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National Human Rights Institutions
- Saudi Arabia

National society for Human Rights

The National Society for Human Rights is a human rights organization associated and funded by the Saudi government. King Abdullah Ibn Abdulaziz established the organization on 9 March 2004. The organization seeks to protect human rights and preserve human dignity as decreed by Allah. The main office is in the capital of the Saudi Arabia, Riyadh and it has five branches in Mecca, Al Madinah, Al Joof, Jazan and Dammam.

Address: Al Muhamadiah neighborhood

P.O Box 1881 Riyadh 11461
Phone No: +96612102223
Fax No: +96612102201

King Abdul Aziz Center for National Dialogue

On 24 July 2003 a royal decree to establish King Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue was issued by King Fahad Ibn Abdulaziz. The National Dialogue Center seeks to create a new environment which will facilitate dialogue among various sections of the society with the aim of promoting public interest and consolidating national unity based on the Islamic faith.

Address: King Abdul Aziz Center for National Dialogue

P.O. Box 89866 Riyadh 11461
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Phone No: +96614877027
Fax: +96614877029 Ext: 212
National Program to Help Job Seekers (HAFIZ)

On 18 March 2011 a royal decree to establish HAFIZ was issued by King Abdullah Ibn Abdulaziz HAFIZ is a government project that provides financial assistance to Saudi men and women who are searching for employment.

Phone No: +96614789175

National Anti-corruption Commission (Nazaha)

King Abdullah Ibn Abdulaziz established the National Anti-corruption Commission (Nazaha) on 18 March 2011. The main function of the commission is working on protecting integrity and combating corruption in the bodies within the Commission’s specializations, to create work environment of integrity, transparency, honesty, justice and equality in these bodies.

Phone No: +96612644444
Fax: +96612645555



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