Crucial and decisive measures taken by the Ministry of Education to its credit regarding not allowing children under the age of 15 to work, especially during the school year, in addition to requiring the Ministry’s instructions to have a primary school certificate or its equivalent as a minimum to obtain work, which requires some children who are forced by difficult economic conditions To work, to enroll in evening schools, illiteracy eradication centers, or accelerated education within their geographical area.
Children are the real capital for the future of countries and their main pillar, which obliges NIHR to call on all those responsible for caring for children from governmental and non-governmental agencies and human rights advocates to take responsibility to allow children the opportunity to enjoy the right to education to ensure their future, and to prepare an educated generation capable to take responsibility for building society.




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