Law students from two universities in Hargeisa visited Human Rights Centre as part of an initiative from students who want to create forums inside the universities to advocate for human rights and raise awareness.
The students who are committed and passionate about human rights discussed with the management of the Centre how they can work together.
“We are very grateful for your visit and decision to stand for human rights,” said Hana Mohmed Abdi, a member of Human Rights Centre. “Your work and dedication will add great value to our work,’ she added.
The chairperson of Human Rights Centre, Guleid Ahmed Jama, also attended the meeting and thanked the students.
“Human Rights Centre is very committed to increasing its contacts and cooperation with the students. HRC was created by law students. It is for all the students who want to help their people,” he said.
“It is our pleasure to meet committed law students from University of Hargeysa and Gollis University. They are great students who want to stand for human rights and work with Human Rights Centre,” he added.