- Hammurabi Human Rights Organization opens new horizons of public relations and expands its field presence
- Opening an office for the organization in the center of Dohuk Governorate, after completing all registration procedures under the laws in force in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq
Hammurabi Human Rights Organization opens new horizons to strengthen public relations and expand its field presence. As the third of January of 2023 witnesses the opening of the organization's office in the center of Dohuk governorate which coincided with the attention paid by the organization to celebrating the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The opening ceremony was sponsored by Mrs. Pascale Warda, Chairwoman of the Organization, Mr. William Warda, Director of Public Relations, Dr. Mohammed Kathem, Member of the Board of Directors of the Organization and Head of the Studies and Research Committee, and a number of members of its General Board.
The opening ceremony was held after the completion of all legal procedures under the laws in force in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Participants were Mr. Shimon Shlimon Esho, Deputy Governor of Dohuk, and His Excellency Bishop Azad, Archbishop of the Diocese of Dohuk and Amadiya district of the Chaldean Church, accompanied by a number of priests and church figures, including Father Yoshiah, the priest of the town of Araden. Mrs. Clara Odisho, the deputy in the Parliament of the Kurdistan Region, Mr. Iskandar Mohammad, Director General of the Department of Migration and Displaced, number of lawyers, jurists, social figures and representatives of civil organizations.
Mrs. Pascale Warda briefly addressed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights historically and implicitly, pointing upon number of human rights issues and the difficulties that the organization faced in documenting human rights issues.
The opening ceremony witnessed deliberations on some of these issues and the eagerness of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization's to reach to the facts of violations to which citizens are subjected, and the importance of winning their rights in order to safeguard their human dignity under international instruments and the provisions of the Iraqi Constitution.