The Permanent Representative of Iraq delivers a speech at the high-level meeting concerned with the evaluation of the United Nations Global Action Plan to Combat Trafficking in Persons
Iraq’s Permanent Representative, Ambassador Mohammad Hussein Bahr al-Uloom, delivered the Iraq statement at the high-level meeting concerned with the evaluation of the United Nations global plan to combat trafficking in persons, which included
Iraq’s commitment through its accession to the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and the Protocol on Trafficking in Persons
The Iraqi Council of Representatives enacted the Anti-Human Trafficking Law No. (28) of 2012 and continued to review the law periodically with the aim of modernization and development in light of changes and to ensure optimal implementation of the protection of human rights.
The efforts of the Iraqi government to train and develop capacity to enforce law based on anti-trafficking laws, in addition to efforts to dismantle trafficking networks and bring perpetrators to justice
Providing health and psychological services to victims and referring them to protection services, in cooperation with civil society organizations
Welcome the adoption of the Political Declaration on the Implementation of the Global Action Plan to Combat Trafficking in Persons and include language in it stressing the need to aid Member States by providing training and capacity-building in the provision of health and mental care services and psychosocial support for the recovery and reintegration of victims.