The UN’s Humanitarian Transition from Emergency Assistance to Development Funding in Iraq: The Politics of Delivering Aid in a Country of Protracted Post-Conflict Displacement

Travers, Alannah (2024) The UN’s humanitarian transition from emergency assistance to development funding in Iraq: the politics of delivering aid in a country of protracted post-conflict displacement. LSE Middle East Centre Paper Series (88). LSE Middle East Centre, London, UK.

C4JR online event on the ending of UNITAD’s mandate, with Yazda, IBAHRI, HRW & Amnesty International

On May 23, 2024, the EU Day Against Impunity for Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes, C4JR held an online discussion on the wind-down of UNITAD in Iraq, featuring remarks from human rights lawyers, activists, and experts, and providing recommendations following Iraq’s request to the UN Security Council to not renew UNITAD's mandate.

C4JR Submission for the Report of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture

C4JR is proud to share our following submission to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, Dr. Alice Jill Edwards, for her forthcoming thematic report about crimes of sexual torture and other ill-treatment committed during armed conflict, including ensuring remedies and rehabilitation of victims and survivors.

بودكاست تحالف التعويضات العادلة: أكثر من حبر على ورق: تطبيق قانون الناجيات الإيزيديات

اليوم، يسعدنا أن تنضم إلينا شيريزان مينوالا، محامية حقوق الإنسان المقيمة في إقليم كردستان العراق، ومؤسسة شركة Taboo LLC، وهي شركة استشارية في مجال حقوق الإنسان والعدالة.

C4JR in conversation with IOM Iraq’s Sandra Orlovic

C4JR's new podcast series, "More Than Ink on Paper", aims to platform relevant voices around the Yazidi Survivors Law, which has too often also been referred to as "ink on paper" by some survivors of ISIS crimes to voice their doubts about the government’s commitment to delivering long-awaited reparations guaranteed under the legislation. We'll be speaking to those working to ensure that this is not the case, and take a sweeping look at issues of transitional justice and accountability in Iraq, through the process of seeking to implement the law.
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