Fatima Al Kaabi, a pioneer and active personality figure in the field of human rights at the local and regional levels, with extensive professional experience, as she worked to maintain and implement law and order and promote harmonization of human rights policies and practices.
Al Kaabi is the deputy chairperson of the NHRI and has held many positions due to her experience in the field of strategy, quality and excellence, future foresight, and the legal and human rights field, where she used to work at the General Command of Abu Dhabi Police.
She holds a Master's Degree in Human Rights, a Bachelor's Degree in Law, and a Professional Diploma in Human Rights from the International Council for Law, Arbitration and Human Rights in the United States of America.
She is considered an international assessor accredited by (EFQM), and certified auditor by (LRQA), and has prepared many researches, studies, and training materials in the field of human rights in general, and international humanitarian law in particular, for example: (Protection of civilians in non-international armed conflicts), (Torture of the accused to make him confess), (Administrative corruption and its impact on human rights) and (the rights of the elderly in Islam).
Al Kaabi is a researcher, activist, and trainer in the field of human rights, and has distinguished professional and technical expertise in this field. She is a member of the national cadre specializing in human rights, and she has completed more than (56) specialized training courses in areas related to international law, human rights, and other sectors.
She received many awards, including (the Minister of Interior Award) and (the Commander-in-Chief Award of Abu Dhabi Police). She also received more than (15) medals, and (47) thanks and appreciation certificates from various parties for her effective role and her professional and legal excellence.
Al Kaabi is also an accredited lecturer in the field of human rights, and has implemented many training courses and spread the culture of human rights, mainly at the level of law enforcement officials, and among the most important courses held by (international bodies concerned with the protection of human rights), (police work and human rights) And (human rights in local, regional and international legislation).
She made many benchmarking comparisons to determine the level of human rights at the local and international levels, in addition to her community participation as an active member of a number of civil societies.