The training workshop titled "The Role of Security Officers in the Protection of Human Rights", organized by the STC Rights and Freedoms Department, has concluded today in Aden.
The training workshop was within the framework of the project "Human rights and security" which started on December 20, 2017, targeting in its first phase 22 officers and sub-officers of the Security Belt Forces and Aden Security Department, followed by field visits to camps. The second phase of the project targeted 20 officers and sub-officers of the Security Belt Forces and 12 officers and sub-officers of Aden Security Department.
The six-day workshop aimed at informing the participants on the concepts of the rule of law, human rights, international legitimacy, international mechanisms for protecting human rights from violations and the legal and moral conduct that should be followed by security men when dealing with human rights issues, and at providing them with human rights skills of a humanitarian and legal nature to facilitate the tasks assigned to them and to build trust between them and the citizens in addition to define the rights, duties and obligations of each party to prevent future violations.
At the end of the "Human rights and security" project, a certificate distribution ceremony was held, attended by Niran Souqi member of the STC presidency and head of the Rights and Freedoms department and Colonel Mustafa Ali Mustafa commander of security and control operations. The participants and those who made the project "Human rights and security" possible were honored for their efforts.