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Saddam Hussein behind bars but Iraqi women still prisoners of fear

12/01/2003 | Nazaneen Rashid

In the chaos of post-war Iraq women and girls are prisoners in their own homes, unable to go to work or school – let alone influence the future course of Iraq.

100 Iraqi newspapers in search of a quote

09/19/2003 | Rohan Jayasekera

How can Iraqi reporters balance their articles when the way to 'the other side of the story' is blocked by a US tank? And what was a US corporation with Pentagon links doing with a 'public service' radio and TV station in Iraq? 

Civil-military relations: the unfolding crisis in Iraq

03/20/2003 | Panos London

Once the war against Iraq is over, a major humanitarian crisis is expected to unfold. How the international community responds will be governed by a doctrine called CIMIC – Civil Military Cooperation.

Nazaneen Rashid

01/01/2001 | Anna Egan

Nazaneen Rashid, is a Kurdish women’s rights activist, aid worker and author of Caged Birds: Iraqi Women in post-Saddam Iraq. Karen Dabrowska is a freelance journalist specialising in Middle Eastern affairs.

Rohan Jayasekera

01/01/2001 | Anna Egan

Rohan Jayasekera is Associate Editor at Index on Censorship and is coordinating the magazine’s projects in Iraq and the Middle East.

Paul Rich

01/01/2001 | Anna Egan

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