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MOI hosts 2nd Security Community Forum alongside National Child Protection Campaign
  • Thursday, February 29,2024

MOI hosts 2nd Security Community Forum alongside National Child Protection Campaign

The General Directorate of Relations and Protocol at the Ministry of Interior organized the second security community forum in tandem with the National Child Protection Campaign, themed Together for a safer Internet for our children, held at the Ministry of Interior building’s lecture hall. 

Major General Salem Ali Mubarak Al Shamsi, Assistant Undersecretary for Resources and Support Services, along with several general directors from the Ministry of Interior, attended the event. Colonel Mohamed Khamis Al-Saridi, representing the General Directorate of Relations and Protocol, delivered the opening speech, followed by a presentation from the Ministry of Interior’s Center for Child Protection. The forum commenced with an informative video demonstration of the Hemayati application, elucidating its role in bolstering child protection and facilitating round-the-clock family communication. 
Subsequently, the forum unfolded with two segments: the first, led by Counselor Alia Mohamed Al Kaabi, Chief of the Family and Children's Prosecution in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, and the second, by General Counsel Karama Al Ameri, Chief of the Baniyas College Prosecution. Both sessions delved into legal frameworks, judicial procedures for safeguarding children, combating cybercrimes, and ensuring societal security. 

Highlighting the significance of the national campaign for safeguarding children on the Internet, the forum underscored the imperative of providing a secure online environment for children, mitigating electronic risks, and fostering collaborative efforts among national and community institutions and governmental bodies to counter online crimes targeting children.  
Discussion points encompassed the features strategies for dispelling social media rumors, case studies illustrating child-related issues, and innovative solutions. Additionally, it explored avenues for bolstering community engagement, sustaining family awareness campaigns, and fortifying rapid response mechanisms to address potential virtual space violations. 
The forum saw the active participation of 200 students from applied technology schools, school representatives, teaching staff, the Abu Dhabi Family Welfare Authority, and a number of the Ministry of Interior officers.


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