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As part of the 16-day campaign to combat violence against women, Al-Zahraa University (peace be upon her) for Women continues its second seminar on this occasion.


Al-Zahraa University (peace be upon her) for Women continued and under the auspices of the General Secretariat of the Holy Shrine of Al-Hussainiya; And with the follow-up of the Women’s Empowerment Unit at the university, its second scientific symposium, entitled (The necessary measures to reduce violence), was held in the large conference hall at the university.
The symposium included a speech by the Deputy of Secretary-General of the Holy Husseiniya Shrine (Hajj Hassan Rashid Al-Abaiji), in which he said: The Holy Qur’an addresses the phenomenon of violence against women as the basic nucleus in raising children and caring for family individuals. It was recommended by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) by saying: “I recommend women well’’.
Then, (Dr. Haider Hassan Al-Yaqoubi), Head of the Psychological Counseling and Educational Guidance Division at Karbala University participated in a lecture in which he explained how to teach women to confront violence and protect themselves because they are the whole of society and not half of it.
Professor (M.M. Sabah Al-Jubouri), specialized in international law and a teacher at Warith Al-Anbiya University, also participated in a valuable lecture in which he dealt with the CEDAW Agreement, which aims to eliminate all forms of discrimination against women and the necessary and accepted measures internationally to achieve equal of rights between men and women in all fields.
Then, a lecture presented by: (Dr. Saba Nizar Al-Khafaji), Head of Mathematics Department at Al-Zahraa University followed it, in which she mentioned the importance of eliminating violence, prevention, solutions and reducing violence against women through educational institutions and global health.
Dr. Rahaf Akl Rajoub, a teacher at Al-Safwa University, also participated in a lecture in which she touched on assessing protective and risk factors and clarifying the principle of respect.
While, Ms. (Noor Al-Karkushi) a teacher at Al-Zahraa University (peace be upon her) for Women / Department of Arabic Language, confirmed in her lecture that violence is a pathological problem and not a phenomenon. It begins with upbringing, education, and the prevailing culture in society and the wrong understanding of religion. Reducing violence in all its physical, material, and social forms lies in several ways, the most important of which is self-refinement.

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