A seminar in which a film was presented on the participation of women in combating extremism and establishing peace
The College of Medicine at the University of Diyala held a seminar in which a film was presented on the participation of women in combating extremism and establishing peace, on: 26 March 3202, in Diyala Governorate – Diyala Medical College
Where the seminar showed the definition of violence and the systematic use of violence or the threat of violence to instill fear to force people and communities and intimidate them for religious, fundamentalist, political and ideological goals.
With regard to women’s participation and the merits of Security Council resolution 1325, the seminar clarified the resolution’s call for increasing women’s participation at all levels of decision-making and in conflict resolution processes, participation in peacekeeping forces, respect for the rights of civilian populations, refugees and internally displaced persons, protecting women from physical violence and avoiding amnesty for crimes committed in the war against women.
At the end of the symposium, a film entitled “Farah” was screened, which was produced by the Faculty of Medicine in cooperation with the Humanitarian Calligraphy Foundation within the Women’s Voices program funded by the International Cordaid Organization, whose idea dealt with the determination of women to reach the goal despite the loss of all the ingredients they need to be able to face challenges and contribute to peacemaking