2022-11-27Post-Conflict Reconstruction in the Nineveh Plains of Iraq
During its occupation of Nineveh between 2014 and 2017, the Islamic State (IS) particularly targeted ethnic and religious communities. Its aim was to erase all traces of the long-standing pluralism...
2022-11-21Iraq Economic Monitor: A New Opportunity to Reform
The Fall 2022 edition of the Monitor titled "A New Opportunity to Reform" presents recent economic developments and examines Iraq's economic outlook and possible risks. The report finds that after...
Climate Change, Economic Development
2022-11-20A Gender and Inclusive Climate-Migration Study
Iraq remains the fifth most vulnerable country to climate change. Increasing temperatures, unpredictable rainfall, intensified droughts, sand storms and desertification are just some of the variables contributing to Iraq's climate...
Climate Change, Economic Development, Migration
2022-11-19Online Protection and Digital Security: User Guide for Human Rights Defenders
In Iraq, human rights defenders increasingly rely on digital technology to monitor and advocate for human rights or to share their opinions, promote debate and mobilize. Nonetheless, malicious actors have...
Data Security, Human Rights
Guidelines, Tools and templates
2022-11-01Charting a Nationalist and Secular Iraqi State: The Road Ahead?
Young people are changing Iraq. But what kind of state do they want? Read the results of Enabling Peace in Iraq Center (EPIC)'s latest national survey of 1,062 eligible Iraqi...
2022-10-12Integrating Cash Assistance into Gender-Based Violence Case Management to Support Survivors in Ninewa, Iraq
With support from the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC) and CARE are leading an initiative on behalf of the Global Protection Cluster Task Team...
Cash Assistance, Gender, Gender-Based Violence
2022-10-03Life in the margins: Re-examining the needs of paperless people of post-conflict Iraq
Five years after the declared end of the conflict with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), Iraq’s recovery remains fragile. While humanitarian needs have reduced since the height...
2022-09-06Twice displaced: The unmet needs of Iraq’s children in informal settlements
While largescale military operations to combat the Islamic State (IS) group ceased in 2017, 1.18 million people remain internally displaced in Iraq in 2022. The estimated 200,000 displaced households continue...
Children and Youth, Displacement
2022-08-21Iraqi Marshland Women: The True Guardians of the Marshes
The Marshlands of Southern Iraq, often described as the ‘Garden of Eden,’ are under serious threat from the effects of climate change. This unique ecosystem serves as a crucial source...
Climate Change, Gender
2022-08-10Migration, Environment, and Climate Change in Iraq
Iraq has been named the fifth-most vulnerable country to climate breakdown, affected by soaring temperatures, insufficient and diminishing rainfall, intensified droughts and water scarcity, frequent sand and dust storms, and...
Climate Change, Migration