Youth document for combating corruption [Archives:2008/1211/Local News]
By: Almigdad Mojalli
SANA'A, Nov. 24 ) Around thirty students from the universities of Sana'a, Taiz and Hodeidah released a youth document for combating corruption last week.
The Human Rights Information and Training Center (HRITC) selected youth from the three universities in tandem with its efforts to promote human rights. Ghazi Al-Samey, media unit officer in the center, said that the students represented Yemeni youth, the largest proportion of the country's population and the cornerstone of its future.
“We selected youth from the three universities for two reasons. First they represent the largest proportion of the country's population and we have a program called the Democracy and Human Rights Clubs in the Yemeni universities which aim to create active youth to be the future leaders,” said Ghazi.
According to Ghazi