MIDDLE EAST
New Partnership for Peace in Iraq



By   /  3 February 2019   

Meeting in Baghdad between RSC Fellow and Senior Advisor Ms. Siham Al Jiboury and H.E. Pascale Warda, Former Iraqi Minister of Immigration and Refugees and President of the Hammurabi Human Rights Organization (HHRO). The meeting, coordinated by RSC Chairman Emiliano Stornelli, was also attended by Mr. William Warda, HHRO General Director and Head of the Alliance of Iraqi Minorities.

RSC and HHRO signed a Memorandum of Understanding, giving birth to a new Partnership for Peace in Iraq. The two organizations have pledged to promote joint programs and activities on issues of major concern to Iraq and the Middle East, such as the respect of human rights, countering extremism, interreligious dialogue and conflicts resolution, human development, youth and women empowerment.

H.E. Warda took part in the Forum on “The Future of Religion Minorities in the Middle East” held in Rome on December 11, 2018.

On RSC and Iraq see also:

“Women in Iraq are Targeted by Extremist Groups, the International Community Must Take Action”
Democracy is Facing Legitimacy Shortage and Political Crisis
RSC and Al Furat Set their Sight on the Future of Iraq
Iraq Needs to Start Over from the “National Constants”
Karbala’s Message for a United Iraq
Building Pluralism for a Safe and Stable Iraq


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