“Law Culture” Educates Students about “Positive Patriotism”
The Law Respect Culture Bureau at the General Secretariat of the Office of H.H Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior (MoI) showcased a number of scientific publications and booklets. The bureau also gave an awareness educational lecture discussing the laws of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) during the “Law Day” exhibition, which was organized recently by UAE University.
Captain Nasser Rashid Al Ka’bi, Chief of the Peripheral Offices Section, stressed the MoI’s keenness to bring together the efforts of the governmental agencies and the civil society organizations to raise awareness and spread the law culture amongst all segments and categories of society.
On the other hand, the bureau organized two lectures on Positive Citizenship, for 250 female students in “Al Taweelah” and “Al Resalah” schools in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain.
Lieutenant Abdullah Mohammed Al Muhairi, from the Community Education Section, discussed the concepts of patriotism, loyalty, and belonging to the country. These aspects are represented by devotion in work and science, unlimited giving, dedication to serve the country and preserve its gains.
“Giving back to the UAE can be illustrated by the love for the leadership, society, and family, and by preserving public properties as they are national achievements. Working towards excellence is also very important,” he said. He also reviewed UAE citizen role models, who are dedicated in their love and service for the UAE, and give all their efforts to preserve its gains and achievements.