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On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, people with special needs complain of neglect

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On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, people with special needs complain of neglect Empty On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, people with special needs complain of neglect

Post by rocky Sun 05 Dec 2021, 6:07 am

[size=52]On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, people with special needs complain of neglect and disruption of laws that support their rights[/size]

[size=45]Dhi Qar / Hussein Al-Amil[/size]
[size=45]People with special needs in Dhi Qar governorate revealed that government departments have suspended laws that support their rights, indicating that Law 38 of 2013, which includes many material and moral privileges for the aforementioned segment, did not work, especially in the area of ​​allocating 5% of appointments to the disabled.[/size]
[size=45]Meanwhile, the governor of Dhi Qar, in conjunction with the International Day of People with Disabilities, directed all governorate departments and private and civil institutions to provide the necessary support and care for the segment of people with special needs.[/size]
[size=45]Since 1992, the United Nations has designated December 3 of each year as the International Day of Persons with Disabilities in order to increase understanding of disability issues and support designs that are friendly for all in order to guarantee the rights of persons with disabilities. It also calls for raising awareness of the inclusion of persons with disabilities in life. political, economic and cultural.[/size]
[size=45]Regarding his assessment of the reality and conditions of the disabled segment, the activist in the field of caring for people with special needs, Muhammad Al-Aboudi, told Al-Mada that “this segment is almost neglected socially and governmental despite the issuance of legislation and laws supporting their rights, such as the Disability and Special Needs Care Law No. 38 of 2013,” adding that “ The law guarantees many material and moral privileges for the aforementioned segment, but state institutions, ministries and society in general did not work with them.”[/size]
[size=45]He explained that "the application of the stipulated privileges is almost very slight, such as allocating car numbers for the disabled, and even the school seat designated for the disabled is almost disabled and not benefited from," noting that "the identified job opportunities for the disabled, amounting to 5% of the opportunities available in the private sectors. And the year has not been acted upon.”[/size]
[size=45]And Al-Aboudi added, “The data that I prepared in a special research on the application of the employment clauses in the aforementioned law for the years from 2013 to 2015 showed me that the relevant departments were not notified of the provisions of the law and that it is still disabled and is not being implemented in the field of employment of people with special needs.”[/size]
[size=45]Al-Aboudi pointed out that “some privileges in the law benefit the family of the disabled person more than the disabled person himself, especially the full-time breadwinner and guardianship of the disabled family.”[/size]
[size=45]The activist in the field of caring for people with special needs called on the concerned authorities in the Iraqi government to be more serious in empowering this segment and rehabilitating it to be a productive and useful segment in society by providing it with the opportunity in all the fields that suit it, noting that “many of the disabled possess intellectual and scientific energies.” They are creative and have a high will, and quite a few of them have achieved victories in international sports competitions, not just local ones, as they have excelled in the academic, scientific, media and other fields.”[/size]
[size=45]National legislation has given clear attention to the issue of rehabilitation and rehabilitation for persons with disabilities, as Article 32 of the Constitution guarantees that (the state takes care of the disabled and people with special needs, and guarantees their rehabilitation in order to integrate them into society, and this is regulated by law), while the Law on the Care of Persons with Disabilities and Special Needs defines No. 38 of 2013 The term rehabilitation as a coordinated process of employing medical, social, psychological, educational and professional services to assist people with disabilities and special needs in achieving the maximum possible degree of functional effectiveness to enable them to comply with the requirements of their natural and social environment and develop their abilities to rely on themselves and make them productive members of society whenever possible .[/size]
[size=45]In turn, Hussein Al-Nasiri, one of the disabled people as a result of wars, told Al-Mada that "the situation of the disabled segment is very tragic, miserable and humiliating, especially children and disabled people who suffer from physical impairments such as speech, deafness and mute who are denied employment," noting that "the social welfare grant for the disabled is The others are not sufficient to cover their medical expenses and their living requirements.”[/size]
[size=45]Al-Nasiri pointed out that “people with special needs, victims of previous wars and war remnants of civilians who were disabled before 2003 were not included in compensation and the law did not guarantee their rights, and this is unfortunate,” noting that “many of the civilians who were victims of the wars of the nineties did not receive the appropriate support because they are not Military personnel,” noting that he “reviewed more than one government agency to include him and his colleagues in compensation, but the response was the absence of legal instructions stipulating that.”[/size]
[size=45]Local and foreign studies indicate that the suffering of people with special needs in Iraq is not “limited” to poverty and the lack of attention to them, in terms of providing prosthetic limbs, wheelchairs and rehabilitation centers only, but also the weakness of psychological services, because many of them suffer from deteriorating psychological conditions due to the absence of follow-up for their condition.[/size]
[size=45]For his part, the Governor of Dhi Qar Ahmed Ghani Al-Khafaji, in a statement issued on the occasion of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, which was reviewed by (Al-Mada), directed “all government departments of the governorate, and all private and civil institutions to provide the necessary support and care for the aforementioned segment,” stressing “the application of the law enacted by the Council of Ministers.” Iraqi Representatives.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Khafaji praised the community initiatives provided by the disabled people and the important successes and achievements they achieve in their scientific and practical lives.[/size]
[size=45]Due to what it witnessed from the long and successive wars waged by previous governments, with neighboring countries and international parties, as well as the violent events after 2003, Iraq is one of the countries that includes people with special needs, as civil society organizations interested in this segment estimate their number at more than Two million people, and members of this segment complain about not receiving adequate care and declining the level of services provided to them.[/size]
[size=45]On Monday (June 7, 2021), a number of people with special needs in Dhi Qar governorate organized a demonstration in front of the Special Needs Department building calling for their justice and giving them their legitimate rights, and they raised banners bearing slogans and demands from them (in my country the disabled live between the hammer of disease and the anvil of the unjust state ) and (release the new inclusion, the rights of the disabled are robbed).[/size]
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