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CNDH pavilion created interaction with thousands of visitors, 300,000 followers on Facebook and Twitter platforms, 120 national and international participants and hundreds of children

"30 Universal Commitments for Human Dignity"

On Sunday 11 June 2023, the CNDH pavilion wrapped up its event at the 28th Chapter of the International Publishing and Book Fair (SIEL), which was organized from 1 to 11 June 2023 in Rabat, Morocco.

This year, the CNDH Pavilion celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). It organized this event under the slogan: 30 Universal Commitments for Human Dignity. Through this event, the CNDH aims to reiterate the priority of human rights to ensure their implementation and effectiveness.

Ms. Amina Bouayach, CNDH Chairperson, indicated that the CNDH presented the UDHR through several expressions of human rights successfully, as their embodiment in Moroccan society. Thousands of visitors, in person or through social media platforms, participated in the momentum created by the UDHR and its implementation.

Over ten days, the CNDH Pavilion hosted thousands of visitors, including different groups, ages, and nationalities. It organized 11 seminars, facilitated by 120 Moroccan and foreign experts and actors from several fields, and 22 meetings on several creative books and literature addressing current human rights issues.

Institutional and civil partners, national and international, and activists in the field of human rights took part in this event.

At the CNDH morning sessions, hundreds of children from the 12 regions of the Kingdom expressed their concerns and aspirations through words, theatre, painting, songs and music. These sessions aim to implement the principle of participation that the CNDH advocate for its institutionalization.

The CNDH Pavilion was an open and inclusive space. It embraced all groups. The CNDH was keen to provide access for persons with disabilities through sign language, tactile paving system for blind and visually impaired persons, and accessibility for visitors with mobility disabilities, including accessible writing tables and reception shelves.

The CNDH was also keen to enhance its digital interaction with its followers on social media platforms. It broadcasted live all its activities. It interpreted in sign language 66 hours of its activities directly online.

This event contributed to achieving automatic interaction on the CNDH Facebook and Twitter platforms. 300,000 people viewed at least one of the CNDH’s 300 posts and tweets in various languages (Arabic, Tamazight, English and French) and at least 43,000 interacted with it.

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