Oman’s National Committee For Family Affairs Discusses Impact of Media on the Young

Minister of Social Development
Minister of Social Development

Muscat (ONA) : The National Committee for family affairs today held a meeting during which it discussed the impact of media means on young people, a proposal on childbirth leave for working women and cases reported to the Public Prosecution Department. The meeting was held under the auspices of Dr. Laila Ahmed Al Najjar, Minister of Social Development, chairperson of the committee.

The National Committee for Family Affairs, established under Royal Decree No. 12/2007, specializes in drafting policies and programmes on family welfare. It is tasked with coordinating with official authorities and voluntary organizations and encouraging research in family matters.

The committee also follows up and implements decisions and recommendations issued within the context of international conferences. In addition, it offers opinions on related agreements and liaises with Arab and international committees and councils.

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