Libyan Government honors a member of Nasser Youth Movement during Locomotive Social Peace and Peace Guarantee Conference

Libyan Government honors a member of Nasser Youth Movement during Locomotive Social Peace and Peace Guarantee Conference

The Libyan Government honors Engineer Mohamed Haroon, the graduate of Nasser Fellowship for International Leadership and the member of Nasser Youth Movement, in appreciation of his efforts in development, conflict resolution, and peacebuilding in African societies within the framework of his role as the chairman of the Human Resources and ModernTechnology Authority of the Economic and Social Council of the African Union.

And this came at the conclusion of the Civil Society Conference, which was held in Tripoli, during the period from March 6th to 9th, under the title “Locomotive Social Peace and Peace Guarantee Conference.”

From his side, Mohamed Haroon stated that the Council serves as an advisory board for the African Union and the African heads of state and government. As it aims at investing the expertise of civil society organizations and advocating the voice of the African Union by providing advice to its institutions and within the decision-making processes for the sake of searching for mechanisms to transform the goals, concepts, and policies of the African Union into real effective programs in all the African countries. He also highlighted that the Human Resources and Modern Technology Authority of the Economic and Social Council is based on four major topics which are information technology science, fields of education, enhancing the youth role, and investing in human resources.

In the same context, Hassan Ghazaly, the founder and general coordinator of Nasser Youth Movement, highlighted the pioneering role of Nasser Youth Movement members in Chad in the fields of training, qualification, entrepreneurship, combating corruption, and enhancing the role of youth and women in peace and security fields on national, regional, and international levels. He also highlighted that these efforts received a global response and were crowned with several awards and honors locally and internationally.