The international forum included over 150 international key figures from heads of state, ministers, politicians, researchers and journalists from all over the world who discussed several contemporary political, economic and human rights issues that plague the world today.
The Director of the Brussels International Center for Research and Human Rights, Mr Ramadan Abu Jazar participated as a speaker in the MEDAYS international forum in Tangiers, Morocco which was organized by the Amadeus Institute of Rabat.
This international forum, which included over 150 international key figures from heads of state, ministers, politicians, researchers and journalists from all over the world, discussed several contemporary political, economic and human rights issues that plague the world today.
Mr Abu Jazar’s participation, as a representative of the Brussels International Center for Research and Human Rights, was about reform mechanisms for the political situation and adequate frameworks for the stabilization of countries that face wars and internal conflicts especially Libya, Syria and Iraq.
Mr Abu Jazar’s arguments were crucial, especially seeing as he gave solutions regarding development to fight terrorism and failure, and focused on social reform and reconciliation, and the involvement of all parties concerned under the sponsorship of international organizations and neighboring countries.
Alongside Mr Abu Jazar on the Panel were Mr Amr Moussa, former secretary general of the Arab League, Mrs Randa Kassis a Franco-Syrian politician and a leading secular figure of the Syrian opposition and Mr Kamal Kazi former ambassador of Pakistan to the United States among other high ranking officials and decision makers.
Mr Abu Jazar’s Participation, as director of the Brussels International Center for Research and Human Rights comes as a sign of trust from the Amadeus Institute in the Brussels Center, Mr Abu Jazar’s person and position as an academic and a high level thinker.
Among the items on the Forum’s Agenda, were meetings with several researchers and decision makers that applauded the center’s professionalism and quality of work. These forums constitute a stepping stone to further political, social and human rights issues that have caused controversy in the international public opinion.
Brussels International Center for Research and Human Rights values these forums as a civilized platform on which to present insights and solutions to problems facing humanity. The center has contributions all over the world in international and regional forums and has established partnerships with many prestigious universities.
The center will have a conference in Paris, in association with the Paris University for Political Sciences (Sciences Po) on November 21st 2017, which tackles the issue of women in violent extremism, as a result of a study that has taken several months (click here for more information on the event).