The Committee for Economic Rights and Persons with Disabilities Unit of the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) held a workshop on Wednesday to discuss and discuss the role of banks in providing banking services and products suitable for persons with disabilities in the banking sector, in the presence and participation of Mr. Sherif Lukman, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank for Financial Inclusion Affairs and a group of leaders of the Central Bank and banks The session was opened by Ambassador Moushira Khattab, President of NCHR, explaining the importance of this file in light of the continuous efforts of NCHR to promote and support the rights of persons with disabilities in light of the National Strategy for Human Rights, starting with the Integrated Services Card, which NCHR was able, through coordination with the Council of Ministers, to accelerate the pace of its issuance, especially for people with severe disabilities. Muhammad Mamdouh, Chairman of the Economic Rights Committee of NCHR, explained the importance of this file in light of the efforts of all state institutions to promote economic rights for all Society groups, especially those with special care, particularly persons with disabilities, where today’s meeting comes to follow up on the extent of the Egyptian banks’ commitment to the periodic book issued by the Governor of the Central Bank regarding work to facilitate the services provided to them within the framework of Law No. 10 of 2018, in addition to discussing coordination and joint cooperation between NCHR, the Central Bank and various banking sector institutions with the aim of working to promote economic rights in the light of the National Strategy for Human Rights, in addition to discussing cooperation in spreading the culture of human rights among workers in the banking sector . Mr. Sherif Lukman, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, explained that Egyptian banks work within a framework of integration and not Competition in improving the quality of services provided to persons with disabilities, as many gains have been achieved in this field, such as training employees in various bank branches on mechanisms for dealing with persons with disabilities, in addition to obliging banks to apply the accessibility code for persons with disabilities in their branches with a rate of not less than 10% of The number of branches owned by each bank, in addition to developing a set of services dedicated to this important group and working to provide products that suit their needs. Ambassador Fahmy Fayed, Secretary-General of NCHR, Dr. Hoda Awad, Professor of Political Science and member of the Economic Committee, and Representative Hala Abu Al-Saad, Undersecretary of the Projects Committee, participated in the session, as well as Small and Medium Enterprises in the House of Representatives, representative Ahmed Samir Zakaria and representative Noha Al-Sharif, members of the Economic Committee in the Senate, Representative Naglaa Al-Osaili, representative of persons with disabilities in the House of Representatives, Kyrollos Nabil, Director of the National Program to Promote Concepts of Financial Inclusion, and gentlemen, managers and leaders of the financial inclusion and social responsibility sectors in the Central Bank, Bank of Cairo, Suez Canal Bank and the Bank Al-Masry Al-Khaleeji, Attijariwafa Bank, The United Bank, Housing and Development Bank, and National Bank of Kuwait, as well as the Economic Rights Committee of NCHR.