By The National Human Rights Center of the Republic of Uzbekistan
On February 15 of this year in the meeting hall of the Cabinet of Ministers on the implementation of the fourth stage of the World Education Program in the field of Human Rights in the Republic of Uzbekistan there was a meeting of the National Commission. It discussed the issue of ensuring the implementation of the decision of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan “On approval of the National Education Program in the field of Human Rights in the Republic of Uzbekistan” adopted on February 7, 2023.
Members of the National Commission for the implementation of the fourth stage of the World Education Program in the field of human rights in the Republic of Uzbekistan participated in the meeting. Members of the Legislative Chamber of the Oliy Majlis and members of the Senate, the Supreme Court and the Prosecutor General’s Office, heads of ministries and organizations, agencies and institutions, rectors of higher educational institutions, and mass media representatives also took part in the offline and online event.
On the implementation of the fourth stage of the World Education Program in the field of Human Rights in the Republic of Uzbekistan
The Chairman of the National Commission A. Saidov drew attention to the approval of two important documents – the National Education Program in the field of Human Rights in the Republic of Uzbekistan and the “Roadmap” for its implementation by the decision of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev on February 7, 2023. The need to organize the execution of these documents in a timely, complete and effective manner was emphasized.
First Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovations K.Karimov, Deputy Director of Youth Affairs Agency D.Kattakhonova and others spoke on the issue on the agenda. The participants spoke about the draft Program for holding the “Human Rights Week” on February 20-28, 2023 within the framework of the implementation of the relevant decision of the President, and expressed their suggestions for organizing the week at a high level.
At the end of the meeting, the Program for holding the “Human Rights Week” was approved. The program include 22 activities, including briefings, press conferences and roundtable discussions, various contests and presentations, meetings with experts, expert communication and scientific-practical conferences.
Human Rights Week is held by the National Human Rights Center of the Republic of Uzbekistan in cooperation with central and local state authorities, state organizations, civil society institutions and international organizations. Events will take place in the entire territory of our country – in the Republic of Karakalpakstan, regions and Tashkent city, districts and cities.