Monday, May 27 / May 2013 17:40
Launched today by the Ministry of Education new approaches for each of the primary and secondary schools in Iraq. It aims to increase the awareness and perception of the concepts of integrity, transparency and human rights and the Secretariat.
A statement of the UN, the agency received all of Iraq [where], a copy of it, "The Ministry of Education has designed the new curriculum in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme [UNDP This is the new and innovative initiative is the first of its kind to progress in Iraq.
She Jacqueline بادكوك, Resident Coordinator of the United Nations Development Programme, according to the statement, that he "will be through these approaches instilling important values in the next generation in Iraq."
She added that "corruption is a problem that still haunt the state where Iraq has been rated as the eighth most corrupt countries in the world in 2012, according to Transparency International, corruption continues to obstruct the way for the development prospects of Iraq, despite the abundance of resources."
She continued, "increase the curricula of students' understanding of ethical issues through practical examples and realism and through discussions directed. Will teachers incorporate the themes in the solid material studied by children, and will also include the initiative lessons on building respect and respect for others will be based on international best practices that are in line with the Convention on United Nations Convention against Corruption signed by Iraq. "
He explained that "curriculum is designed to foster a generation estimated values of integrity, transparency and honesty, and will provide anti-corruption curriculum to schools and the Ministry of Education during the 2013-2014 school year."
We have the United Nations Development Programme in Iraq since 1976. Working since 2003 to support the government and Iraqi people in مرحلتهم of transition towards reconciliation, peace and stability. And supports the United Nations Development Programme also emergency projects for Physical Rehabilitation in addition to improving the quality of the delivery of basic services, including health, water and electricity.
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