Health institutions receive many cases of children who have been subjected to severe physical violence and torture at the hands of their families using sharp instruments, burning and other inhumane methods, without taking any deterrent punitive measures against the perpetrators of these violations against their children, although Iraq is one of the countries that have ratified the International Convention on the Rights of the Child, which includes multiple measures necessary to ensure children protection at home, school and community . AlSharqia
NIHR, being one of the organizations concerned with protecting human rights, especially vulnerable groups, including children, calls on government judicial institutions as well as those responsible for implementing laws to activate laws, regulations, bylaws, and instructions related to the protection of children, and to impose the most severe legal penalties against perpetrators of violence against children, even if they are their families, to ensure their protection.




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