Doha, August 01 (QNA) - The National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) has continued the training program in the venue of Qatar Airways New Integrated Training Centre (NITC), within the series of training sessions organized in cooperation with Hamad International Airport (HIA) and DCAF - Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance with the attendance of a broad range of HIA employees and representatives from the Ministry of Interior and NHRC.
Director of the Programs and Education Department of the NHRC Hamad Salem Al Hajri said that the training program intends to find out an approach that would essentially achieve the flow of security, customs and administrative work in a way that safeguards human rights and human dignity, adding that holding such training sessions is extremely essential for the sake of incorporating the security operations, customs and administrative operations into the preservation of human rights, as this equation is one of the major challenges HIA has successfully addressed during COVID-19 pandemic, since FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 remains a new challenge that opens a wide door to further build the capacities of those who are operating in HIA's multiple fields.
Hamad Salem Al Hajri explained that airports are considered one of the most vital sovereign border crossings of countries which entrenches the first impression of the entire visitors on the country and the nature of its community and culture. However, such crossing is subject to border surveillance controls based on the measures that essentially regulate entry and departure traffic, pointing out the strategic partnership between HIA and NHRC, indicating that there are a plethora of various joint events organized by the two parties that ranged from training sessions to cultural events organized by HIA.
The Director of the Programs and Education Department of the NHRC noted the partnership that has recently been signed in a cooperation agreement in all fields pertaining to human rights, indicating that training is one of the tools utilized to reinvigorate the cooperation agreement.
In addition, training sessions come within the framework of entrenching human rights principles through good governance. Moreover, NHRC has recently wrapped up the first week of the training sessions for the beneficiaries of HIA higher management's staff and honored the participants in these events. (QNA)
01 August 2022
NHRC Continues Training Program in Cooperation with HIA
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