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How Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) are treated in terms of getting access to food, shelter and medical services and whether their rights to enjoy these basic rights are not being violated, is a forefront activity of the UNAMI Human Rights Office, under its work on protection of civilians.

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Anbar – Military operations to retake west Anbar were officially launched on 19 September. In the past two weeks IOM, the UN Migration Agency has identified more than 8,500 newly displaced individuals (approximately 1,400 families).

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For nearly two years, Nazeeh and his friends have not been able to play soccer as a team. Since escaping from Mosul, Iraq, separately, they had had no news of each other, let alone been able to reunite.

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Karbala, Iraq - The UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), in its efforts to promote and advance inclusive political dialogue and national reconciliation, convened in Karbala on Satutrday 16 September 2017 the first of a series of cross-country roundtable discussions among political, religious and tribal leaders as well as civil society, academics, and influential personas.

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Mosul – Weeks after the retaking of Mosul city, many internally displaced persons (IDPs) are exhibiting signs of stress and anxiety. As the psychological toll of what many had endured over the last three years kicks in, children in particular have been scarred by the violence of life under ISIL. They will need long-term psychological support.

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“Eve, oh Eve! Choose a man who does not walk out when he sees you sad, and puts up with your anger even if you are stubborn…a man who loves you reasonably …just as you are”

Meet Malak Jamil, Vice-President for the Fine Arts in the Iraqi Artistic Association and Activist fighting against gender-based violence. Eve; her artistic name, puts on many hats. She spoke to UNAMI PIO.

Mosul – IOM, the United Nations Migration Agency, released data this week from its Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) estimating some 839,118 individuals (139,853 families) remain displaced in the aftermath of heavy fighting to retake the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.

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Within the Global Project on “Strengthening the legal regime against terrorism in Iraq”, The Terrorism Prevention Branch at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Cime (UNODC/TPB) with the support of The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) organized a national workshop in Baghdad, from 5 to 6 July 2017 on the “International legal framework to counter terrorism and good practices to strengthen international cooperation to respond to terrorism-related threats in Iraq”.

Ms. Dastan Abdullah Saeed, teaches General English to first year University students at the Software and Informatics Engineering Department, Salahaddin University in Erbil. She previously worked as an IELTS invigilator at the British Council in Erbil and has a keen interest in working as a volunteer for educational and academic development in Iraq.

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Commemorating the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict under the global theme ‘Preventing Sexual Violence Crimes through Justice and Deterrence’, the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) participated in a special conference which was convened in Erbil on Monday, 19 June 2017 in Erbil, under the auspices of the Department of Foreign Relations of the Kurdistan Regional Government.

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