Kullina Muwatinin is a program developed by PAX and its partners in Iraq and Syria to promote citizenship and prevent sectarian tensions and violence in Iraq and Syria. The program seeks to empower young people and local actors to advocate towards respect for rights and diversity, who will engage in dialogue to produce a new discourse to improve religious freedom and minority rights. The program is funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands and the European Union will run from 2012 to 2016.
Kullina Muwatinin is a program developed by PAX and its partners in Iraq and Syria to promote citizenship and prevent sectarian tensions and violence in Iraq and Syria. The program seeks to empower young people and local actors to advocate towards respect for rights and diversity, who will engage in dialogue to produce a new discourse to improve religious freedom and minority rights. The program is funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands and the European Union will run from 2012 to 2016.
Save the Children is providing immediate, life-saving humanitarian assistance in the areas of child protection, education and shelter & NFI distributionsto children and families affected by the Syrian crisis. In partnership with local and national civil organizations, including Zhya, Public Aid Organization (PAO), Harikar and Community Development Organization (CDO), Save the Children is reaching Syrian children and families throughout the Kurdistan Regional Governorate in both camps and non-camp communities in Erbil, Duhok and Sulimaniyah. For child protection, Save the Children provides Child Friendly Spaces (CFS), which is a safe space for children to engage in play, creative arts, sports and provides a sense of normalcy for children in the midst of crises. Save the Children also recognizes the need to…
18 Feb 2014
Al tahreer Typical society Established a program to develop mechanisms of communication between NGOs and the Iraqi governmental institutions where it worked during the past few months to organize dialogues in all 15 governorates of Iraq through the selection of an organization which worked as a focal point in that province, during these dialogues and workshops involving more than 500 NGOs drafts were produced which represented the views and proposals of the organizations to develop mechanisms for communication between organizations and governmental institutions, at a later stage, the drafts were collected and combined to form one universal draft and was discussed at the general conference held in Baghdad in the Ishtar Sheraton Hotel and was attended by 90 personal of…
18 Feb 2014
Activities Iraqi Association for Human Rights in Basra For the period from 02/10/2014 till 02/17/2014 1 - The regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Iraqi Association for Human Rights in Basra was held at the association's headquarters to develop and discuss the strategic plan for the work of the Assembly and discuss the final accounts. 2 - A delegation from the Iraqi Association for Human Rights in Basra visited Mr. Furat al-Shara, member of the Iraqi parliament to discuss the security situation and services in the district of Zubair, also discussed the possibility of activating the law of night guards in Zubair. 3 - Participation in the introductory seminar for electronic voter card held by the Electoral…
 11 February 2014 – The United Nations said today that it is receiving more reports of civilian casualties and further displacement within Iraq as the conflict in Anbar province continues.Over the last six weeks up to 300,000 Iraqis – some 50,000 families – have been displaced due to insecurity around Fallujah and Ramadi in the province, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reported.The Iraqi Government estimates that it will initially need $35 million to address humanitarian needs caused by the Anbar crisis, which began at the end of 2013, including providing food, bedding and other supplies.UNHCR field staff report that displaced Iraqis are residing in schools, mosques and other public buildings and urgently need various humanitarian items. Pregnant women…