The Republican People's Party honours "Ahmed Negm," a Nasser alumni
The Republican People's Party honoured Ahmed Gamal Negm, a graduate of the third edition of the Nasser Fellowship for International Leadership and a member of the Nasser Youth Movement. This took place during a celebration organized by the party at its headquarters in New Cairo, honoring the members of the Central Secretariat for their efforts over the past period. The event was attended by Engineer Hazem Omar, the founder and president of the party; Professor Ahmed Abu Hashima, the party's vice president; Major General Mohamed Salah Abu Homaila, the party's general secretary; the head of the parliamentary body in the House of Representatives; Mr. Ahmed Al-Alfi, the assistant general secretary for organisation and membership affairs; and Dr. Zaher El-Shanqiry, the party's official spokesperson.
As for "Negm," he has a rich history of field contributions and organic influence, especially in the areas of youth locally and internationally. In addition to his role in promoting concepts of participation in the public sphere, enhancing their societal responsibilities in the context of their influence, and encouraging political participation and societal development, he played a prominent role in establishing the Civil Education Programme in Egypt in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth and UNICEF.
"Negm" works as a communication skills trainer and has trained more than 5,000 young people in civil education. He also worked in the civil parliament as a trainer, consultant, and contributor to the development of programmes and capacities for youth at the Ministry of Youth and Sports. He worked as a trainer for the People of the Nile Solidarity Project and facilitated workshops for the Nasser International Leadership Scholarship. He represented Egypt in various international forums, including Syria, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia, and contributed to the development of the Identity and Nationality Guide in Gulf countries.
It is worth mentioning that the Nasser Youth Movement, as a developmental movement, aims to enhance the active participation of youth in society, encouraging the establishment of platforms for youth participation in decision-making at the national, regional, and continental levels. It also seeks to support youth in exercising their right to development by launching programmes, training, and qualifications for them to understand their rights and responsibilities within the framework of democratic educational processes. Additionally, it emphasises their right to citizenship, decision-making, governance, and leadership, fostering technical skills and confidence for their participation in these processes, in accordance with the African Youth Charter.