Holding a workshop on the training room of the Judicial Planning Department at the Judicial Complex in Karkh
The workshop was held under the title "International Mechanisms for the Protection of Women in Armed Conflict" and on the training room of the Judicial Planning Department at the Judicial Complex in Karkh on Sunday, 6/8/2017, with the participation of (17) .employees from different departments of the ministry
Mr. Qassim Jassim Hattab, Director of Human Rights, gave a lecture on violence against women and development and risk factors leading to sexual violence. The effects of armed conflict and its effects, which produce far-reaching social changes for women, Demolition of family homes and destruction of their property.
After that, the psychological violence, which has stretches over time due to the continued deterioration of security, social, economic and psychological, due to conflicts and the suffering of women who lost her husband and her children to a woman who destroyed her home or living in an insecure environment. The international guarantees were referred to in the treaties and conventions ratified by Iraq, most notably the 1947 agreements, the 1977 protocols, the constitutional guarantees in Iraq's permanent constitution of 2005, and the articles guaranteeing rights and freedoms from Article 13 to Article 46.
The workshop concluded with the discussion of the international mechanisms for the protection of women during armed conflicts, which are generally recognized to protect civilians during wars and beyond, taking more care of women and children. In this regard, the Universal Declaration on the Protection of Women and Children in Emergency Areas came into force.
And armed conflict 1974 Geneva Convention and Additional Protocol 1977, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women 1979, the Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989 and the 1995 Beijing Platform for Action. The most important global transformation in the protection of women during armed conflict is the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 In 2003 and resolution 1820 in 2008..and