Reference number: 67/2023
Date: July 27, 2023
Native language: Arabic
The International Commission “Hashd” has successfully concluded a training course on “Human Rights and Youth Advocacy.”
The International Commission to Support Palestinian Rights “Hashd” successfully concluded a training course on human rights and youth advocacy today. Attended by 24 graduates from the fields of law, journalism, and media, who are members of the Commission’s Youth Dialogue Forum, the course was held at its headquarters in Gaza City. The commission firmly believes that empowering young people to advocate for human rights and promote democratic transformation is essential in promoting and protecting human rights. They are confident that the knowledge and skills gained during the course will be effectively utilized to promote positive change in Palestine and beyond.
The course covered a wide range of important topics, including human rights in international and national legislation, the characteristics and problems of the Palestinian political system, international and national mechanisms for the protection of human rights, the conditions of youth in Palestinian society, human rights advocacy mechanisms, and social media tools in the protection of human rights. It’s important to empower young people to advocate for human rights and promote democratic transformation to promote and protect human rights. The Commission’s Youth Dialogue Forum members who attended the course are sure to put the knowledge and skills gained to good use in promoting positive change in Palestine and beyond.
In his closing speech, Dr. Salah Abd al-Ati emphasized the importance of training courses for Palestinian youth. These courses are designed to enhance their skills and knowledge in the field of human rights and youth advocacy. Dr. Abd al-Ati, who serves as the head of the International Commission “Hashd”, believes that these courses are essential for raising the efficiency and capabilities of Palestinian youth. By providing them with the necessary tools and knowledge, we can empower them to advocate for their rights and make a positive impact in their communities.
The International Commission to Support Palestinian Rights (Hashd)