Issam Shiha: The human rights simulation session at the Youth Forum is similar to the one in Geneva

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Tuesday 11 January 2022

Books – Moataz Abbas:

Issam Shiha, a member of the National Council for Human Rights, said that 111 young people from 47 countries attended the simulation session of the Human Rights Council at the World Youth Forum, adding: “I felt like we were in Geneva and the session was real.”

And “Shiha” added, in his interview on the “Al-Hayat Al-Youm” program, broadcast on “Al-Hayat” channel, today, Tuesday, that the simulation session talked about very important topics, and it included a fierce attack, the use of international human rights tools, and criticism of some countries.

He explained that in the simulation session, there was an attack from a human rights organization against Egypt, and it was answered by the representative of Egypt in the session, as this attack was responded to with seriousness and objectivity and the use of tools and machines.

He continued: “Every country said its concern and the youth were talking very violently because they had Hamas, and Sisi entered and was under attack by one of the Arab human rights organizations attacking fiercely against Egypt, and he was responded to with seriousness and objectivity and with policies that were practiced, presented and accepted criticism.”

For his part, Abdel Latif Farouk, the representative of Egypt in the Human Council simulation session in the activities of the World Youth Forum, confirmed that the simulation model has become a tradition in the World Youth Forum and a microcosm of the decision-making process.

Farouk confirmed in a telephone interview to the “Life Today” program, that some regional issues of concern to peoples were discussed and we talked about reaching solutions and recommendations, and we also talked about the repercussions of the Corona pandemic on human rights, and preparing for any emergency scenario that could happen, as happened in the simulation session. today.

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