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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT - HUMAN RIGHTS

'Silent Voices' exhibition by human trafficking survivors raises awareness and funds for Ewaa Shelters

Posted on 11/04/2017

As part of their road to recovery, women from the Ewaa Shelters for Victims of Human Trafficking have spent the last six months taking visual arts workshops led by artists Jennifer Simon, Kate Carter and Isabelle Alves da Silva Neves. A total of 15 women from the Ewaa Shelters have created inspiring works of art that tell their individual stories to raise awareness and necessary funds for the organisation. Each piece of art tells a unique story and is a medium for creative self-expression for ...  >>MORE

EHRA calls UN to declare 2017 year of tolerance

Posted on 15/11/2016

DOHA: The Emirates Association for Human Rights (EHRA) has submitted a memorandum to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to adopt 2017 as the year for tolerance and prohibition of incitement to hatred. An EHRA delegation, led by its Chairman Mohammed Salem Al Kaabi, has presented the memo to George Abu Al-Zulof, Head of the UN Training and Documentation Centre for South West Asia and the Arab region, during a meeting in the Qatari capital, Doha. The EHRA has prepared the ...  >>MORE

Hanif praises UAE's launch of award, institute for tolerance

Posted on 10/10/2016

A Geneva-based human rights official has praised the UAE for its latest initiatives in promoting tolerance and human rights. Dr. Hanif Al Qasim, Chairman of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue, said on Sunday that the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Award for Tolerance and the International Institute for Tolerance, launched on Saturday by Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, represent an ...  >>MORE

DFWAC receives 30 victims of child abuse in the 1st half of 2016

Posted on 17/08/2016

The Dubai Foundation for Women and Children, DFWAC, has received 30 victims of child abuse below 18 years old during the first half of this year, according to Afra Al Basti, DFWAC Director-General and Member of the Federal National Council. She added that out of those cases, 16 were subsequently sheltered in DFWAC, while the rest received full care and rehabilitation services, saying that all cases are subjected to accurate screening to determine all their needs and develop an appropriate ...  >>MORE

DFWAC helps196 victims of domestic violence in first half of 2016

Posted on 02/08/2016

The Dubai Foundation for Women and Children, DFWAC, has helped around 196 victims of domestic violence during the first half of this year, according to the foundation's Director-General, Afra Al Basti. Al Basti pointed out that the number of domestic violence cases has slightly dropped in the first half of this year compared to the same period of 2015, when DFWAC received 231 cases. "Among the cases that we received during the current year, we provided sheltering services for eight of them ...  >>MORE

Dubai Police, Dubai Foundation for Women and Children launch five-year anti-human trafficking plan

Posted on 30/07/2016

The Dubai Foundation for Women and Children (DFWAC) and Dubai Police have launched a five-year plan to protect women and children and promote efforts to combat trafficking in persons. Head of the Dubai Police Human Trafficking Crimes Monitoring Centre, Lt Col Dr Sultan Al Jamal, said the plan is aimed at supporting and raising awareness of four groups involved in this crime: victims, witnesses, staff of authorities combating trafficking in persons as well as the whole society. The plan also ...  >>MORE

UAE partakes in Arab human rights committee meetings

Posted on 21/07/2016

CAIRO: A UAE delegation attended a meeting of the Arab Permanent Committee for Human Rights (APCHR), held in Cairo yesterday. The delegation included Mubarak Al Hammadi, representing the Human Rights Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, and Ahmed Al Mansouri, a diplomatic attaché at the ministry. Dr. Hadi Al Yammi, Head of the APCHR, said the meeting discussed 10 country reports. He added that the committee was working on getting more countries to join ...  >>MORE

Chairman of Permanent Arab Committee for Human Rights hails UAE efforts to promote human rights culture

Posted on 19/07/2016

CAIRO: Chairman of the Permanent Arab Committee for Human Rights and the Legal Adviser to Omani Minister of Justice, Dr. Mohammed bin Suleiman Al Rashidi, has commended efforts by the UAE to promote and protect human rights. Al Rashidi told Emirates News Agency (WAM) in statement on the sidelines of the 40th meeting of the Permanent Arab Committee for Human Rights, that the UAE has plans to advance protection of human rights. He called for promoting the human rights culture, especially in the ...  >>MORE

UAE takes part in 40th meeting of the Permanent Arab Committee for Human Rights

Posted on 18/07/2016

CAIRO: The United Arab Emirates is participating in the 40th meeting of the Permanent Arab Committee for Human Rights, which began yesterday at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the Arab League in Cairo, Egypt. Mohamed Al Rashidi, Legal Advisor to Oman's Minister of Justice is heading the five-day meeting with the participation of representatives of the member states. The UAE delegation is represented by Mubarak Al Hammadi from the Human Rights Department at the Ministry of ...  >>MORE

Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue hails UAE experience

Posted on 12/07/2016

GENEVA: Dr. Hanif Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue, has commended the UAE human rights experience, deeming it a model of peaceful co-existence among 200 nationalities living on its territory. He also applauded the decision of the leadership on issuing the anti-discrimination law, with emphasis on tolerance and equality among different nationalities and cultures. Dr. Al Qasim pointed out that the centre is currently preparing a ...  >>MORE

Geneva-based human rights centre calls for standardised int'l charter to fight terrorism

Posted on 10/07/2016

GENEVA: The Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue has called for a standardised international charter to fight terrorism and all its manifestations and the growing waves of violence and extremism striking peoples and communities across the world. Announcing the new initiative, the director-general of the centre, Dr. Hanif Al Qasim, said, "The latest acts of violence, in particular those which (last week) struck at the Prophet's Mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia, require ...  >>MORE

UN Human Rights Council adopts UAE draft resolution on girls' education

Posted on 03/07/2016

GENEVA: The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) yesterday approved a draft resolution presented by the United Arab Emirates on girls' education, in its meeting in Geneva. Ambassador Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, Permanent Representative of the UAE to the United Nations and other International Organisations in Geneva in his speech before the Council extended thanks to all delegates that supported the draft resolution, wishing that the resolution will be a cornerstone to enhance the right of every girl to ...  >>MORE

Geneva Centre on Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue organises panel discussion on de-radicalisation

Posted on 03/07/2016

GENEVA: Dr. Hanif Hassan Al Qassim, Chairman of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue, has said the centre seeks to enhance the scope of cooperation between the civil societies and international organisations, with regard to human rights in order to support elements of reconciliation on the humanitarian values. He referred, in this regard to the discussion panel, organised by the centre under the title: "De-radicalisation or the Roll-Back of Violent Extremism," on ...  >>MORE

UAE joins Arab, Islamic GCC countries in condemning human rights violations in occupied Palestine

Posted on 29/06/2016

GENEVA: The UAE has joined statements by the groups of Arab, Islamic and GCC countries at the Human Rights Council to express great concern and dissatisfaction over the human rights situation in Palestine and other occupied Arab territories and Israel's serious and systematic violations against the Palestinians, Ambassador Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, Permanent Representative of the UAE to the United Nations and other International Organisations in Geneva, announced. The statements were issued at the ...  >>MORE

European-UAE Human Rights Working Group holds sixth meeting

Posted on 27/05/2016

The European-UAE Human Rights Working Group held its sixth meeting in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. The UAE side was headed by Amna Al Muhairi, Director of Human Rights at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and included representatives from the ministries of Human Resources & Emiratisation, Justice, Interior and from the office of the Minister of State for Happiness, office of the Minister of State for Youth Affair and the Women's General Union. The European side was ...  >>MORE

UAE's anti-trafficking report documents progress, registers 17 cases, involving 24 victims and results in arrest of 54 traffickers in 2015

Posted on 23/05/2016

The United Arab Emirates is leaving no stone unturned in fighting human trafficking since the country enacted Federal Law 51 in 2006, the National Committee to Combat Human Trafficking, NCCHT, has said. According to the Annual Report 2015 compiled and released by the NCCHT, the UAE has made great inroads in containing the crime during the last decade. However, "the government will intensify its campaign with each passing year, with zero tolerance as its motto and in line with international ...  >>MORE

Human Rights Watch doubles down on terror apologetics

Posted on 23/05/2016

Human rights advocacy is an essential check on abuses of governments the world over but lack of professionalism, political agendas, and the credulity of those in the most prominent human rights groups threaten to undermine much of the hard work true human rights advocates do. The problem has gotten so bad that Robert L. Bernstein, the founding chairman of Human Rights Watch, took to the pages of the New York Times in 2009 to call out his former organisation for its bias, polemics, and lack of ...  >>MORE

UAE attends ceremony for launch of phase II of Regional Programme for Arab States to Combat Crime, Terrorism and Health Threats

Posted on 10/05/2016

UAE attends ceremony for launch of phase II of Regional Programme for Arab States to Combat Crime, Terrorism and Health Threats Dr. Nabil Al Araby, Arab League's Secretary-General, Yury Fedotov, Executive Director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), and representatives of Arab League member states, attended the ceremony. Hani bin Huwaiden, In-Charge of the UAE Permanent Mission to the Arab League, represented the UAE at the event. In his opening address to the audience, ...  >>MORE

Gargash chairs 16th meeting of UPR Standing Committee on Human Rights report

Posted on 04/05/2016

The Standing Committee entrusted with the follow-up of the Universal Periodic Review, UPR, of the Human Rights report, has held its 16th meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in Abu Dhabi, under the chairmanship of Dr. Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, and Chairman of the Standing Committee. The committee reviewed the 107 recommendations accepted by the UAE during the Universal Periodic Review of Human Rights session on 6th ...  >>MORE

DFWAC launches "Cases Empowerment Program" to rehabilitate victims of violence for jobs markets

Posted on 31/03/2016

The Dubai Foundation for Women and Children (DFWAC) launched its "Cases Empowerment Program" to rehabilitate the victims of violence of women to enter the Jobs market or starting their own small business that guarantees them a steady income to meet subsistence needs and ensures financial independence, which is one of the most important challenges facing this group. Afra Al Basti, Director General of the Dubai Foundation for Women and Children, said that the program also includes establishing a ...  >>MORE

Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue holds panel discussion on Arab women

Posted on 28/03/2016

GENEVA: Director-General of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue, Dr. Hanif Al Qasim, has stressed that Emirati and Arab women, without any external pressure, are now capable of creating a new reality that is more conducive to their cultural and social peculiarities. Al Qasim was speaking during a panel discussion on "Advancing the status of women in the Arab World." He cited rising education rate, women's access to jobs, increased efforts by governments as well ...  >>MORE

UAE determined to continue our efforts to strengthen the protection of human rights, says Gargash

Posted on 02/03/2016

GENEVA: The United Arab Emirates is determined to continue its efforts to strengthen the protection of human rights at home, and to work constructively within the Human Rights Council (HRC) to address human rights issues around the world, Dr. Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs has said. Giving the UAE statement before the High Level Segment of the 31th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva yesterday, Dr. Gargash said fostering values of ...  >>MORE

UAE sets global role model in fight against trafficking: Gargash

Posted on 01/02/2016

The UAE has become a global model in the fight against human trafficking with its support for international efforts and cooperation in the efforts to eradicate this menace, Dr. Anwar Mohammed Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Minister of State for Federal National Council, and Chairman of the National Committee to Combat Human Trafficking, has said. Addressing the 37th meeting of the National Committee to Combat Human Trafficking, Dr. Gargash said the UAE has launched leading ...  >>MORE

DFWAC to prepare a proposal policy to combat violence against women in Dubai

Posted on 26/01/2016

Shaikha Al Mansouri, Assistant Director-General for Corporate Support at the Dubai Foundation for Women and Children, DFWAC, has revealed that the foundation is working on a policy to combat violence against women in Dubai, and this proposal will be raised to the concerned authorities upon completion, as the foundation is collecting data to analyse the reality of violence against women in Dubai. This came during Al Mansouri's opening speech of the Focus Groups Session about the policy of ...  >>MORE

UAE launches awareness campaign to combat human trafficking

Posted on 25/01/2016

The National Committee to Combat Human Trafficking, NCCHT, launched a media campaign to create general awareness about human trafficking and simple ways to combat it. Aimed at all nationalities and communities, victims, prospective victims and traffickers, the campaign, which began in December 2015, will run until June 2016. Designed to reach a cross section of people in the UAE, the campaign has been launched in multiple languages and will carried across various print, electronic and social ...  >>MORE

Al Zaabi addresses Human Rights Council during 24th session of Universal Periodic Review

Posted on 25/01/2016

GENEVA: Ambassador Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, UAE's Permanent Representative to the United Nations and Other International Organisations in Geneva, has delivered a speech before the Human Rights Council, during the review of Belgium's national human rights report, as part of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), whose 24th session is currently being held from January 18th-29th in Geneva. In the beginning of his speech, Al Zaabi welcomed the Belgian delegation, chaired by Didier Reynders, Belgian ...  >>MORE

UAE commends Australia's measures to promote and protect human rights

Posted on 12/11/2015

GENEVA: Obaid Salem Al Za'abi, UAE Permanent Representative to the United Nations, has commended Australia's measures in enhancing and protecting human rights, especially Australia's commitment to multiculturalism and improving life conditions of indigenous Australians as well as combating human trafficking. In accordance to the recommendations system of the Universal Periodic Review, Al Za'abi recommended that the Australian delegation work to implement a public awareness campaign to promote ...  >>MORE

UAE praises Austria's UPR report

Posted on 10/11/2015

Permanent Representative of the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations and Other International Organisations in Geneva, Ambassador Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, has delivered the UAE's statement before the UN Human Rights Council. This UAE's statement came following a review of the national report of Austria for Human Rights before the Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) At the beginning of his keynote address, Al Zaabi welcomed the Austrian Justice Minister, Wolfgang ...  >>MORE

UAE's address before Human Rights Council's discussion of Oman's Universal Periodic Review

Posted on 06/11/2015

GENEVA: Obaid Salem Al Za'abi, UAE Permanent Representative to the United Nations and Other International Organisations in Geneva, has lauded the positive steps taken by the Sultanate of Oman during the discussion by the UN Human Rights Council's Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Working Group of its national report on human rights. Al Za'abi expressed his profound appreciation for the Minister of Legal Affairs of Oman, Dr. Abdulla bin Mohammed bin Al Saeedi, for his valuable speech spelling out ...  >>MORE

Al Qassim lauds UAE win of UNHRC seat as vote of confidence in its bright human rights record

Posted on 31/10/2015

GENEVA: Dr. Hanif Al Qassim, Chairman of the Board of Management of Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue, said the UAE's win of a second three-year term membership of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), starting from the beginning of 2016, reflected the international community confidence in the active role the UAE plays in humanitarian works and respect for human rights. 'The UAE has set an unparalleled model for promoting values of tolerance, and ...  >>MORE

Human Rights report follow-up committee holds its 15th meeting

Posted on 21/10/2015

The Standing Committee entrusted with the follow-up of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of human rights report held its 15th meeting at the office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Dubai under the chairmanship of Dr. Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs. Dr. Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash is also the Chairman of this Standing Committee. The Committee reviewed the recommendations accepted by the country during the discussion of the second national report of the ...  >>MORE

Politicising human rights file is one of the major challenges facing Arab countries, says Hanif Al Qasim

Posted on 18/10/2015

Dr. Hanif Al Qasim, Chairman of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue Board of Management, has stressed that the politicisation of human rights file is one of the major challenges facing the Arab countries. This came during a meeting with Dr. Sameh Abul Ainain, Head of the Permanent Mission of the League of Arab States, Permanent Representative to the United Nations and international Organisations in Geneva in the presence of Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, UAE Permanent ...  >>MORE

UAE wins membership of Arab Commission on Human Rights

Posted on 07/10/2015

CAIRO: The United Arab Emirates has yesterday won membership of the Arab Commission on Human Rights, ACHR, after elections at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the Arab League, in the presence of representatives of member states. Hani Mohammed bin Huwaidin, a diplomat at the UAE Embassy in Cairo and a member of the permanent delegation, represented the UAE at the meeting The UAE's candidate, Amina Muhairi, Deputy Director of Human Rights Department at the Foreign Ministry, has ...  >>MORE

UAE expresses satisfaction at Sudan's positive cooperation with Independent Human Rights Expert

Posted on 03/10/2015

GENEVA: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has expressed its full satisfaction at the level of positive co-operation the Sudan has shown to the independent human rights expert in the period from 1st December 2014, to 30th June 2015. Delivering the UAE statement before the UN Human Rights Council's interactive dialogue with Aristide Nononsi, the Independent Expert on the human rights situation in the Sudan, Rima Ibrahim Al Manai, third Secretary at the UAE Permanent Mission in Geneva, noted that ...  >>MORE

Hanif Al Qasim stresses need for development of human rights mechanisms

Posted on 02/10/2015

GENEVA: Dr. Hanif Al Qasim, Chairman of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue, has stressed the interest of the centre in organising research activities and training programmes in the field of human rights to promote the values of co-existence. This came during a meeting with Michael Mueller, Director-General of the United Nations Office in Geneva in the presence of Ambassador Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, UAE Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva. The ...  >>MORE

Human Rights activists roundly condemn Houthi militia's atrocities against women in Yemen

Posted on 30/09/2015

GENEVA: Arab and Yemeni human rights defenders and activists have condemned in the strongest possible terms the brutal atrocities, crimes and violations committed by the Houthi militia and group of deposed president Ali Abdullah Saleh against the women in Yemen. Speakers condemned these human rights abuses terming them as "bereft of human sense" and said the perpetrators had no regard for the sanctity of women in Yemen. These crimes, they underscored, had drawn severe criticism and ...  >>MORE

Al Zaabi heads UAE delegation to 30th session of Human Rights Council

Posted on 15/09/2015

GENEVA: Ambassador Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, UAE Permanent Representative to United Nations and Other International Organisations in Geneva, led the UAE delegation to the 30th session of the Human Rights Council, which kicked off yesterday. The Council opened with the discussion of second item of its agenda on updating the activities of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. Addressing the Council, Al Zaabi thanked Zeid Ra'ad Al-Hussein, Higher Commissioner for Human Rights on his valuable ...  >>MORE

UAE participates in international conference on victims of violence

Posted on 11/09/2015

PARIS: The UAE has participated in the International Conference for the Victims of Ethnic and Religious Violence in the Middle East, which was hosted by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Paris. The UAE delegation was headed by Dr. Abdul Rahim Yousef Al Awadi, Assistant Foreign Minister for Legal Affairs, and Maadhad Hareb Mughair Al Khaili, UAE Ambassador to the French Republic. The conference discussed ways to identify concrete measures to address all aspects affecting victims of ...  >>MORE

Fund for supporting victims of human trafficking brings hope to people subjected to exploitation and coercive practices

Posted on 19/08/2015

The Fund for Supporting Victims of Human Trafficking, launched by the National Committee to Combat Human Trafficking, has emerged as a pivotal force in extending support to the victims of exploitation and coercive practices, and has brought solace to several people who were unfortunate victims of human trafficking. Dr. Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Minister of Federal National Council of Affairs, and Chairman of the National Committee to Combat Human ...  >>MORE

Dealing with racism: UAE sets example, says Arab News

Posted on 02/08/2015

Arab News has published an article praising UAE's new anti-hate law, saying that the country has set an example in dealing with the racism. It further says that the law serves to establish a proper relation between members of society and install civil peace. Written by Abdulrahman Al Rashed, the article says that in the past, there existed good ethical standards for rejecting discrimination and promoting coexistence at a time when no laws regulated relations amongst people and between ...  >>MORE

DFWAC’s helpline 800111 receives 552 calls related to abused victims in 6 months

Posted on 29/07/2015

The Dubai Foundation for Women and Children, DFWAC, has received 552 calls through its helpline "800111" related to abused victims of women and children, out of the total 2034 calls it received during the first half of this year, 2015, Afra Al Basti, Director General of the Foundation has said.. She said the calls it received were mostly about family counselling and volunteering and donating. Al Basti said that the number of calls that the Foundation received during the second quarter of this ...  >>MORE

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'Silent Voices' exhibition by human trafficking survivors raises awareness and funds for Ewaa Shelters


EHRA calls UN to declare 2017 year of tolerance


Hanif praises UAE's launch of award, institute for tolerance


DFWAC receives 30 victims of child abuse in the 1st half of 2016


DFWAC helps196 victims of domestic violence in first half of 2016


Dubai Police, Dubai Foundation for Women and Children launch five-year anti-human trafficking plan


UAE partakes in Arab human rights committee meetings


Chairman of Permanent Arab Committee for Human Rights hails UAE efforts to promote human rights culture


UAE takes part in 40th meeting of the Permanent Arab Committee for Human Rights


Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue hails UAE experience


Geneva-based human rights centre calls for standardised int'l charter to fight terrorism


UN Human Rights Council adopts UAE draft resolution on girls' education


Geneva Centre on Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue organises panel discussion on de-radicalisation


UAE joins Arab, Islamic GCC countries in condemning human rights violations in occupied Palestine


European-UAE Human Rights Working Group holds sixth meeting


UAE's anti-trafficking report documents progress, registers 17 cases, involving 24 victims and results in arrest of 54 traffickers in 2015


Human Rights Watch doubles down on terror apologetics


UAE attends ceremony for launch of phase II of Regional Programme for Arab States to Combat Crime, Terrorism and Health Threats


Gargash chairs 16th meeting of UPR Standing Committee on Human Rights report


DFWAC launches "Cases Empowerment Program" to rehabilitate victims of violence for jobs markets


Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue holds panel discussion on Arab women


UAE determined to continue our efforts to strengthen the protection of human rights, says Gargash


UAE sets global role model in fight against trafficking: Gargash


DFWAC to prepare a proposal policy to combat violence against women in Dubai


UAE launches awareness campaign to combat human trafficking


Al Zaabi addresses Human Rights Council during 24th session of Universal Periodic Review


UAE commends Australia's measures to promote and protect human rights


UAE praises Austria's UPR report


UAE's address before Human Rights Council's discussion of Oman's Universal Periodic Review


Al Qassim lauds UAE win of UNHRC seat as vote of confidence in its bright human rights record


Human Rights report follow-up committee holds its 15th meeting


Politicising human rights file is one of the major challenges facing Arab countries, says Hanif Al Qasim


UAE wins membership of Arab Commission on Human Rights


UAE expresses satisfaction at Sudan's positive cooperation with Independent Human Rights Expert


Hanif Al Qasim stresses need for development of human rights mechanisms


Human Rights activists roundly condemn Houthi militia's atrocities against women in Yemen


Al Zaabi heads UAE delegation to 30th session of Human Rights Council


UAE participates in international conference on victims of violence


Fund for supporting victims of human trafficking brings hope to people subjected to exploitation and coercive practices


Dealing with racism: UAE sets example, says Arab News


DFWAC’s helpline 800111 receives 552 calls related to abused victims in 6 months