Norma relacionada
Iraq
Practice Relating to Rule 135. Children
Section A. Special protection
In 2012, in its Report on Iraqi Children After 2003, the Ministry of Human Rights of Iraq stated:
After the collapse of the dictatorial regime and consequent collapse of state institutions and the continuation of military operations and resulting suffering of children [from] displacement, murder, kidnapping and trafficking[,] among other practices which are a product of wars and bloody conflicts[,] … children and women … are among such vulnerable groups that are least capable to provide protection for themselves.
National strategies, plans, policies supporting childhood
Social policies of reform programs tackled personal security … as well as creating favorable opportunities for … finding solutions to treat the outcomes of wars and to achieve environmental security and identify the challenges facing the children of Iraq, such as the following phenomena: … children as victims of armed conflicts … [and] the dangers of mines on Iraqi children.
Protective measures
Out of the need to secure protection to the children of Iraq, especially the most vulnerable thereof, the [G]overnment of the [R]epublic of Iraq … had adopted a national strategy derived from [the] Iraqi reality to confront challenges threatening Iraqi children. Focus is made now to legislate several acts, programs, and policies to protect [the] most vulnerable and deprived factions of the society including … children victims of armed conflicts[.] 
Iraq, Ministry of Human Rights, Report on Iraqi Children After 2003, 19 December 2012, pp. 1, 4 and 36.