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.
One of the outcomes of the meeting was an advocacy and action plan for the following weeks and months.
Submitted on Wed, 04/23/2003 - 00:00
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