Washington DC, 09-22-2010 The Bridging the Divide team met today with Congressman Frank Wolf (VA-10) to discuss support for the upcoming Afghanistan-Pakistan Study Group (APSG) initiative.
Among our activities as an organization is to distribute humanitarian aid to women detained at the Directorate of Transfers in Kirkuk. Female detainees suffer from infirmity and lack of decent accommodations. The Ministry of the Interior does not ensure that it provides anything for them save basic meals of food and water, which would put them in a poor psychological state if it weren’t for what civil society organizations gave them. Listed is a group of pictures, in which we were not allowed to photograph or show the faces of the detainees pictured.
Often un-noticed alongside the dramatic political and military events associated with the current transition in Iraq has been the unprecedented transformation of the social landscape directly attributable to the revolution in the proliferation and uses of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).
That I will end my high school education and not be accepted by any university, and even if I were accepted, that I would not be treated as a student of science; rather, as a student of some form of employment.
From a statement released by Moaffak Al-Khafaji, the President of the Iraqi Alliance of Disability Organizations (IADO)
BAGHDAD – 8/29/2010
On 8/21/2010, one of the days of the holy month of Ramadan, the Iraqi Alliance of Disability Organizations (IADO) held an evening iftar dinner event for the disabled citizens of Iraq to prove that they actively take part in social initiatives, as well as to affirm their commitment to their causOn 8/21/2010, one of the days of the holy month of Ramadan, the Iraqi Alliance of Disability Organizations (IADO) held an evening iftar dinner event for the disabled citizens of Iraq to prove that they actively take part in social initiatives, as well as to affir
New blog entry from our partner LOST about the completion of its educational counseling program – take a look
Hussein Ayoub is a law student at the Lebanese University’s fourth branch, and a young person living in Lebanese society. Interview by Roger Outa, translated by Ali Hamdan.
Roger: What can you tell us about your needs in this environment?
Held by Roger Outa (ASO)
Translated by Ali Hamdan
Could you possibly tell us about what motivated you to join this project?
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