Report on the Summary of activities of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization For the period from 15/1/2019 to 30/1/2019
- On 15/1/2019 an authorized spokesman of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization commented that a group was charged with lifting the rubble and removing the abandoned explosive devices in Mosul regarding what happened in the Church of the (Virgin Mary) in the area of Al-Maidan (Hawsh Al-Khan), said that what happened in removing the rubble from the church contradicts with all the principles and origins in protecting the assets of churches and archeological sites, rather than being washed in random mix with the ruins, especially since the church dates back to the sixth century AD and is one of the Christian archeological landmarks in Mosul.
Statement Posted on our websites on 15/1/2019
- Hammurabi Human Rights Organization participated in the meeting held by Yazda organization for Yazidis on 16/1/2019 to discuss the draft Convention on the Rights of the Child. The organization represented by Dr. Mared Abdul Hassan Al-Hassoun, member of the General Board of the Organization.The meeting was moderated by Mr. Hassan Sehem, member of Yazda organization - Baghdad office. Dr. Al-Hassoun in his intervention referred that Hammurabi's consideration is necessary for the development of the law of Children's Rights.
Posted on our website on 19/1/2019
- Engineer Louay Kamal Oraha member of the General Board of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, participated in the workshop held at the Technical Institute in Mosul on 15-16 / 1/2019. The workshop was entitled (Skills of writing project proposals and researches) and was supervised by the Nineveh Consultancy Center (NCCR) in cooperation with the Rehabilitation and Employment Unit at the Technical Institute and in the presence of the Dean assistant of the Institute for Administrative Affairs and a number of its members and citizens of the graduates of universities and institutes in the city of Mosul.
Posted on our website on 19/1/2019
- Pascale Warda, Chairwoman of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, former Minister of Migration and Displaced, member of Iraqi Women's Network received the honor of Mrs. Valerie Boyer member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the French National Council, representative of the eleventh and twelfth districts of the French city of Marseille, and Mr. Julian Raquier Director of the French municipality of Marseille, in appreciation for the honor received from the Human Rights Council of the United Nations / Middle East and North Africa Office (MENA) office within honoring 30 figures in defense of human rights and distinction in the face of all violations against Iraqi citizens.
Posted on our website on 20/1/2019
- The Director General of the NGO Department at the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers Mr. Mohammed Al-Tamimi presented a certificate of appreciation to Mrs. Pascale Warda (Mrs. Sorya Youhana Isho) Chairwoman of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, Former Minister of Migration and Displaced, founding and leading member of Iraqi Women's Network, Member of Women's Advisory Group on reconciliation and politics in Iraq, in appreciation for the honor received from the Human Rights Council of the United Nations / Middle East and North Africa Office within honoring 30 figures in defense of human rights and in recognition of service to Iraqis in monitoring violations of human rights. Mohammed Al-Tamimi thanked Mrs. Warda for her continuous activities in the service of Iraq.
Posted in details on our websites on 24/1/2019
- Pascale Warda Chairwoman of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, Former Minister of Migration and Displaced, founding and leading member of Iraqi Women's Network participated at the ceremony held by the United Nations Office in Iraq at Sheraton – Ishtar Hotel in Baghdad on January 24, 2019 with the aim of formal announcement of Women's Advisory Group on reconciliation and politics in Iraq including a group of Iraqi leading women selected for their experience on human rights, women, politics and legislation. The group included Mrs. Pascale Warda and other female figures.
Posted on our website on 26/1/2019
- Hammurabi Human Rights Organization issued a statement in which mourns the Prince Tahseen Said Ali Beg, who has passed away in Germany, stated that:
We share sadness with Yazidis for the death of the Prince (Tahseen Said Ali Beg) the prince of Yazidis in Iraq and the world. We share the heartfelt condolences with his family, and that Hammurabi Human Rights Organization express solidarity with reaffirming our support to them as they continue their lives in response to injustice and other challenges facing them by the crimes of ISIS also we in Hammurabi Human Rights Organization Rights are sure that the patience and courage of Yazidis is capable of defeating all schemes aimed at their identity, heritage and hopes in safe future.
Condolences posted on our website on 29/1/2019
- On Sunday, 27/1/2019, a relief team visited Sheikhan district, where a center for Yazidi orphans who lost at least one of the parents. The center supervised by Ain Safni organization for Community Development. Hammurabi Human Rights Organization distributed relief items including blankets, rain jackets and towels, as well as (1320) litres of fuel for heating covering 50 orphans ranging in age from the third to the 18th years old who are victims of ISIS including five women and all those involved in the relief are Yazidis who were severely damaged by aggravated crimes of ISIS.
The distribution was held at the orphanage in Sheikhan district of Nineveh province
Posted on our website on 30/1/2019
- William Warda, public relations officer at Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, the director of the "Respond" project and Mr. Yohanna Yousef Tawaya, member of the project team directed to Sulaymaniyah province and conducted interviews with a number of Syrian refugees.
- William Warda, public relations officer at Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, the director of the "Respond" project directed to Sulaymaniyah province and conducted interviews with a number of Syrian refugees on 20-21 January 2019.
- William Warda, public relations officer at Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, the director of the "Respond" project, met the Unified Iraqi Medical Association for Relief and Development on January 24, 2019. The dialogue focused on the organization's officials in the framework of the questions of the Consortium responsible for this project .
- William Warda, member of the Alliance Of Iraqi Minorities Network, public relations officer of Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, participated in the workshop on communication, coordination and advocacy for women's rights held in Sulaymaniyah on 20,21,22 December 2019.
Posted on our website on 3/2/2019