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10 years after the war, Innocent New Lives are Still Dying and Suffering In Iraq. Human Rights NGO publish the Report of a Fact Finding Mission on Congenital Birth Defects in Fallujah, Iraq in 2013 This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Iraq War. After the war, particularly in the most recent few years, a deeply troubling rise in the numbers of birth defects has been reported by doctors in Iraq, leading to suspicions that environmental contamination from the war may be having a significant negative effect on the health of local people, and in particular infants and children. For instance in Fallujah, the city heavily attacked by the US twice in 2004, the data of Fallujah General Hospital…
This new report monitoring human rights (specialized in the situations of consumers in Iraq and KRG in 2012-2013) is result of work performed by Al-Messala, Peoples Development Association (PDA) and the Civil Develompent Association (CDO). The report is available in Arabic, English and Kurdish...
Through its project (Women for legislation fair), the Iraqi Institute started a process for legal reform that is open to parliamentarians, ministries, designated state entities and non-governmental organizations, and members of provincial councils, in order to promote and facilitate the enactment of a stronger and more effective legislations to protect and strengthen the rights of women in the Constitution and within the framework of international human rights standards. The report/press release is available in Arabic...
14 Apr 2013
The Inma' Center for Researches and Studies released a report on 3 April 2013 titled "Assessing the Political, Social and Cultural Conditions and the Course of Civil Society in the Babil Governorate." The report is availabe in Arabic using the link below.  
The Mandaean Human Rights Group released a report on the situation of the Mandaean community in Iraq and Syria (report attached below).
The study titled "Conditions and Rights of IDPs and Returnees in Four Governorates of Iraq" was produced by Al MADARIK Foundation in partnership with NRC and UNHCR. The main objective from this study was to examine the level of awareness and access to rights for IDPs and returnees, and government response to the needs of these groups in the four provinces of Baghdad, Ninewa, Diyala and Anbar. Report attached below in English - Arabic
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