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Checklist for Key Gender Dimensions for Iraq by Sector [English].
The checklist is developed to ensure that the gender components of all elements of the peace building and recovery process are identified and mainstreamed into planning procedures and program implementation.
Conference "The Struggle for Iraqi Civil Society", January 2004 [English]. 2004
The Ethics and Public Policy Center (EPPC) invited Ms. Zainab Al-Suwaij, who has been working in Iraq with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to rebuild the Iraqi school system and to implement women’s empowerment programs, to present her observations and reflections regarding the challenges and possibilities facing Iraqi civil society since the fall of Saddam Hussein.
Iraq - UNDP Projects - Poverty Reduction and Achievement of the Millennium Development Goals [English].
Iraqi Women's Rights Coalition .
The Coalition is a network of various women’s rights activists and organizations aiming to influence the policy-making of the new Government in Iraq and to ensure that women’s equal rights are secured and a secular constitution is established.
IRAQIA, Women Solidarity toward Active Participation in Elections - Project [English].
This project aims to encourage, strengthen, and support Iraqi women at all levels to exercise their rights and define their future effectively and transparently through ensuring their successful participation and understanding of their viable role in the elections process at multi-dimensional levels. It was executed by the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) in collaboration with the United Nations Country Team for Iraq.
Organisation of Women's Freedom in Iraq [English][Arabic].
Works to defend women's rights in Iraq and calls for equal rights.
What UNIFEM is doing in Iraq [English].
The United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) is a close partner of the National Committee for the Advancement of Iraqi Women. The website explores the work of UNIFEM in Iraq.
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