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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.
Afghanistan: Perpetuation of warlordism detrimental to security for women
Once again gender apartheid is being instituted in grave violations of the human rights of girls and women in Afghanistan. This time, the attacks are coming from warlords.
WLUML statement on the war on Iraq
Within hours American and British military forces are expected to attack Iraq in a war that has no international legal sanction.
Iraq/UK: Our life in pieces
Act Together - Women Against Sanctions on Iraq is a group of UK-based Iraqi and non-Iraqi women.
International: UNIFEM - Progress of the world's women 2002
The independent experts' assessment on the impact of armed conflict on women and women's role in peace-building.
Worldwide: "I'm not going to respond to terrorism by becoming a terrorist"
If you'd lost a loved one, would you want revenge? As the world edges closer to war, Rachel Shabi of the UK newspaper 'The Guardian' talks to relatives who believe retaliation is wrong.
Palestine/Israel: Crecher dans le desert
Neta Golan, 32 ans, une des seules Israéliennes à vivre dans les territoires, a épousé un Palestinien dont elle attend un enfant.
Worldwide: Seven women to serve on the International Criminal Court
After 33 rounds of balloting, 18 judges have finally been elected to the International Criminal Court.
Dossier 22: Under Siege in Jerusalem: Three Women Caught Between Two Cultures
“Wanted: Flat for three twenty-something Palestinian women to rent; Must be in Jewish west Jerusalem and free from religious bigots and bombers”.
That would be an honest advertisement if Manal Diab, Sonia and Wafa Khoury wanted to be open about their recent travails on the top floor of No. 16 Iddo the Prophet Street.
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