The International Alliance for Peace and Development (IAPD) did training sessions on the UN human rights mechanisms in Geneva from 8 to 15 November in conjunction with the 34th Universal Periodic Review session in the UN. this course is in cooperation with a number of European, Arab and African organizations interested in the international human rights mechanisms
This training was designed for youth from 18-30 years old who are interested in promoting peace and development. During this course10 youth from 9 different countries have been training on the UPR mechanism, the participants were from (Switzerland, Somalia, Spain, Eritrea, Greece Ethiopia, Ivory Coast, Italy, America)
The most important feature of this training course was that it combined the theoretical aspect by explaining to the participants through a group of distinguished experts in the United Nations human rights mechanisms and second part was practical aspect During the attendance of the participants of the sessions of the Universal Periodic Review at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva
This training comes through the belief of the International Alliance for Peace and Development in the importance of cooperating with the UN human rights mechanisms that contribute to spreading its message, spreading peace, renouncing violence, extremism, hate speech, and spreading awareness of the importance of human rights. This training also works on respecting cultural diversity and coexistence with others. It includes various members from a number of different countries from Europe, Africa, and the Arab countries, which would contribute to the dissemination of the message sought by the international Alliance is spreading the values of peace and the rejection of violence and extremism and respect for human rights.