NHRF Literary Award to Nepali Ramzan Ali Miya
Kathmandu: Nepali Coordinator of the National Human Rights Committee, Qatar, Professor Mohammad Ramzan Ali Miya has been awarded the NHRF Literary Award 2020.
A joint committee of the International Human Rights Foundation and the NHRF Foundation has decided to honor Miya with this award. On the occasion of the second anniversary of the NHRF Foundation and the 72nd International Human Rights Day 2020, the National Organization for Human Rights and Human Welfare has honored Miya in honor of various citizens of the world.
Miya, who is also an expert in Gulf countries, especially Qatar and its law, Sharia law, and Arabic language, has been living in Qatar for a long time and has been doing significant work for the expansion of Nepal-Qatar relations and the rights and interests of Nepalis living there. Miya has been honored by the organization in this year’s literary genre. This year, including Miya 33 people have been honored by this organization.
Professor Miya is in Qatar since 2007, is studying human rights and protocol and international affairs, and has a double MA in Arabic language literature.
In the process of selecting the representatives of dozens of human rights organizations from around the world, the National Society has selected Professor Miya, who has been awarded the Ratna Samman, as its representative in Qatar. Even before this, Professor Miya has translated various laws and legal books of Qatar including the Nepali Labor Act into Nepali.
Miya is the first Nepali to be honored while honoring distinguished personalities who have made significant contributions in various fields of the world including Nepal and India. Miya is also being awarded the Bharat Samaj Seva Ratna later this year.
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