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Equal rights for worker Women in Private Sector in Kurdistan Region/Iraq
During the last ten years, working women in the private sector and especially in the workplaces or small-sized m......
Making efforts to lessening the impact of war on IDP groups in Slemani especially women and girls
The latest wave of violence of the terrorist groups against a wide area in the middle and north of Iraq forced m......
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Making efforts to lessening the impact of war on IDP groups in Slemani especially women and girls
 
The latest wave of violence of the terrorist groups against a wide area in the middle and north of Iraq forced many people to flee from their own areas and seek safe refuge in Kurdistan Region. The terrorist groups targeted the minority ethnic groups more than other groups and forced them to leave their places. The IDPs who are inhabited in the camps live under bad psychological situation which may lead to worse consequences. The longer they stay the worse they face and undergo.
According to data and information collected from the five host locations in Slemani city (Slemani Governorate), (460) Christian families (1800 person) who fled from Mosul have been inhabited. %57 of them are female and %43 are male. %20 of them are graduates of universities and institutes who can play a good role as supporters of the project as well as potential supporters for future to work for IDPs. Approximately %50 of the IDPs in these five locations are young people who face unemployment and emptiness. However, this atmosphere may push the families to conduct violence against their female members especially girls aged 12 to 17 years old who may face early marriage since the families try to lose some burden in their current situation.
The overall situation of the IDPs is required to be intervened so as to create a social friendly atmosphere and make them familiarize with the new location and people of the city they live currently.

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