of Finland, in the presence of Ms. Marian Nesila, Finland’s Ambassador to the State of Qatar, Ms. Katia Kalamaki, Diplomatic Adviser, and Mr. Otto Tortonen, Special Adviser to the Minister And Mr. Josie Sweeney, Team Leader, Middle East Unit at the Ministry. The meeting dealt with an explanation about the nature of the work of the National Human Rights Committee. Al-Kuwari explained that the National Human Rights Committee in the State of Qatar is an independent committee concerned with disseminating and establishing a culture of human rights at the national level in addition to its interest in monitoring the conditions of the most vulnerable groups. Al Kuwari added that the committee also plays an advisory role, based on its mandate in preparing annual reports on human rights situation and submitting recommendations to the competent authorities in the state.

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