From the aspect of that young people are the hope and positive energy of society, the National Institute for Human Rights (NIHR) has been keen to involve them in a distinctive way in most of its various activities that are appropriate for their ages, genders, and cultures, and to ensure the development of their cognitive capabilities and skills to meet the challenges of their daily life.

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