- Continuation of the second workshop on the Advocacy and Capacity-building project to support the Iraqi government to fulfill its obligations related to children's rights
- The training workshop is within four workshops with the support of UNICEF to promote the work of the government team
- Mr. William Warda the Project Manager said: the provided facilities by the Iraqi Ministry of Justice has a major effect on the success of this project.
The second workshop on the Advocacy and Capacity-building project continued on November 9, 2020 to support The Iraqi government to fulfill its obligations related to children's rights (the work of the government team)
The workshop was held at the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice in Baghdad, comes within four specialized workshops supported by UNICEF and in cooperation between Hammurabi Human Rights Organization and the Bawabet Al-Adala Organization.
The second day workshop began with a speech by Mr. William Warda to move the discussion based on the documentary film presented on the first day workshop dealing with several issues including complaint registration mechanisms, maintaining the confidentiality of complainants names, and the ways to be adopted to ensure the correct information given by the victims and when violations are serious and pose a threat to international peace.
In her intervention Mrs. Pascale Warda Chairwoman of Hammurabi Organization shed light on international laws and the problems facing its application, then came the response of Mr. Warda to provide an extended briefing on how to follow up the recommendations of United Nations on human rights, in particular the rights of the child.
Dr. Mohammad Turki Al-Obaidi, Director of the Human Rights Department at the Ministry of Justice, presented a lecture pointing out that the dealing is done through the Iraq mission that delivers the report to the Commission of Human Rights, which in turn studies the reports and submits the concerned state to accountability in light of the Human Rights Agreement, as well as through the information contained in the reports of civil society organizations (shadow report) and during discussion the answers supposed to be accurate and timely.
To that ,Mr. William Warda the Project Manager ensured that the provided facilities by the Iraqi Ministry of Justice has a major effect on the success of this project and that the program started on October 25, 2020 the day of the first workshop.