Information Affairs Minister and Board of Trustees
Chairman of Bahrain Institute for Political Development (BIPD) Ali bin
Mohammed Al Romaihi patronized in the Gulf Hotel’s Conference Hall today
a ceremony, held by BIPD, to honour the winning students of the fourth and
last edition of the National Child Rights Competition.
The contest was organised in cooperation with the Ministry of Education with
the participation of 42 public schools. The Information Minister honoured the
students who clinched the top three places in drawing, photography, collage
art and speech writing.
BIPD Acting Executive Director Anwar Ahmed stressed that the competition
aimed to translate the noble goals of the royal reform project in protecting
human rights through a comprehensive system of legislation that preserves
the rights and dignity of the Bahraini person. He thanked Education Minister
Dr. Majid Al Nuaimi for his directives which contributed to the success of the
competition over four years. He also praised the efforts of all administrative
and educational competencies in boosting awareness of the importance of
the competition and motivating the students to participate in it. He expressed
keenness on more cooperation between BIPD and the Education Ministry
regarding other initiatives aimed at ensuring good upbringing of future
generations and bolstering their patriotism.