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National workshop to discuss legal assessment study to measure the compliance of the Iraqi legislation with the related international legislation (CEDAW).
Within the framework of "towards the abolition of discrimination against women" project which falls within the broader framework of the " good governance " program supported by the British Foreign Office . The Arab Center for the Rule of Law and Integrity has organized a national workshop in cooperation with Al-Amal organization on November 2, 2013 at the oil Cultural Center - Baghdad – Iraq. The workshop was to discuss the legal study prepared by judge Hadi Aziz on “Iraqi Legislations and the actual application of the International law and the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of discrimination against women (CEDAW)”.

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- Workshop for trainers on training methodologies and methods

- National workshop to discuss legal assessment study to measure the compliance of the Iraqi legislation with the related international legislation (CEDAW)

- Training for trainers (TOT) on the “Abolition of discrimination against women” in Iraq

- Workshop on strengthening the capacities of the civil societies to advocate the recommendations of the legal assessment study on the compliance of the Iraqi legislation with the related international legislation

The workshop brought together 39 activists in the field of human and women's rights including members of parliament, representatives from relevant ministries and official departments, especially the Ministry of Women's Affairs, the Ministry of Human Rights and the Commission of Discrimination against Women, as well as a range of specialized judges, activists in women's relating issues, and representatives of women's international organizations such as UNDP, UNCHR, journalists, academics, and representatives of the Iraqi non - governmental organizations dealing with women's issues . The sessions included dialogue, effective and active participation of the attendees, during which a set of recommendations was presented and discussed between the participants.
 

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