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    Activists demand punitive sanctions against discrimination against women

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    Activists demand punitive sanctions against discrimination against women Empty Activists demand punitive sanctions against discrimination against women

    Post by Rocky Tue 31 Oct 2017, 2:19 am

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    Activists demand punitive sanctions against discrimination against women


     Baghdad / Range 

    A number of women's rights activists in Iraq on Monday called on the Iraqi government to implement local laws and international obligations on women's rights, stressing the need to adopt media as a key partner in spreading the concepts of eliminating violence and discrimination against women in the country.
     This came on the sidelines of an educational workshop organized by Tammuz Organization for Social Development on contractual and non-contractual mechanisms for the protection of human rights with the participation of a number of university graduates and institutes at the Directorate of Sports and Youth in the city of Nasiriyah.
    "The focus of the workshop was on the mechanism of eliminating discrimination against women known as the CEDAW, how to respect the rights set forth in the treaty and its annexes, and the extent to which these articles are implemented, especially after the change of regime in Iraq," the organization said in a statement. 2003 ". 
    "The obligation imposed on the Iraqi government to write periodic reports, and the role of organizations in monitoring and control, which results in a shadow report on the government report shows the reality and commitment to the Convention from the point of view of civil society supported by documents and data." 
    "The importance of raising awareness and educating women's rights, particularly in rural and remote areas, and the adoption of media as a key partner in disseminating the concepts of women's rights, eliminating violence and discrimination against women, and encouraging them to establish family television programs and education to respect 
    rights"
    The workshop also called for "the amendment of the curriculum in line with human rights and women and promotes the achievement of gender equality and the role of women and respect for their rights, and amend the laws to achieve deterrent penalties for anyone who violates the rights of women and children and practices violence." 
    The participants stressed "activating the role of the judiciary and the executive authority on the application of penal penal laws against all violators of women's rights and the importance of legislating a law against domestic violence."

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