A seminar was held under the supervision of Polytechnic University in Sulaymaniyah and in cooperation with the cihan university at the Titanic Hotel in Sulaymaniyah about the importance of women and racial discrimination in Kurdistan society in terms of legal, political, economic and social issues with the participation of a number of political and cultural figures and women's rights organizations.
Amal Jalal, a member of the Supreme Council for Women's Affairs in the Kurdistan Region, said that "civic associations have a role in establishing the democratic principles of women's rights, but the big responsibility lies with the political parties that can change the inferior view of women and have a supportive role in all fields so that it will be Effective in building a new civilizational democratic society as well as developed countries in the area of women's rights. "
The writer and journalist Adalat Abdullah said that "women have a prominent role in community in Iraq and the Kurdistan region in particular in all frameworks, but despite the existence of this large number of organizations that care about women and institutions we see that it is not at the level of ambition and challenges faced by women with religious heritage and The prevailing traditions in Kurdish society are many, and we need to build a new culture that women can deal with in the present society. "
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