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Hail University celebrates the International Anti-Corruption Day and the International Human Rights Day

12/10/2023 12:00:00 AM

Under the patronage of His Excellency the President of the University, Professor Dr. Rashid bin Musalat Al-Sharif, the Deanship of Student Affairs at the University of Hail, in cooperation with the College of Sharia and Law, organized an event to celebrate the university’s celebrations of the International Anti-Corruption Day and the International Human Rights Day, today, Sunday, Jumada al-Awwal 26, 1445 AH, corresponding to (December 10, 2023). In the university city.
In the beginning, the President of the University of Hail toured the exhibition of student clubs and colleges, learning about the efforts of the colleges in activating this occasion, where faculty members and students reviewed their efforts in activating this occasion, and the exhibition included a plastic corner containing artistic paintings about combating corruption and the Kingdom’s efforts to eliminate it.

Then the scientific sessions began with the introductory session, which was opened by the Dean of the College of Sharia and Law and the Supervisor of the University’s Intellectual Awareness Unit, Dr. Majid bin Abdul Rahman Al-Sama’an, pointing out the legal foundations of financial and administrative supervision and control, including self-monitoring of individuals, and the Kingdom’s role in applying the Qur’an and Sunnah to combat corruption and establishing regulations that prevent it.

The first session was entitled “Development under the Values of Integrity,” in which speakers addressed the preventive aspect that is closely related to values and morals, strengthening religious faith, the Kingdom’s efforts in issuing rules and regulations, and the procedural aspect of combating corruption, such as transparency and disclosure, and procedures related to regulations, legislation, and regulations within government agencies. The importance of the employee’s familiarity with the Code of Conduct so that the employee knows his rights and duties, and the levels of conflict of interest.

The second session dealt with “the Kingdom’s efforts to protect human rights.” It began with an overview of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s application of human rights through Islamic Sharia, as 18 human rights conventions exist in Islamic Sharia and legislation in the Kingdom, and that human rights are based on four principles. The first is God Almighty’s honoring of mankind, and the state has granted the citizen the right to education, public health and care, the right to stability and security, and the human right to litigation. An independent human rights commission has been established and is directly linked to the king, aiming to protect human rights in accordance with human rights standards in all fields.

In the third session, “The Culture of Integrity and Anti-Corruption among Students,” members of the Student Integrity Club provided an introduction to the club, the importance of developing a sense of integrity and combating corruption among students, and ways to prevent it.

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