Education promotes nations, promotes peace and prosper, and this requires efforts and continued work with active and influential groups in society, therefore, a group of young people affiliated with the project (adolescents and young people renounce violent extremism in the districts of Hawija and Daquq) which is implemented by the National Institute for Human Rights Organization met with the educational superintendent in the Directorate of Education in Daquq district, during the meeting, the problems and challenges facing the educational process were discussed and research was carried out in drawing plans to overcome them, as well as motivating children to continue learning and the role of education in CVE.




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