Reports talk about Iraq’s decline in one place in the classification of countering human trafficking, and these reports attributed the reason for this to Iraq’s lack of basic standards to countering this crime, and there is no indication of intensifying its efforts to address and eliminate the problem.

There is no doubt that this matter is a source of great concern for NIHR, as it is one of the human rights defenders, which expresses its fear that this problem will grow further if real follow-up is not done and radical remedies and effective legal accountability are not found for the purpose of protecting Iraqi community from its consequences.




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