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Iraq: The women of Kosovo and Afghanistan urge Iraqi women to ‘organize and raise their voice’ during reconstruction
Two prominent women’s networks in Afghanistan and Kosovo, representing hundreds of influential women activists, have pledged solidarity to Iraqi women.
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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