09 Apr 2017
Abdullah Ali Al Mahmoud, Head of the Public Relations and Information Unit, NHRC representing National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) Qatar, participated in a workshop in Tunis entitled ‘”Facing Social Transitions, Cities for All, Sustainable”.
Organised by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the European Center for Training and Research in the Field of Human Rights and Democracy, Human in collaboration with the Arab Cities Alliance against Racism, Discrimination, Xenophobia and Intolerance.
The workshop aims to strengthen a network of cities wishing to exchange experiences and knowledge to formulate policies against racism, discrimination, xenophobia and intolerance.
The participants will also review the various developments in the Alliance and its activities in an attempt to confront intolerance, hatred and extremism. The participants
Workshop will also review over the various experiences and experiences of a number of cities, as well as trying to come up with visions and mechanisms to address these phenomena that are necessary because more than half of the world’s population lives in cities.
In addition to harnessing major developments in the production of wealth and information technologies to face exclusion and marginalization Towards people, and to reduce the exacerbation of manifestations of fanaticism, extremism, exclusion and hatred.