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UAE sets a clean record of human rights upholding and protecting human rights

‘The UAE was among the first countries of the world which introduced legislation that guarantee justice and equality to all without distinction of religion, race, colour and language, and is working in a true partnership with the international community to improve human rights in various aspects,’ Al Murr said in his opening remarks at the symposium, entitled ‘Human Rights in the UAE,’ organised by the House’s human rights committee in Dubai.

The event, he affirmed, underscored the deep understanding of the UAE government, civil society organisations and the FNC of the vital importance of deepening respect for, and protecting basic human rights and freedoms and combating human trafficking. He stressed that these rights, which are guaranteed by the UAE constitution and international laws, form key pillars of our tolerant Islamic religion, and inherent UAE values and traditions and constitute core parts of the State’s internal and foreign policy.

‘Since its founding in 1971, the UAE has adopted a holistic approach which concentrates on political, civilian, economic, social, educational, cultural and health rights out of its conviction that human rights is an integrated and interactive system that serves the welfare of the UAE citizens and expatriate residents and enables both to enjoy comfortable, decent lifestyle at par with international best standards,’ he noted. UAE


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