- Mrs. Pascale Warda, Mr. William Warda and Dr. Hamid Shehab present summaries of the organization view on the subject
- The meeting came at the request of the Norwegian delegation because Hammurabi organization has the experience and the field follow-ups on displacement, migration and asylum issues
Mrs. Pascale Warda, Chairwoman of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, Mr. William Warda, Public Relations Officer, and Dr. Hamid Shehab, Honorary Member of the Organization's General Board met a high level Norwegian delegation from Norway's Immigration Service is visiting Baghdad on an exploration tour to find out the causes of Iraqi emigration.
The Norwegian delegation was headed by Mrs. Georgine Asky from the Immigration Appeals Board in Norway. During the meeting, Hammurabi discussed the situation of refugees and displaced people and the statistical data on migration, the level of return, the causes of migration and the survival and challenges faced by IDPs and refugees in Iraq in general.
The delegation also met Mr. Roar Haugsdal the Charge d'Affaires and the Minister Plenipotentiary Counsellor at the Royal Embassy of Norway in the Jordanian capital, a non-resident diplomat in Baghdad. The meeting was held on 26/3/2019 at the Swedish Embassy in Baghdad and discussed a number of topics related to Migration and its causes.
Mrs. Pascale Warda, Mr. William Warda and Dr. Hamid discussed Hammurabi vision of aspects of migration and its negative impact on Iraq. They also noted that the organization is now responsible for the "Response" project within an alliance of 14 universities and research institutions and with the support of the European Union within 'Horizon 2020' Which is devoted to field research on the phenomenon of migration with its facts and its effects on its exporting and receiving countries.
It is to be mentioned that the Norwegian delegation is the one who requested to meet with a delegation from the Hammurabi Human Rights Organization for its experience in the field of human rights and because it has a civil jurisdiction known to follow up the issues of displacement, asylum and migration.