UOITC Organizes  Lecture on Concepts of Preventing Violent Extremism

The Department of Guidance and Educational Counseling at the University of Information Technology and Communications organized an awareness lecture on preventing violent extremism. The university hosted Dr. Jasim Al-Sadr, who discussed the concept of extremism, violent extremism, components, forms, causes, motives, and consequences of extremism, as well as its effects, in addition to the early signs of extremism. The lecture also proposed a strategy for community initiatives aimed at combating violent extremism.
Al-Sadr pointed out that extremists see their ideas as applicable at all times and places, relying on ideological, political, racial, and sports extremism. Causes that lead to extremism include illiteracy, ignorance, family disintegration, biased fatwas, and deviant ideas, which affect social peace, security, development, and the absence of freedoms.
The lecturer also addressed proposed strategies for addressing these issues, including strengthening family-based social networks, activating the role of education at all levels, and the prominent role of media in broadcasting prevention programs and utilizing all means to protect society, especially young people, from extremist ideas.


The University organizes a blood donation campaign for cancer and anemia patients

The Department of Media and Government Communication and the Volunteer Work Committee at the University, in cooperation with the National Blood Transfusion Center at the Ministry of Health, organized a blood donation campaign for cancer and anemia patients.
This campaign aims to spread awareness of the importance of donating blood to patients suffering from leukemia, thalassemia, and hereditary anemia, and those injured and wounded in military operations.
This initiative, organized by the University, aims to provide community and humanitarian services and meet the needs of the blood bank.
University professors, employees, and students participated in the campaign, for feelings of the suffering and need of patients lying in hospitals who are waiting for blood transfusions from time to time to save their lives from death.
The campaign also focused on spreading the culture of volunteer work and consecrating it among segments of society by organizing such activities, including spreading awareness of the importance of blood donation to save the lives of patients and providing assistance to those suffering from chronic diseases or those who need a blood transfusion, depending on its type.
The Media Department and Volunteer Work Committee also provided some guidance to donors in order to ensure their safety.

The Legal Affairs Department organized a lecture on the legal protection of new appointees in academic institutions

The Legal Affairs Department at the University of Information Technology and Communications organized an awareness lecture on the legal protection of new appointees in academic institutions, as per the vision of the University’s Service Law.

The lecture covered the definition of University Service Law No. 23 of 2008 and the legal regulations for new appointees in academic institutions.

The lecture aimed to highlight some of the problems faced by new appointees with degrees, particularly the issue of indexed publication requirements in international repositories to allow new appointees to teach, and to explain the legal intersections with such conditions, as well as the guarantees that include protection for new appointees, including interference in job responsibilities.

The lecture was presented by Dr. Mohammed Abdul Aziz Jaber, head of the university’s legal department, and Assistant Professor Rami Ahmed Kazem from Ibn Rushd College of Education at the University of Baghdad.

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