To  combine joint efforts between non-governmental institutions and independent bodies for the purpose of identifying the extent to which human rights standards and workers and the employment of local manpower with foreign investment companies operating in Iraq. Creating a safe learning environment for our children, A joint visit was organized between NIHR, representatives of office of the Independent High Commission for Human Rights and members of the Women’s Advisory Board – Kirkuk to the work sites of the foreign company tasked with building 44 model schools in Kirkuk

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