Mohamad Safa ( Arabic: محمد صفا; born March 8, 1991), Patriotic Vision Permanent Representative of the United Nations, and its Executive Director.
Early life and education
He was born in Lebanon on 8 March 1991.
Safa went to Mohamad Saad School, in Aabbassiyeh, then continued his education in Saida where he graduated Sanitarian Baccalaureate from Sidoon University in 2014. He was then a research at many International and local Organizations, where he gained his experiencing in human rights and development. He is currently studying History and International Relations at the Lebanese University.
Safa helped strengthen cooperation and communication among the business, political and non-governmental sectors in regions of long-standing political, ethnic and religious tension. In 2016, he began his career at the international conference in United Nations headquarters to defend human rights for everyone, everywhere. and to seek development plans and humanitarian assistance in emergency situations. He also had a strong stand with Women, Migrants, Refugees and Especially with minorities around the world and sought to secure their rights and basic requirements in line with his message "Minority is a blessing, Majority is a curse."
As a political and social figure, Safa honed his diplomatic and social skills and has continued to put them to use. He believes strongly that personal dialogue and relationships are critical to conflict resolution. Through his participating in conferences and missions, Safa has developed close personal relationships with leaders in many nations, including heads of United Nations and members of national parliaments. He also had the largest and most fundamental role to obtain the special consultative status for Patriotic Vision at the United Nations ECOSOC.
In a public service and humanitarian career that spans more than 10 Years, Safa has worked across political, religious and ethnic lines to champion economic development, humanitarian assistance, education, and intercultural and interfaith cooperation for the most vulnerable people across the globe, especially in Lebanon. For the past 10 years, Safa has worked with influential leaders, United Nations and on-the-ground programme managers on projects to foster peace, reconciliation and economic progress.
As a basic assistant in writing and launching the Patriotic Vision Child Protection Policy in Lebanon in 2015, Safa provided a steady hand in moments of crisis (during and after). His leadership enabled the assistance of thousands of children and ensured access to food, healthcare and education for the most vulnerable children and reducing modern slavery. As well as development, environmental and social action.
As Patriotic Vision Permanent Representative, the remit of Safa's position includes the right to criticize those nation's governments who are monitored and found to abuse human rights. Since these statements concern domestic policy issues of UN member-states, frequent arguments against criticism is that the censure of individual states are close to impinging on state sovereignty.
In November 2016, Safa opined on the United Nations 9th session of the Forum on Minority Issues, the so-called Minorities Rights. Safa urged Human Rights Council to take care to prevent violation of minorities rights.
On July 2017, Safa expressed concern over the tension between Refugees/Migrants and Citizens, whom he has described as a "Intolerant", saying that: "If we want to temper the tension between Refugees/Migrants and Citizens... I think we as the international committee should provide more support to the host communities and benefit the host citizen from such contributions (water, electricity, infrastructure projects, education and medicine), thus achieving stability, development, contribution and social integration between the Refugees and the citizens.
Safa also drew the Importance of Women Participate in Political and social affairs, saying that “Gender Equality can only be achieved after the man's and states conviction of the woman's power and its important role in development, this is what we are working on within the Global Goals and agenda 2030. Because some old cultures continue to spread that women’s role is to build a family not a society. So it's time to eliminate these thinking from minds."
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