Ambassador Jazairy: “Myanmar’s Rohingyas are denied the right to have rights”

10 November 2017, GENEVA – The Executive Director of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue (hereinafter “The Geneva Centre”) Ambassador Idriss Jazairy emphasized - during a lecture on 10 November at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies - that the denial of equal citizenship rights to the Rohingya population is breeding radicalization and inter-communal violence in Myanmar.

Ambassador Idriss Jazairy calls for enhanced intercultural dialogue to prevent and resolve conflicts

9 November 2017, GENEVA – The Executive Director of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue Ambassador Idriss Jazairy called for enhanced intercultural dialogue to prevent and resolve conflicts around the world. Ambassador highlighted the importance of addressing the sweeping rise of xenophobia, Islamophobia, racism and bigotry that are gaining ground in today’s modern societies. Ambassador Jazairy said:

Dr. Hanif Hassan Ali Al Qassim: “The United Nations is needed more than ever before to promote peace and justice worldwide”

24 October 2017, GENEVA - In commemoration of the 2017 United Nations Day, the Chairman of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue H. E. Dr. Hanif Hassan Ali Al Qassim called for enhancing the role of the United Nations to address issues related to the promotion of peace and security as a platform for collaboration and the advancement of human rights.

Dr. Hanif Hassan Ali Al Qassim: Peace and stability must be restored in the Middle East and North Africa so as to alleviate poverty

17 October 2017, GENEVA - On the occasion of the 2017 International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, the Chairman of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue H. E. Dr. Hanif Hassan Ali Al Qassim observed that the unprecedented rise of violence and insecurity in the Arab region combined, breed poverty and societal decline.

Le directeur exécutif du Centre de Genève : l'héritage spirituel et la vision de l’Emir Abd-el Kader el Jazairy, un fil d'Ariane dans la recherche de solutions aux défis contemporains

16 octobre 2017, NIMES - Le directeur exécutif du Centre de Genève pour la promotion des droits de l’homme et le dialogue global, l'Ambassadeur Idriss Jazairy, a souligné que l'héritage spirituel et la vision de l’Emir Abd-el Kader el Jazairy - le fondateur de l'Algérie contemporaine - étaient une source d’inspiration pour la promotion de l'harmonie et de la diversité dans la région méditerranéenne, berceau du monothéisme.

Geneva Centre’s Executive Director: Emir Abd el Qader el Jazairy’s spiritual legacy and vision, an Ariadne’s thread to solving contemporary misunderstandings

16 October 2017, NIMES – The Executive Director of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue Ambassador Idriss Jazairy emphasized that the spiritual legacy and vision of the founder of contemporary Algeria – Emir Abd el Qader el Jazairy – is key to promoting harmony in diversity in the Mediterranean region, the birthplace of monotheism.

Dr. Hanif Hassan Ali Al Qassim: “Non-violence and lasting peace are key to secure the long-term stability of the Arab region”

2 October 2017, GENEVA/DUBAI – The Chairman of the Geneva Centre Dr. Hanif Hassan Ali Al Qassim is calling on the international community to address the surge of extremist violence exacerbating the volatile security situation in the Arab region. This appeal was made by Dr. Al Qassim in relation to the commemoration of the 2017 International Day of Non-Violence observed on 2 October 2017.

Dr. Hanif Hassan Ali Al Qassim: “The world community must support the efforts of Bangladesh and the UN in offering temporary refuge and protection to the Rohingyans”

2 October 2017, GENEVA/DUBAI – The Chairman of the Geneva Centre for Human Rights Advancement and Global Dialogue H. E. Dr. Hanif Al Qassim appealed to the world community to provide financial, technical and material assistance to Bangladesh and the UN in providing adequate housing and shelter to the approximately 700,000 Rohingyan refugees - entrenched in Bangladesh - after fleeing persecution and oppression in Myanmar.

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