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Under the slogan of “Education is the right of all”


Under the slogan of  “Education is the right of all”

Tammuz Organization for Social Development held the fifth awareness workshop in a series of workshops in the free legal clinic in Al-Anbar on 25/4/2017 at Al Salam Camp (Amiriyat Fallujah), which coincided with the International Education Week campaign.
, Where the workshop was devoted to the definition of the rights of displaced persons, procedures for their return to study, problems and obstacles faced by displaced students.
The workshop was attended by 48 participants and representatives of civil society organizations in the camp and representatives of MSF; the workshop was opened by Mr. Ali Ghazal, who welcomed the attendees. He then gave a brief summary about Tammuz Organization for Social Development, legal clinic and its services for the displaced, and International Education Week campaign aimed at improving the quality of education and providing it for all, This theme was addressed in the workshop to inform the displaced about their right to educate, their right to return to school and catch up with what they have missed, provide an appropriate environment and school structure. Later, our colleague Adel Ibrahim, the lawyer of the legal clinic, talked about return procedures, required documents, and concerned authorities, which should be checked to complete their official papers, for the purpose of returning to their homes and to live in peace and safety. The lawyer also mentioned the need to pay special attention to education, especially to displaced students who were unable to study or complete their studies due to displacement and that official authorities must open schools for them. He also pointed out that the rights of the displaced to educate and learn are obligatory, and that the state should also provide the necessary educational supplies to them, he stressed to the displaced families on urging their children to continue studying in order to achieve the goals set within sustainable development. 
In the event of their return to their homes, the organization's colleagues stressed to the families that it is necessary to check the directorates of education in the liberated areas to integrate their children into students and return to their studies that guarantee them the right of education and to continue their educational journey.
The return to school procedures are summarized as the following:
1-Bring a letter of confirmation from the school where the displaced student is studying and certified by the Ministry of Education representative at the place where he was displaced.
2-Bring a letter of no objection from the school where the student wants to start and study in, the letter must be addressed to the school, in which he\she is still studying.
3-The letter shall be addressed to the school in which the displaced student will embark his\her study in the liberated areas in which schools have been opened.
And then, discussion to inquire and make suggestions on the education of displaced persons, were permitted. After answering with the participation of associate lawyer Enas Khalil, it shows that the challenges facing the process of return to schools are as follows:
- 1-Many students left their studies because of the conditions of displacement and their desire to return to study at a time when the academic year is over..
- 2-The destruction of a number of schools because of the war, which reduced the number of qualified ones, fewer  hours of  study, and more than one school shift at the same day. In addition to that, schools are far away from the housing of many students.
3- Lack of return of a lot of teaching staff, which affected the course of the school day.
Recommendations to help IDPs to return to school:
-Provide sufficient governmental and organizational support to open and rehabilitate non-functioning schools.
-Provide free training courses in schools to compensate for the days affected by the conditions of displacement.
-Intensify the efforts and encourage all returnees to initiate the return procedures to schools by their children, whether they started the study during the period of displacement or those who have gone out.
At the conclusion of the workshop, participants expressed their support for the demands of the Education Week campaign and the demands made by the statement of the Iraqi Coalition for Education after being reviewed through the workshop. Thanking the legal clinic team for free information and their availability and willingness to provide legal services free of charge .
The Media Office of
Tammuz Organization for Social Development
27th April , 2017

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