Doha: The Accreditation Subcommittee (SCA) of the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions (GANHRI) has renewed its A-status accreditation from the National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) for the third consecutive time, over a period of 15 years.

As part of the renewal of accreditation, the National Human Rights Committee continues to maintain the highest status ranking that can be granted to it from 2010 to 2025, after which it will be subject to re-accreditation.

Commenting on the occasion, the President of the National Human Rights Committee, Maryam bint Abdullah Al Attiyah, stressed that the renewal of the “status A” accreditation of the CNDH for the third consecutive time is a clear indication that the Committee is on the right track in the field of the protection and promotion of human rights; noting that the independence of the CNDH is one of the main reasons for its retention at the top of national human rights institutions.

Since its creation, the National Human Rights Committee has made steady progress towards transparency and independence, which are one of the most important conditions for obtaining “A” accreditation, added the president. of the NHRC.

She noted that this accreditation was obtained through real will and will, and States respond to the recommendations of the National Human Rights Committee to advance all that would preserve human dignity in all aspects. of life.