- Hammurabi Human Rights Organization celebrates the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the occasion of the 73rd anniversary of declaration.
- Mrs. Pascale Warda marks the high human value of the Declaration.
- Mr. William Warda: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights express the hopes and aspirations for international and social peace.
- Participants in the celebration praise the efforts of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization in this field.
- Hammurabi honors number of active contributors to the protection of human rights.
Hammurabi Human Rights Organization celebrated the 73rd anniversary of issuing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, carried on by the organization that every human being is aware of the contents and values of the Declaration on the protection of human rights, on the basis of Article1 that generates all human beings free and equal in dignity and rights, giving reason and conscience and must be treat each other in a spirit of brotherhood.
The celebration of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization was held on December 10, 2021 at the Mandi of the Sabean Mandaean Hall, attended by number of personalities and activists in the fields of human rights and civil service, headed by Sheikh Sattar Jabbar Al-Helou, head of the Mandaean community in the world and Iraq, and Mrs. Hana Edwar, President of the Iraqi Women’s Network, university professors, specialized in public relations, a number of members of the Board of Directors of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, and members of the General board. The event was managed by and opened by Mr. William Warda indicating the status of the field work underlying by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as the vessel reflecting all hopes and aspirations of humanity in a free and dignified life free from all forms of domination, containment and marginalization, emphasizing the joint responsibility in defending these rights indicated by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (the text of the speech is published elsewhere on the organization’s website).
speech presented by Mrs. Pascale Warda, Chairwoman of Hammurabi Human rights organization and by Sheikh Jabbar Helou, head of the Mandaean community in Iraq and the world expressing his sincere appreciation for the efforts made by Hammurabi Organization in pursuing the rights of the Iraqi minorities and its extensive field work, Pointing out that Sabean-Mandaeans subjected to more human rights violations and called for a deeper culture of human rights.
The ceremony included honoring number of personalities for efforts in the field of human rights, primarily the protection of human rights.
Other participants also spoke, stressing the many initiatives carried out by Hammurabi Human Rights Organization that affected Iraqis especially minorities and women, and the spread of a culture of violence.
The celebration also witnessed a lyrical artistic aspect presented by the artist Jassim Haidar.