Jordan: Jordanian Public Security Department has recently updated that the National Center for Human Rights visits the Women’s Reform and Rehabilitation Center under the direction of Chairman Samar Al Haj Hassan.
“The visit was conducted by the delegation from the National Center for Human Rights, chaired by the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Samar Al-Haj Hassan, who visited the Women’s Reform and Rehabilitation Center on the auspicious occasion of International Women’s Day,” said the officials from Public Security.
According to the updates, the delegation from human rights paid the visit to review the best efforts and services rendered to the hostels in the presence of the Director of the Reform and Qualification Centers, Dean Falah Al-Majali.
On his part, the field dean said the reform work carried out by the management of correction and rehabilitation centres aims to preserve the rights of residents and provide them with necessary humanitarian care in compliance with national legislation and international covenants that protect human rights.
The dean further cited the importance of the collaborative and integrated relationship between the Directorate of Public Security and the National Center for Human Rights and Institutions. The official, which falls within its vision, is the application of the ideals of humanity.
For her part, the Chairman of the Secretariat of the National Center for Human Rights applauded the Directorate of Public Security’s efforts in taking care of the women during or after their suspension.
The Chairman of the National Center praised the efforts as part of its continuous approach to reform, providing a high level of care, healthcare and service and providing the requirements of decent living to the women of the centre to become more able to engage in the society is when they have served the period of arrest or the sentence issued to them under the law.
In the end, the delegation was accompanied by the Director of the Center, Alia Obaid, inside the Center’s facilities and inquired about the nature of services provided to the hostels, assessed the level of services offered by the Center for hostels that they witnessed on the ground during the visit, which meets the highest international standards in the field of human rights.