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 The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization

The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization is a registered Iraqi Non-Government Organization (NGO).

It takes its name from the Code of Hammurabi, the first code of Laws in History which came from Iraq.
Based in Baghdad with branches throughout Iraq it is non-profit, non-sectarian and non-political. Human rights and humanitarian relief organization.
The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization is governed by a Board of Directors made up of prominent members of the community and is supported by donations from the general public and other interested parties.
Its main work consists of researching, finding and assisting with the promotion of Human Rights in Iraq and in direct assistance to those who have suffered as a result of some Human Rights violation.
 
 
The Goals of the Hammurabi Human Rights Organization
 
1. Defending Human Rights at the local, regional, national and international levels.
2. Monitoring the Iraqi Government and all legislation on the basis of the Iraqi Constitution and international treaties to which Iraqi is a party to ensure conformity to each.
3. Working to educate Iraqi Society on the importance of Human Rights in particular for the most vulnerable, particularly children and women and members of Iraq`s minorities the Yezidis, Sabian, Mandaen, Turkoman, Assyrian, Armenian and others.
4. Direct humanitarian aid to the most vulnerable in the form of food, medicine, clothing, emergency housing and legal and professional counseling.
 
 
The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization Activities
 
1. Iraqi Constitution – The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization was directly involved in the preparation of the Iraqi Constitution.
2. Iraqi Legal Affair – The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization was and continues to be involved directly in the Iraqi Judicial system assisting in updating laws on the Federal and Supreme Court level in collaboration with Iraqi and international organizations including the Amman Center for Human Rights and the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq.
3.Iraqi Prisoners – The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization assists Iraqi Prisoners through the Justice Network for Prisoners to monitor the Human Rights of all Prisoners and was one of the founders of the organization.
4. Iraqi Christians – The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization prepared the first exhaustive report on the violation of the Human Rights of one of Iraq’s most vulnerable groups the Christians and continues to update the report and monitor the community.
5. Assistance to Displace in Iraq the Hammurabi Human Rights Organization provides emergency humanitarian assistance to Displaced Persons in conjunction with the Iraqi Displacement and Migration Ministry, CSI and other organizations...
6. Assistance to Displaced Refugees Outside Iraq – The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization works with other international organizations including The Coalition for The Defense of Human Rights in Jordan, The Center for Global Strategies, CSI, The Religious Freedom Coalition and other organizations to assist Iraqi Refugees in Jordan, Lebanon and other areas.
7. Communication – The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization issues regular reports concerning the Human Rights situation in Iraq including condemnation of violence against Iraqis by armed and outlaw groups, the escalation of sectarian and religious violence and other Human Rights violations.
8. Elections The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization in conjunction with the Sun Network and other organizations regularly monitors Iraqi Elections to make sure they are, free and open.
 
 
 
The Hammurabi Human Rights Organization
Ministers Compound
Baghdad, Iraq
 
Office Number: 5410916 (1) 964+
Iraqna Number: 7901448651 (0)694+
Website: www.hhro.org
 

To see the bylaw of Hammurabi human rights organization, please go to the link mentioned below, as PDF file.

The Bylaw of Hammurabi Human Rirgts Organization.

 

 

 
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