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HCHF Secretary-General in Dubai

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DUBAI –

The human fraternity project aligns perfectly with the values of Costa Rica, said H.E. Costa Rican Vice President Epsy Campbell Barr during a meeting with Higher Committee of Human Fraternity (HCHF)Secretary-General Judge Mohamed Abdelsalamon Thursday in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

 

Judge Abdelsalam stressed the HCHF’s commitment to advancing women’s empowerment and rights, and thanked H.E. Campbell Barr for her participation in the HCHF 2021 Women’s Forum held virtually last March.

 

For her part, Vice PresidentCampbell Barr – an economist by profession – emphasized the urgent action needed from both men and women to advance gender equality, particularly as the COVID-19 pandemic has threatened to set back economic development for women.

 

“This is the time to make decisions that generate different solutions and work with women-specific policies in all areas of development,” she said.

 

Vice President Campbell Barr said that the Document on Human Fraternity – co-signed by His Holiness Pope Francis and His Eminence the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Ahmed Al-Tayeb on February 4, 2019, in Abu Dhabi – is very crucial to the world today. She noted that the Document comes at an extremely critical time in human history and said that the Document opens new doors of hope, calling for genuine cooperation and mutual understanding between peoples around the world. She promised to do her best to promote human fraternity values and support the mission of the HCHF.During the meeting, the two parties also expressed their appreciation for the support and care provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and patron of human fraternity, to the HCHF and his belief in this humanitarian project that transcends differences in order to promote fraternity and peace.

 

For his part, Judge Abdelsalam reiterated the Document on Human Fraternity’s call for the recognition of women’s rights includingthe right to education, employment, and political involvement.

 

Judge Abdelsalam alsopraised Campbell – Costa Rica’s first woman of color to become vice president – for being a rolemodel to young men and women.

 

“Women around the world face immense challenges, especially amid the coronavirus pandemic, and we need more distinguished female leaders like yourself, who are committed toadvocating for effectsolutions to help women,” Judge Abdelsalam told Campbell Barr.

January 25 2022

DUBAI –

The human fraternity project aligns perfectly with the values of Costa Rica, said H.E. Costa Rican Vice President Epsy Campbell Barr during a meeting with Higher Committee of Human Fraternity (HCHF)Secretary-General Judge Mohamed Abdelsalamon Thursday in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

 

Judge Abdelsalam stressed the HCHF’s commitment to advancing women’s empowerment and rights, and thanked H.E. Campbell Barr for her participation in the HCHF 2021 Women’s Forum held virtually last March.

 

For her part, Vice PresidentCampbell Barr – an economist by profession – emphasized the urgent action needed from both men and women to advance gender equality, particularly as the COVID-19 pandemic has threatened to set back economic development for women.

 

“This is the time to make decisions that generate different solutions and work with women-specific policies in all areas of development,” she said.

 

Vice President Campbell Barr said that the Document on Human Fraternity – co-signed by His Holiness Pope Francis and His Eminence the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar Ahmed Al-Tayeb on February 4, 2019, in Abu Dhabi – is very crucial to the world today. She noted that the Document comes at an extremely critical time in human history and said that the Document opens new doors of hope, calling for genuine cooperation and mutual understanding between peoples around the world. She promised to do her best to promote human fraternity values and support the mission of the HCHF.During the meeting, the two parties also expressed their appreciation for the support and care provided by His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and patron of human fraternity, to the HCHF and his belief in this humanitarian project that transcends differences in order to promote fraternity and peace.

 

For his part, Judge Abdelsalam reiterated the Document on Human Fraternity’s call for the recognition of women’s rights includingthe right to education, employment, and political involvement.

 

Judge Abdelsalam alsopraised Campbell – Costa Rica’s first woman of color to become vice president – for being a rolemodel to young men and women.

 

“Women around the world face immense challenges, especially amid the coronavirus pandemic, and we need more distinguished female leaders like yourself, who are committed toadvocating for effectsolutions to help women,” Judge Abdelsalam told Campbell Barr.

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