See this report of the valuable work of Culture for All in Iraq. Culture for All distributes non-food packages to over 12,000 internally displaced and extremely vulnerable individuals in Baghdad. 27 July 2009 Culture for All (CfA) completed a large non-food distribution initiative to support 2,000 severely impoverished families living in Sadr City, al Baweya, al Rashad and hay al Nasir neighborhoods in Baghdad. Supporting 12,000 internally displaced and extremely vulnerable individuals across the 2,000 families targeted, CfA spent several weeks preparing and organizing the distribution program at three primary and secondary schools – Khawarnak primary school in Sadr City, … Continue reading The work of Culture for All in Iraq
Ranj Alaaldin examines the position of the PUK in the elections this weekend in the Kurdistan Region.
See this video clip of the celebrations of the 51st anniversary of the 14th July 1958 National Democratic Revolution.
LFIQ Joint President Dave Anderson MP will be chairing a meeting with Sheikh Tarik Al Abdullah on the Anbar Awakening: Lessons for fighting insurgency and winning the peace on 15th July 2009 with the Henry Jackson Society Iraq – once the staple piece of foreign policy news in every media outlet – has now largely disappeared from regular discussion. And with good reason seeing as, somewhat belatedly and admittedly after much travail, a functioning democracy has emerged. One of the main reasons for this was of course a change in Coalition strategy, partly reflected in the implementation of the military … Continue reading Meeting on the Awakening