Through our follow-up of the investment companies operating in Iraq and in charge of building model schools, cases of failure to provide a suitable, healthy and dignified environment for eating for local workers of these companies have been monitored at the work site No. (12 B) in Kirkuk governorate, and we inform our young people to report similar cases that contradict the dignity and human rights through social networking sites (National Institute for Human Rights – An Iraqi NGO (nihriq.org) / (20+) Facebook / المعهد الوطني لحقوق الانسان (@national_institute_for_h.r) • Instagram photos and videos / National Institute For Human Rights (@NihrSameer) / X (twitter.com)).
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