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#CopingWithCOVID19 The COVID-19/Coronavirus global pandemic has exacerbated the vulnerabilities of those already at risk. Those already facing socio-economic challenges, the displaced, and those that suffer from abuse are even more desperate for support and services.

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Slide WE ARE HIRING Work for a prosperous Kurdistan with equal opportunity and protection of rights for all APPLY Sexual Harassment: It’s No Joke Sexual harassment of women and girls in Kurdistan is widespread – on the street, online, in taxis, in schools, and in the workplace. It makes us fearful and keeps us from fully participating in school, work, community, and public life. This harms all of us. Think Before You Act In Iraq, many young women are subjected to harassment, exploitation, and abuse due to manipulation of their photos. It may seem innocent, but it's not a joke and can have dire consequences for the victim. And sharing this edited photo on social media is not only wrong, but in Kurdistan it's also illegal.

We need to act! #StopAbuse #StopGBV #دەستدرێژی_بوەستێنه
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