Ali Sadek Abou-Heif

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Ali Sadek Abou-Heif is an Egyptian human rights scholar, described as one of the leading specialists in international public law and human rights in Egypt and more generally in the Arab world.[1] He was Professor of International Public Law at the University of Alexandria. He was awarded the UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education in 1981.

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Paul Morren
UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education
1981
Succeeded by
Felix Ermacora