Iraqi youth are looking for a suitable job to support their families, but they are faced by the of foreign workers coming from abroad in large numbers, most of them are without any legal support. They practice various professions, including modest ones and others in large foreign investment companies under forged Iraqi names and info due to the low level of wages, despite the governmental regulations and instructions stating that 50% of the local workforce must be employed in investment companies operating in Iraq. shafaq

NIHR, which is concerned the rights of the youth, is leading today a wide campaign in coordination and support of a number of members of the House of Representatives and influential personalities in society, aiming to put pressure on decision makers in the federal government to provide suitable job opportunities for youth and reduce unemployment.
At the same time, our organization calls for not allowing foreign workers to enter Iraq and crowding out Iraqi youth to find job opportunities that enable them to live in dignity.




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