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Iraq: Initiatives to address women's active participation in post-conflict reconstruction
In recent weeks numerous actors from within the United Nations, national governments, civil society organizations and media have mobilized to address the situation of women in Iraq.
Iraq: Shiite and Sunni Muslims struggle to fill leadership void
Anti-American protests in Iraq, such as the April 28 incident in Fallujah that left an estimated 15 Iraqis dead, should not come as a surprise to Washington.
Iraq: Women and men working in equal partnership for the future of Iraq
A recent meeting was held in London with Iraqi women’s organizations from the diaspora, UNIFEM UK, and a number of UK women’s organizations to discuss how to ensure women’s participation in post-conflict reconstruction in Iraq.
Iraq: Talking with friends and family about Iraq
War on Civilians, War on Women
Iraq: Diary of a human rights observer in Baghdad
Jo Wilding is a British woman in Baghdad, staying there as a human rights observer - going out, taking witness statements for possible legal cases and reporting on the situation.
Iraq: We do not want tears, we want solidarity by Farida Akhter
Following her trip to Baghdad from 5-9 March 2003, Farida Akhter writes about her experiences and thoughts.
Iraq/UK: Our life in pieces
Act Together - Women Against Sanctions on Iraq is a group of UK-based Iraqi and non-Iraqi women.
Iraq: Where are Iraq’s women?
Iraq, some women fear, is in danger of becoming a man's world. Efforts to establish an interim government that reflects the country's diverse ethnic and religious character are gathering pace.
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