- During the meeting Mrs. Warda briefly reviewed the activities of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization
- Mrs. Valerie Bouayette appreciates Mrs. Warda's efforts and the outstanding human rights activities
- Agreement to hold a photographic exhibition on the activities of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization
Mrs. Pascale Warda Chairwoman of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, former Minister of Migration and Displaced, member of the Iraqi Women's Network, met Mrs. Valerie Bouayette, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the French National Council and representative of the eleventh and twelfth districts of the French city of Marseille.
The meeting was attended by Mrs. Claudine Hernandez, Service Officer at the Bureau of Mrs. Bouayette and Mr. Jean Pierre, a well-known expert interested in the Iraqi issue. The meeting held on 7/1/2019 during Mrs. Warda's work tour in France.
They exchanged views of issues concerning Iraqi-French relations and the importance of opening fields of joint work to allow Iraq to get benefit from the French experience. Mrs. Warda provided a summary of human rights and humanitarian relief activities of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization in Iraq.
Mrs. Valerie Bouayette expressed her happiness and appreciates Mrs. Warda's role of humanitarian and human rights referring to the honor she received from the United Nations Human Rights Council / Middle East and North Africa Bureau (MENA) when she was selected with 30 distinguished personalities in supporting human rights.
Mrs. Bouayette also expressed her hope for joint projects with Hammurabi Human Rights Organization in Iraq. It was therefore agreed to hold a photographic exhibition of the activities of Hammurabi Organization in the town of Mrs. Bouayette, similar to the two exhibitions held by Mrs. Warda in Strasbourg and Paris in December 2018 receiving media attention and visitors because of the documentary photographs on the distinguished activities implemented by the organization on human rights and relief, in support and defense of the rights of Iraqi citizens and the succeeded network of relationships and partnerships in collaboration with organizations and many organizations and institutions of human rights and relief.