Kirkuk, Kurdistan Women Union celebrates Women's Day

7/3/2019 23:59:00

On Thursday, March 7, 2019, the Kurdistan Women Union, Kirkuk branch organized a celebration at the Palace of Culture, on the occasion of International Women's Day.


In this context, Zhyan Hamid, the official of the Kurdistan Women Union, Kirkuk branch, said that the celebration included a seminar for lawyer Shadia Galal, who spoke about the Iraqi law in the Federal Court for Women and work to achieve its legitimate aspirations. Also during the celebration, and during the celebration an exhibition of handicrafts with the hopes of more than 25 women of all nationalities in Kirkuk was also organized.


On the occasion of International Women's Day, she expressed her warm congratulations to women in the world, Kurdistan and Kirkuk in particular, and the immortality of the women who made sacrifices for freedom and equality.



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