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CNDH to Host Ethiopian Human Rights Commission for Study Visit


Morocco’s National Human Rights Council (CNDH) is set to welcome a delegation from the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) from December 18 to 21 on a study visit, with the goal of enhancing knowledge and sharing experiences in the area of human rights.

Headed by human rights activist Daniel Bekele, EHRC’s visit is part of a drive to strengthen relations with member institutions of the Network of African National Human Rights Institutions (RINADH).

According to a press release, the program for the visit will cover information sessions on the CNDH’s prerogatives in various fields, including the monitoring and protection of human rights, foreigners’ rights, and people with disabilities and children.

The study visit will also include a discussion of the goals and activities of Ethiopia’s and Morocco’s national human rights institutions, with an emphasis on Morocco’s experience with transitional justice.

It will also emphasize CNDH’s experience in housing the National Mechanism for the Prevention of Torture (NPM) with a focus on its methods, procedures, and ties with the UN.

The inaugural meeting will take place at the Rabat Driss Benzekri Institute.

Ethiopia and Morocco have recently reiterated their dedication to collaborating in a variety of fields.

In a recent interview with Ethiopia’s News Agency, Morocco’s ambassador to Ethiopia and Djibouti, Nezha Alaoui M’hammdi highlighted the shared commitment.

Source: Morocco World News

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