The Deputy Minister of Justice for Human Rights and International Affairs announced the announcement of the Rules of Procedure of the Working Group on Legal and Judicial Protection of Iranians Abroad and said: “We have already designed a mechanism to advise Iranians abroad online and legal legal problems.” Solve them.
Mahmoud Abbasi in an interview with ILNA reporter about the working group for legal and judicial protection of Iranians abroad, said: Recently, the regulations of the working group for legal and judicial protection of Iranians abroad were approved and announced by the Minister of Justice. This working group was under the umbrella of the Supreme Council of Iranians and was transferred today and its secretariat is in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, but the chair of this working group is the Minister of Justice.
He added: “In this regulation, programs to support Iranians abroad are on our agenda. Accordingly, the three specialized committees under this working group have been considered and have started working;” We hope to take further steps to support Iranians abroad.
The Deputy Minister of Justice for Human Rights and International Affairs continued: “Education, counseling and legal problems of Iranians abroad will be considered, so now we have designed a mechanism that can advise Iranians abroad online and problems.” Let’s resolve them legally.
Abbasi said: the civil rights committee of this working group cooperates with several non-governmental organizations that are active in this field, to be accountable to Iranians abroad.
“Another issue on our agenda at the National Authority for the Convention on the Rights of the Child is to create a safe cyberspace for children,” he said. Unfortunately, in previous years, despite the expectations, no space was provided for children. Now, even some thinkers and experts believe that the harms of insecure cyberspace for children outweigh its benefits, meaning that we are forced to use cyberspace.
The Deputy Minister of Justice added: “These are issues that officials should seriously pursue and one of our serious demands is that the High Council of Cyberspace, the Ministry of Communications, the Ministry of Education think of measures in this regard and save families from this concern.” Give.
He said: “We have set up a working group in the Coordination Council of the National Authority for the Convention on the Rights of the Child, of which the representatives of these bodies are members, and we have conveyed our demands to them, corresponded and requested them.
Abbasi continued: “Today we are witnessing the harm of children in other parts of the country, which shows that the use of cyberspace needs monitoring and education.” If a child is at risk, it is the parent’s responsibility to protect him or her. The same is true in cyberspace, and the ground must be provided so that the child is not harmed. Broadcasting and mass media are at the forefront of educating families who need to work together.