Freedom – Hope – Equality – Justice and other phrases aimed at promoting peace and community solidarity were the title of the drawings carried out by young volunteers under the auspices of the National Institute for Human Rights at the Green Plain Primary School in the Hawija District Center, which has a sustainable impact on establishing peace among students and has a sustainable impact on their ideas and aspirations.




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