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Post by claud39 on Sun Mar 17, 2019 6:42 am

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Baghdad - Mawazine News, 

Director General of NGOs in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers Mohammad Taher Tamimi, Saturday, that the mass graves discovered in Sinjar number (73) cemetery, expected to include the drilling of the opening of 11 other graves in Kojo. 
"The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, in cooperation with the United Nations Development Program, the Ministry of Health and the Martyrs' Foundation, in coordination with UNITAD, supervised the opening of the first mass grave in the village of Kujo in Sinjar district," the statement said. Containing the remains of dozens of Yazidis who died at the hands of the criminal lobbying organization. "
He added that "the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mehdi Alalak during a speech on behalf of the Prime Minister, stressed that the efforts of the Iraqi government to resolve the accumulated problems suffered by the Yazidis, pledging on behalf of the Iraqi government, along with all the Iraqi people and the international community to track down the perpetrators who committed these crimes The right of the village of Kujo and our people of Azidi, who raised his voice, Ms. Nadia Murad, winning the Nobel Peace Prize wherever they were and how long it took to bring them to justice. "
According to the statement, "The Republic of Iraq welcomed Security Council Resolution 2379, which established an independent investigation headed by a special adviser to support the national efforts aimed at questioning and mobilizing all evidence of the severity of all crimes committed by the terrorist gang in Iraq, Full complemented by the international investigation team led by UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy to the United Nations, Counselor Karim Khan, in preparation for the collection, preservation, storage and use of existing evidence in prosecutions against defamatory criminals. Criminal to ensure full respect for the sovereignty of Iraq prosecuted for all crimes committed on its territory. "
He added that "this team has been actively involved in the application of international law and standards in order to protect mass graves from tampering and re-opening them in accordance with the provisions of Islamic law and human values ​​in order to identify the identities of the victims and the consequent legal and legal effects and the preservation and protection of evidence that can be deduced Identities of perpetrators ". 
He added that "the government has sought after the liberation of the Sinjarli district to ensure the cleansing of the region of the elements of the terrorist advocate, and with the great concern that surrounds the file of the missing and not knowing the fate of the Azzidin, but there are efforts have been launched from the joint team between the federal governments and the Kurdistan region and the United Nations follow-up Issues of kidnapped women and children and work to free them and return them to the country. "
For his part, Director General of NGOs in the Secretariat General of the Council of Ministers Mohammad Taher Tamimi said that "our priorities are to identify the identities of the victims and stabilize their numbers, and will allow the families of the victims to know the fate of their children," adding that "the joint teams will not stop until the completion of Fatah The mass graves in Sinjar, which the number of discovered (73) cemetery, and expected to include the excavation of the opening of 11 other graves in Kojo. "
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Under the patronage of the Prime Minister, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Adel Abdul Mahdi and the title (Towards national and international responsibility to support the file of mass graves in Sinjar and achieve justice.

The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, in cooperation with the United Nations Development Program, the Ministry of Health and the Martyrs' Foundation, in coordination with the UNITAD , supervised the opening of the first mass grave in the village of Kuju in Sinjar province, which includes the remains of dozens of Yazidis who were killed by the organization of the criminal advocate .

 

The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers d. The Iraqi government's efforts to resolve the accumulated problems suffered by the Yazidis, pledged on behalf of the Iraqi government, and with it all the Iraqi people and the international community to track down the perpetrators who committed these crimes against the village of Kuju and our people, which raised the voice of the lady Nadia Murad won the Nobel Peace Prize wherever they were and whatever time it took to bring them to justice .

 

He pointed out that the Republic of Iraq welcomed Security Council Resolution 2379, which established an independent investigation headed by a special adviser to support national efforts to bring to justice and to collect all evidence of the severity of all crimes committed by the terrorist gang in Iraq through the full cooperation of the institutions With the International Investigation Team led by the UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy, Counselor Karim Khan, in preparation for the collection, preservation, storage and use of existing evidence in prosecutions against defamatory criminals. The team will assist Iraqi judges and criminal experts to ensure Full respect for Iraq's judicial sovereignty over all crimes committed in its territory .

This team has made effective efforts in the field of applying international law and standards to protect the mass graves from tampering and reopening them in accordance with Islamic law and human values ​​in order to identify the victims' identities and the legal and legal effects thereof and to preserve and protect the evidence that can be inferred in order to identify the identities of the perpetrators .

 

He added that the government has sought after the liberation of the Sinjarli district to ensure the cleansing of the region of the elements of the terrorist advocate, and with the great concern that surrounds the file of the missing and not knowing the fate of the Azzaidin there are efforts have been launched from the joint team between the federal governments and the Kurdistan region and the United Nations mission to follow up issues Kidnapped women and children and to work for their liberation and return them to the country .

For his part, the Director General of NGOs in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, Mr. Mohammad Taher al-Tamimi, said that our priority is to identify the victims' identities and confirm their numbers, and will allow the families of the victims to know the fate of their children, adding that the joint specialized teams will not stop until the completion of the mass graves in Sinjar The number of discovered (73) cemetery, and expected to include the drilling of the opening of 11 other graves in Kojo .

The opening of the cemetery was accompanied by a wide representation of the government, international and popular circles, especially Yazidis and the words of various parties and Yezidi rituals in the presence of the scholars and dignitaries of Isidin to grant permission to open the cemetery with the march of supplications and incense for the clergy. .
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Title of publication:Forensic Anthropologist, P4 (Temporary Job Opening)
Title of employment code:Pathologist forensic
Department / Office:The United Nations Investigative Team on Promoting Responsibility for the Crimes Committed by Daesh / Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (UNITAD)
Duty station:BAGHDAD
Application period:February 20, 2019 - March 19, 2019
o of the call á application:19-Natural and Life Sciences-UNS-SPM UNITAD-112393-J-Baghdad (M)
Staffing ExerciseN / A
UN Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Organizational framework
This position is located within the United Nations Investigative Team to promote accountability by Da'esh / ISIL (UNITAD) and will be based in Baghdad, Iraq. 

UNITAD was established by the Secretary-General to the Security Council resolution 2379 (2017), according to which it is mandated to support domestic efforts to hold ISIL (Da'esh) accountable by collecting, preserving and storing evidence in Iraq to ISIL (Da'esh) in Iraq.
responsibilities
Forensic authority, the forensic anthropologist may be responsible for the following: 

• Oversee forensics aspects in the application of international standards related to the investigation of war crimes, crimes against the humanity, genocide, with special emphasis on the exhumation of mass graves the analyzes of recovered remains, with associated evidence; 
• Interpreters and applies international standards and best practices to all aspects of criminal investigation undertaken by UNITAD; 
• Advise on all steps related to the treatment of a crime scene, especially related to the collection, documentation, preservation, transfer and storage of all kind of physical evidence;
• Advise on the identification of required equipment, tools and materials needed for the above described operations; 
• Advise on the development of programs to enhance the local capacity of local forensic institutions; 
• Advise on the development of common forensic strategies with other international organizations; 
• Advise on the collection of ante mortem data for the purposes of identification of human remains and organizes a system for matching post mortem data; 
• Participate as required in field activities; 
• UNITAD mandate, especially those in the MENA region.
skills
• Professionalism - Shows pride in work and in achievements; professional competence and mastery of subject matter; is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results; is motivated by professional rather than personal concerns; shows persistence when faced with difficult problems or challenges; calm remains in stressful situations. Takes responsibility for incorporating gender perspectives and ensuring the equal participation of women and men in all areas of work.

• Communication: Speaks and writes clearly and effectively; listens to others, answers correctly from others and responds appropriately; asks questions to clarify and exhibits interest in having two-way communication; language, tone, style and format to match audience; demonstrates understanding and keeping people informed. 

• Planning & Organizing: Developing clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies; identify priority activities and assignments; adjusts priorities as required; allocates appropriate amount of time and resources for completing work; foresees risks and permits for contingencies when planning; monitors and adjusts plans and actions as necessary; uses time efficiently.
Training
Advanced University degree (Masters or equivalent), preferably in Forensic Anthropology or related fields is required. A first-level university degree in the field of higher education can be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
Professional experience
A minimum of seven (7) years with advanced university degree (degree from the first year of the university degree) of progressively responsible experience at the national and / or international level, as a forensic anthropologist multidisciplinary approach is required. Experience with an international or multilateral public institution is desirable. Ability to conduct ante mortem data collection using various strategies. Experience working in Iraq or other similar context is desirable.
Languages
English and French are the working languages ​​of the United Nations Secretariat. For the position advertised, fluency in English is required. Fluency in Arabic is desirable.
Evaluation method
The assessment of qualified candidates could include an assessment exercise, which can be followed by a skills assessment interview.
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Under Article 101, paragraph 3, of the United Nations Charter, the paramount consideration in the recruitment of staff must be the need to provide the Organization with the services of persons of the highest standard of work and competence. and integrity. No candidate will be considered by the UN if he has been found guilty of violating international human rights law or international humanitarian law, sexual exploitation, sexual assault or other offense. a minor traffic offense, or if there are reasonable grounds to believe that the candidate was involved in the commission of any of these acts. The term "sexual exploitation" refers to taking advantage or attempting to profit from a state of vulnerability, unequal power relations or relationships of trust for sexual purposes, including but not limited to financial, social or political gain. The term "sexual abuse" refers to any physical intrusion of a sexual nature committed by force, under duress or in favor of an unequal relationship, or the threat of such an intrusion.

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