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Judge Fawaz Al Jatal, member of the NHRC stress the keenness of the NHRC on rehabilitation of persons with special […]

Judge Fawaz Al Jatal, member of the NHRC stress the keenness of the NHRC on rehabilitation of persons with special needs and their training to practice their electoral rights in terms of candidacy or election.

As part of the role of the Committee on monitoring elections of the NHRC, Al Jatal said in a lecture given to the Qatar Cultural and Social Center for the Deaf that the NHRC represented by the chairman, Dr. Ali bin Smaikh Al Marri is ready to meet all the needs of persons with disabilities in all stages of the electoral process, facilitate their movement, and provide complete confidentiality of the voting process; the NHRC is a supervisory authority on the conduct of the electoral process in all its stages. Al Jatal added We do not want this group to distance themselves from society, however we want the electoral process and their participation to be a way to integrate them into the society because they are entitled to the same rights as other citizens. If a deaf citizen wants to stand as a candidate in elections, his program should not support a certain category, however It should serve all segments of society. Al Jatal calls on the need to learn to use sign language so that everyone understands the language which in turn facilitate communication and integration into the society. Al Jatal pointed out that political rights are inherent rights endorsed by the Constitution, they have not come all at once, however they passed through long stages of development. He called for the need to strengthen the rights and freedoms values ​​in a democratic legal system, he added that the rights to vote and nomination is endorsed in the Qatari Constitution in Article 34 which stipulates that “all citizens are equal in public rights and duties” and Article 42 which stipulates that the State shall ensure the right of citizens to vote and to be elected in accordance with the Law. He is pointed out that the most important requirements that should be met in the candidate to be a Qatari national citizen, or has gained citizenship in Qatar for more than 15 years, to be over the age of 18, has no criminal record, unless rehabilitated, Not employed in the armed forces or police. He said that The deaf has specialized centers and constituencies so they can be provided with all their special needs.

Mr. Jaber Al Hwail, Director of the Legal Affairs Department at the NHRC stressed the NHRC’s cooperation with the Center for the Deaf through providing educational lectures and rehabilitation to candidates of the next election. He invited the center to visit the NHRC to get information about its role, terms of reference, receive lectures related to their rights and duties, and stated that the NHRC is ready to provide all their needs in rehabilitation and training. He said: We want you to be always prepared to fight the next election and strongly impose your sign language in your communities. He added: you should convince voters with programs they really in need of in their constituencies and get the support of  sign language interpreters, and be sure voter vote on the basis of the services that can be provided to them not any other criteria.

Members of Qatar Cultural and Social Center for the Deaf have demanded submitting their recommendations to the competent authorities including the appointment of a seat in the municipal council so they can address the requirements of persons with special needs, and indicated that cannot at this stage stand as candidates until they are trained to prepare programs and develop plans and mechanisms to overcome the obstacle to communicate and convince voters with their ability to serve the community .

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The NHRC organized a specialized training course on strengthening capabilities of officials working in international cooperation departments in the field […]

The NHRC organized a specialized training course on strengthening capabilities of officials working in international cooperation departments in the field of human at its headquarters during the period from 5 to 7 May, 2015.
Participants represent international cooperation departments in various institutions in the State of Qatar; Sheikha Johara bint Mohammed Al Thani, director of programs and education department at the NHRC, stated in a press release that this session shall familiarize participants with international institutions working in the field of human rights, mechanisms of action, other relevant issues related to the work of the departments of international cooperation, and how to activate exchange and transfer of regional and international experiences and activities that help achieve the institutions objectives of the institutions they represent at the local level.

Sheikha Johara confirmed that such courses play a major role in the acquisition of practical knowledge that develop staff capabilities to work according to international standards in compatible with local legislation and international human rights laws while preserving the traditions and positive values of the society. Sheikha Johara  also explained that the lectures shall focus on how to take advantage of the culture of human rights and apply it in practice at the respected departments of international cooperation, which are considered as the interface of our institutions in the regional and international communities. Sheikha Johara said that this session shall include several important and necessary themes based on human rights concepts including history, origin, and concepts of human rights and international system at international, regional and local bodies that monitors the human rights movement process, as well as the role of national human rights institutions and non-governmental organizations in the field of human rights. Working papers include a paper on international humanitarian law, which is the essential foundation in which all agreements related to this field were emanated from, as well as a presentation on experiences of some international cooperation departments and the most important aspirations and recommendations which help in practice at their career.

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Dr. Yousif Obeidan: Exercising civil and political rights reflects one of the finest images of citizenship, including the right to […]

Dr. Yousif Obeidan: Exercising civil and political rights reflects one of the finest images of citizenship, including the right to stand in election and the right to vote
Dr. Aisha Al-Mannai: The right to citizenship is guaranteed for various groups and under all circumstances
Dr. Asmaa Al-Attiyah: Equal opportunities, equality, non-discrimination and rights to access to enable people with disabilities and the preparation of educational brochures and leaflets in Braille
Faisal Al Kooheji: We placed high importance on the fundamental rights of candidates and voters

The National Human Rights Committee organized in cooperation and partnership with the Qatar Social and Cultural Center for the blind of the Ministry of Youth and Sports, on the occasion of the municipal council elections, a seminar on the political rights of persons with disabilities on Monday, April 27, 2015, at the headquarters of the cultural and social center for the Blind, presented by Dr. Yousif Obaidan, Deputy Chairman of the NHRC and Dr. Aisha Al Mannai, Dean of Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies, University of Hamad bin Khalifa. Among the attendees were Dr. Asmaa Al Attiyah, member of the NHRC and a member of the Committee on Election Monitoring at the NHRC, Head of the Department of Psychological Sciences, Qatar University, Faisal Muhammad Al-Kooheji, Chairman of Qatar Social and Cultural Center for the Blind, Dr. Khaled Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Arab Federation for the Blind and advisor at the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, and Plenipotentiary Minister of the Secretariat of the Arab League on Disability, Dr. Tarek Al-Issawi, expert at the social and cultural center for the blind, Mr. Ali Kumait, member of the Board of Directors, and former specialist at the Al Noor Institute for the Blind, representatives of the department of elderly and people with special needs and public relations department at the Ministry of the Interior, and members of the center.
At the beginning of the seminar, Dr. Asmaa Al Attiyah talked about upholding the principles of human dignity, justice, equality and non-discrimination. All humans are equal and entitled to dignity, rights and duties, without any form of discrimination, regardless of physical, social, or other differences.

Dr. Yousif Obeidan gave an overview on stages of the elections in the State of Qatar and pointed out that the elections had existed in the past in a simpler framework, until it revolted when His Highness the Father Amir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani took over the reins of leadership in the State, Dr. Yousuf Obaidan said that the CMC election is the result of reforms initiated by HH the Emir after he took the reins of power in 1995 as part of steps to create democratic friendly environment. He stated “The State of Qatar from its beginning is moving towards democracy gradually and in an appropriate way that suits situation of the country to ensure stability and it has been successful. Before the first CMC election, Ministry of Information was dissolved and press censorship was removed. CMC elections followed it and a committee was formed to draft permanent constitution of the country”, said Dr. Obaidan emphasizing the success of each step. He also mentioned that in Qatar, Municipalities were formed in 1950’s after the petrol was invented and that time the members were nominated to the municipalities. The rule of HH the Emir was a turning point as gradual democratic process was initiated. The democratic process of western countries cannot be implemented at once in younger countries like Qatar; so it adopted the gradual process, he said. He added “HH the Emir was keen on the rights of Qatari women to vote and stand for elections and they were permitted in first CMC elections in 1999. Although no women candidate won the election, their political participation was triumph for Qatari women among gulf women”, Dr. Obaidan added. He also referred to the four women candidates fighting strongly in the coming elections.

Dr. Aysha Al Mannai, talked about the political rights in Islam, how Islam honors everyone, and the right of citizenship in the Islamic law, pointing out that every human being whether a man or woman’s has rights and duties, no matter what the circumstances and conditions. Al Mannai added that the right of citizenship is inspired by Islamic law, she talked about the role of women in the elections, their rights and how Islam and the Constitution honors them. She stressed that people with disabilities are an integral part of society pointing out that the (disability is not inability), and the right of citizenship is entitled to various groups and under all circumstances. She stressed the importance of the role of the centers for persons with disabilities in helping its members to stand in elections and spreading awareness in this regard, she called for the need to enable persons with disabilities to exercise their civil and political rights.
Dr. Asmaa Al Attiyah, the General Coordinator of the seminar, said that the organization of this seminar is part of a plan developed by the NHRC on the awareness and education of the Political Rights on the occasion of the municipal council elections. She stressed the importance of the issues and inquiries raised by the participants in this seminar, including, for example, ensuring the participation of persons with disabilities fully and effectively in society, political empowerment, equality of opportunity, non-discrimination, access rights, enabling persons with disabilities to live independently and participate fully in all aspects of life, and provision of awareness and educational materials in Braille. In this regard, Al Attiyah noted that there has already been coordination with the Qatar Cultural and Social for the Blind to provide all the materials prepared by the NHRC on awareness and education of the Political Rights in Braille.
Mr. Faisal Al Kooheji called on the Board of Directors to the importance of differentiating between the Central Municipal Council elections and the elections of the parliament, adding that the center has organized a number of events to publicize the municipal council and its elections by organizing a lecture entitled (the first house for Democracy) provided by Engineer Jassim Al-Maliki, Vice President at the Municipal Council on the definition of the municipal council and its terms of reference. Kooheji stressed the importance of this seminar on introducing the basic rights of candidates and voters, pointing to that there shall be a campaign to be conducted next week under the title “hand in hand towards the effective participation of people with visual disabilities in the municipal council elections”.

At the end of the meeting, Mr. Faisal Al Kooheji, chairman of the board of director presented the shield of the Center in honor of the NHRC, to Dr. Yousif Obeidan, deputy Chairman of the NHRC, in addition to the certificates of appreciation to Dr. Aisha Al Mannai, Dean of the Faculty of Islamic Studies, University of Hamad bin Khalifa, and Dr. Asmaa Al-Attiyah, a member of the NHRC, and the general coordinator of the seminar.

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Students of Ahmed bin Mohammed Military College visited The NHRC in which the Committee’s officials gave an introductory brief about […]

Students of Ahmed bin Mohammed Military College visited The NHRC in which the Committee’s officials gave an introductory brief about the Committee and its mechanisms to disseminate the culture of human rights.

Dr. Yousif Obeidan, vice Chairman of the NHRC, welcomed the students of the college and stated that the continuous communication between the college and the NHRC reflects the increasing awareness by those who are in charge of the faculty to educate students and employees the culture of human rights and the methodology to establish this culture in our societies and the environments in which we operate.

Obeidan during his introductory brief about the establishment, vision, mission and objectives of the NHRC, stated that: since the beginning of the modern history of the state of Qatar, the founders devoted effort to promoting the state rights and freedoms of law and institutions, in which the NHRC was established in accordance with Decree Law No. (38) for the year 2002; in light of the overall renaissance of the State of Qatar in that era, the NHRC was re-organized in accordance with Decree law no. (17) for the year 2010, thereby consolidating NHRC independence with a separate legal personality and an independent budget; this Decree also specified the objectives and mandates of the NHRC.

Obeidan explained that at the international level, the NHRC was accredited A status by the International Coordinating Committee of National Human Rights Institutions for the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights (ICC) which is a representative body of national human rights institutions drawn from all regions of the world; the NHRC is also a member in the Sub-Committee on Accreditation (SCA) of the International Coordinating Committee (ICC) which is responsible for the accreditation and classification of national Committees all over the world. The NHRC is entitled to participate in the ICC and in its regional sub-group, the Asia Pacific Forum as of March 2012 for a period of 3 years. He pointed out that the vision of the National Human Rights Committee of Qatar is based on the conviction that human rights is one of the most important issues of the national community in particular and the international community in general. Acknowledging these rights whether they are political, civil, cultural, social or economic, and whether they are individual or group rights, is a commitment to equality, justice, freedom and human dignity of all humans without discrimination; while the mission of the NHRC is based on The protection and promotion of human rights for everyone subject to the jurisdiction of the state of Qatar (citizens, residents and transit travelers) in order for the Committee to achieve this mission, NHRC seeks to raise awareness and education of rights, provide protection and support necessary for individuals and develop abilities.

With regard to the legal nature of the NHRC, Obeidan said: The NHRC The National Human Rights Committee of Qatar is neither a governmental entity nor a civil society institution, It is a national official committee of a special nature and itcan neither be described as an administrative entity in its narrow sense nor a decision-making body. On one hand, The NHRC is considered to be an advisory body concerned with human rights at the national level of authorities and administrative bodies in the state; On the other hand, it receives and investigate complaints from individuals or groups, while the objectives of the NHRC include Awareness and education on human rights for the various parties and groups under international covenants on human rights and national laws; Strengthening and empowering individuals through training programs and other activities to identify, prioritize and defend their rights and seeking to ensure its respect; Expanding the human rights network at the national, regional and international levels; Monitoring and reporting human rights violations; Providing information and legal and social support services for victims of human rights violations; and Spreading and developing the culture of human rights and defending these rights.

In conclusion Obeidan emphasized that such visits will be useful for the college students in their performance of national duty in the present and future and said such visits are considered a real addition to their information and reference in their dealings with individuals and communities.

Mr. Jaber Al Hwail, Director of the Department of Legal Affairs at the NHRC, presented a comprehensive introduction on the mandate of the Department of Legal Affairs and other various departments, pointing out that access to solutions in all the complaints and petitions reaches a rate of 95% of the total complaints summited to the NHRC annually. He added that the legal affairs department studies complaints and petitions summited to the NHRC through specialized techniques and mechanisms through the petitioners personal visit to the NHRC; website of the Committee https://nhrc-qa.org/ar/ in which where the complaint is written, together with other information including place of residence, copy of the identity card (for Qataris), copy of the passport or visa (for non-Qataris), and any supporting papers; hotline (+974) 66626663, which is provided in four languages Arabic, English, Urdu and Filipino.

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Dr. Ali Bin Smaikh Al-Marri, chairman of the NHRC met in his office at the headquarters of the NHRC, the […]

Dr. Ali Bin Smaikh Al-Marri, chairman of the NHRC met in his office at the headquarters of the NHRC, the Tunisian Minister of Justice Mohammed Saleh Bin Isa and Minister of Justice. The meeting dealt with ways to bridge communication and cooperation in the relevant issues in humanitarian work.

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The NHRC participated in the exhibition accompanying The Thirteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. The exhibition […]

The NHRC participated in the exhibition accompanying The Thirteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. The exhibition provides information on the main event to the participants in different languages. The revenue of the exhibition will go to humanitarian causes reflecting the commitment to establishing a safe and stable international community. The NHRC’s booth included publications on awareness of human culture, an office for legal advice on all issues relating to human rights, in addition a display boards containing calligraphy on Islam and human rights.

Mr. Abdullah Al-Mahmoud, head of Media and public relations at the NHRC stated that The NHRC is always keen to participate in such conferences, which are considered great opportunity for the transfer of humanitarian cultures of the peoples around the world. He added: We affirm, through these events, the mission of the NHRC, which lies in the protection and promotion of the rights of individuals falling under the jurisdiction of the State of Qatar, He pointed out that in order to enable the NHRC to achieve this mission, it seeks to raise awareness and education of these rights and to provide the necessary protection and support to individuals through many mechanisms, including participating at such conferences as well as similar international, regional and local conferences in addition to organizing Media campaigns, seminars and workshops.

Al-Mahmood said that the NHRC participated at this exhibition among many non-governmental and government organizations, professional associations and UN bodies, pointing out that such participations enable the transmission of experiences and exchange of expertise in all areas.

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Ms. Maryam bint Abdullah Al-Attiyah, Secretary General of the NHRC conducted a number of important meetings on the sidelines of […]

Ms. Maryam bint Abdullah Al-Attiyah, Secretary General of the NHRC conducted a number of important meetings on the sidelines of a training session organized by the NHRC for foreign and interior ministries of the State of Kuwait under the title “Ideal framework for dealing with human rights issues through relevant international and regional mechanisms”.
Al-Attiyah and the accompanying delegation met HE Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister; the meeting was attended by administrative and financial management director Ambassador Jamal Abdullah Al-Ghanim, the First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister’s Office Director, Ambassador Sheikh Dr. Ahmad Nasser Al-Mohammad Al-Sabah and the Deputy Director of the First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister’s Office Department Ambassador Saleh Salem Al-Loughani.

Al-Attiyah also met with HE Ambassador Khaled Sulaiman Al-Jarallah Under-Secretary of the Foreign Affairs, in which activities of the NHRC was addressed and ways of cooperation were discussed, the meeting was attended by administrative and financial management director Ambassador Jamal Abdullah Al-Ghanim and HE Ambassador Director of the Office of Management agent Ayham Abdullatif.
Al-Attiyah also met the National Assembly chairman, Mr. Marzouq Ali Al-Ghanim in his office who welcomed the delegation of the NHRC; both two sides exchanged ways of joint cooperation in human rights issues.

Al-Attiyah also met Dr. Abdul Hameed Dashti Chairman of the Human Rights Committee of the Kuwaiti National Assembly and the Committee’s Rapporteur, Mr. Hammoud Hamdan.

Al-Attiyah also met the Assistant Undersecretary for Educational Research and Curricula at the Ministry of Education Dr Saud Al- Harbi, the meeting discussed ways to exchange expertise and experiences regarding the integration of human rights culture in curricula.
The National Human Rights Committee delegation headed by Ms. Maryam bint Abdullah Al-Attiyah visited the Kuwaiti International College of law, where the delegation met Dr. Badr Al-Khalifa, head of Trustees; the meeting discussed cooperation in respect of the contribution in spreading the culture of human rights through legal research and studies on the mechanisms in this regard.

Al-Attiyah met Head of the International Organization for Migration’s mission Ms. Iman Erekat, both two sides discussed ways to cooperate on issues of common interest especially with regard to migration issues and human rights.

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The NHRC participated in the 28th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, represented by Dr. Ali bin Smaikh […]

The NHRC participated in the 28th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, represented by Dr. Ali bin Smaikh Marri, the NHRC’s chairman, in which Al Marri presented a working paper entitled ” The role of National Human Rights Institutions in Promoting the realization of rights in poverty eradication”.
Dr. Al-Marri in the working paper stated that, national institutions perform its supervisory role entrusted with them, and act as a source of reliable information, in addition to being key factors in pushing governments towards formulating or amending their legislation in line with international standards, and urging them to implement their obligations under international conventions ratified by them. In addition to other recommendations at the legislative level in which national institutions work on the ground and are able to address, describe the issue of poverty, analyze its causes, and provide practical solutions that governments must take into account. poverty is a social scourge associated with the manifestations of exclusion and marginalization, the deterioration of living standards, high unemployment rate, the spread of indecent housing, begging, and street children. The poverty belts around the Middle East cities turn into a belt of explosives, by the growing influence of religious justifications claimed by terrorist groups .Poverty exists in Middle East countries in areas characterized by a clear absence of state institutions and infrastructure services, making citizens residing in these areas the most aggrieved at the system in their countries; due to the fact that the political authorities in these countries are not democratic, they deal with the situation in these areas in a negative and assaultive manner.
Where poverty begins to inflate, disease and ignorance prevail, the proportion of births and population density increase in narrow patches lacking proper health and education services, where mortality, dropout and crime rates also increase; all these factors make these places social spots, requiring a real and sustained cure.

With regard to the State of Qatar, Al Marri pointed out that Qatar is among the Gulf Arab states, which has rich natural resources, where 85% of the population is of non-citizens, who came from various countries to benefit from the available employment opportunities, due to the lack of workforce. On the basis of the close correlation between poverty and development, and the impact of each on the other negatively or positively, the State of Qatar adopts appropriate national development policies aimed at continuous improvement of the welfare of the entire population on the basis of their active, free and purposive participation in development and fair distribution of benefits resulting therefrom. Qatar has the world’s highest per-capita income, and the unemployment rate reached 0.30% in 2014, non-citizens also enjoy high income which in turn makes Qatar a desirable destination by thousands of young people and families from around the world

Al Marri explained that Qatar National Vision 2030 rests on four pillars, including Human development: To enable all of Qatar’s people to sustain a prosperous society, Social development to maintain a just and caring society based on high moral standards and capable of playing a prominent role in the global partnership for development, Economic development: to achieve a competitive and diversified economy capable of meeting the needs of, and securing a high standard of living for, all its people for the present and for the future, and Environmental development: to ensure harmony among economic growth, social development and environmental protection. The first National Development Strategy for the State of Qatar was prepared to set a path towards achieving the goals of Qatar National Vision 2030, and of the most important decisions was issuing a law establishing Health and Education Fund providing sustainable financial resources to health and education services with a capital of three hundred and sixty billion riyals to finance health and education programs in the State of Qatar, serving nearly 2,334,029 residents.

Al Marri explained that The Social Development Center, a non-profit organization which was founded in 1996, plays a protective role by offering extensive services to create social benefit in Qatar, including family support programs, guidance programs and career training programs; it also offers interest-free loans to deserving families, and initiate awareness programs through a variety of campaigns.

Dr. Al Marri highlighted in the working paper the pioneer role of the State of Qatar in the field of International Cooperation to combat poverty and extreme poverty, provision of support by the Qatari government for hundreds of humanitarian and investment projects in poor countries, in addition to efforts made by institutions, including “Qatar Red Crescent Society”, which provides relief and development services, “Silatech Foundation”, which provides loans for young people to open investment horizons and allow them to communicate with businessmen, “Education Foundation is above all”, which focus on the protection of the right to education, and “Reach Out to Asia”, which works to build model schools in many poor countries, in addition to the investment projects of charity organizations in the sectors of agriculture and industry in countries, such as Sudan, Somalia, Eritrean, Pakistan and the Comoros, in addition to a number of African countries.

Regarding the role of national human rights institutions in promoting the realization of the rights to eradicate poverty, Al Marri said, ” The role of national institutions is based on guiding principles on extreme poverty and human rights, which focus on respect for the dignity of every human being, and the indivisibility and effective exercise of human rights; those principles emphasizes the responsibility of States to ensure that people living with poverty enjoy their human rights on an equal footing, including protection prescribed by law without discrimination, promoting gender equality in marriage, employment opportunities and acquisition of economic resources, children’s enjoyment of basic services, including health care and adequate food, housing, drinkable water, education, recognition of the people who living with extreme poverty and considering them free and independent, ensuring their participation in all stages of adopting and implementing policies that affect them, and enjoying the right to seek, receive and disseminate information on all decisions that affect their lives and having the full available information on the remedies.”
Al Marri pointed out that National institutions play an important role in monitoring the application of those principles by the states, in addition to their mandate, which is considered one of the national mechanisms for the Eradication of Poverty, including studying national legislation in the light of international human rights standards, and proposing amendment, replacing or adopting new legislation, encouraging and urging States to accede to international conventions, and withdrawing reservations to conventions ratified by them, receiving Complaints from the vulnerable groups, and trying to find appropriate solutions, urging governments to consider specific issues related to human rights, monitoring governments’ implementation of international obligations in the achievement of equality and non-discrimination, raising awareness and educating the public about civil, political, economic, social, cultural rights, as well as law enforcement officials and the judicial system in the state, cooperation with civil society organizations, to identify the needs of the target groups in the adopting and implementation of policies, cooperation with regional and international mechanisms to upgrade and improve human rights, promoting good governance and accountability in accordance with the post 2015 development plan, and dissemination of objective and transparent reports on human rights conditions.

Turning to the best practices of national human rights institutions in the Middle East, Al Marri referred to the Experience of the Independent High Commission for Human Rights of Iraq (IHCHR) on determining poverty status and providing accurate figures on the true dimensions of the problem.
Dr. al Marri provided a set of recommendations for National Human Rights Institutions in the Middle East on promoting the realization of the rights to the eradication of poverty, including, disseminating guiding principles on extreme poverty and human rights, adopting, disseminating, and updating a database for poverty and unemployment on an annual basis, in cooperation with the competent authorities, following-up on recommendations of governments, and publishing outcomes of these recommendations transparently within their annual reports, conducting studies on poverty and development, and their relationship to terrorism, and cooperating with civil society organizations and charities in order to reach the target groups and involving them in adopting means to resolve their own problems.

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