THE BOARD MEMBERS OF TRUSTEES

Mr.Minister / Mohamed Fayek

Member of the Board of Trustees

Present positions
1- President of the Egyptian National Council for Human Rights.
2 – Chairman of the Nile Valley Family Association .
3- Member of the board of trustees of the Arab Organization for Human Rights (AOHR), a non-governmental organization which defends human rights in the Arab World.
4- Vice-President of the Egyptian Committee for Afro-Asian Solidarity.
5- Member of the Board of Trustees of the Lebanese International University.
6 – Member of the Board of Trustees Kemet – Botros Botros Ghaly -Foundation for Peace and Knowledge.

Previous Positions
1- Member of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Darfur 2004-2005 (Under Secretary General of the UN).
2- Human Rights Commissioner at the African Union.
3- Secretary General of the Arab Organizations for Human Rights from 1986- 2008 (Founder with others).
4- Chairman of the Board of Directors of Al Araby News Paper.
5- Minister of Information.
6- Minister of State for Foreign Affairs.
7- Minister of National Guidance.
8- Chief of Cabinet and Advisor to the President for African and Asian Affairs.
9- Elected member of the Egyptian Parliament for two consecutive terms for "Kasr El-Nil" Constituency/Cairo.

Responsibilities
1- Head of the Egyptian Delegation to the Summit Meetings of the Organization of African Unity (conference of heads of states) for three sessions.
2- Representative of Egypt to the fourth Committee of the United Nations’ General Assembly from 1961 to 1965.
3- Close assistant to the African Liberation Movements in the struggle for the independence of African Countries from 1953 to 1971.
4- Founding member of the Afro-Asian Peoples Solidarity Movement.
5- Egyptian representative to different international conferences and special representative of the Head of state, with special missions, to Arab and African states.

Publications
Several published research papers on Africa as well as on Human Rights issues. Among his most important works is the book on Abdel-Nasser and the African Revolution.