The National Institute for Human Rights team participated in the international child’s day, organized by Human Rights commission in Kirkuk supported by Heartland Alliance International and the UNICEF, where many organizations and representatives of governmental institutions participated.


The mentioned parties discussed activities carried out during previous period such as, attempting to eliminate children’s begging, cooperating withe MoH to educate the young about drugs and narcotics, addressed challenges facing children under 18 during juvenile detention centers, and challenges facing childhood in Iraq after ISIS, and the escalation of the economic crisis after the global lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic. 

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