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Saturday, 04 December 2010 11:43

 

 
 

 

 

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    6-11 December 2010: Which solidarities with Iraq? International Solidarity Conference in Paris

    Alternatives, IPAM and IDFN are organising an international solidarity conference in Paris, France from 6 to 11 December. This conference, titled "Which solidarities with Iraq?" will aim at developing international solidarity initiatives and strengthen civil society networks with Iraq.

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    29 October - 3 November: Alternatives International mission in Iraq

    A mission in Iraq where Alternatives International will meet its Iraqi partners from IDFN network.

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    1-7 October 2010: 4th Iraqi non-violence week

    Under the banner of the time has come for Iraqi national government formation and enough for the delay an Iraqi group of non-violence launch the fourth non-violence week for the period from 1st to 7th of October 2010.

    The activity week for this year include, various events throughout the provinces in Iraq and Kurdistan region, all of this aim to reminder of the best alternative to change and it is non-violence struggle and the celebration the international non-violence day coincides every year on 2ndof October.

    The week represents the means for non-violence group for promote and dissemination a culture of non- violence in Iraq, this means should be available to all as option for Political, Social and Economical change.

    The activities and events will continue for period of week, and it is important to mention that Iraqi non-violence group include tens of Iraqi civil society organizations seeking to change through non-violence way and annually organize non-violence campaign. The week obtains the above banner for reminder to accelerate the formation of national Iraqi governmentthat strengthen the national independence and consecration democracy.


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    3-4 June 2010: Forum on Peace and Human Right in Iraq

  • Pisa, 3-4 June 2010

    The Forum on Peace and Human Rights in Iraq organized by Un Ponte Per…(Tuscany) was held in Pisa on the 3rd and 4th June 2010. The Forum saw the presence of a delegation of Laonf made up of 8 Iraqi activists plus 3 more members already in Italy for research and working purposes and of Nova (Spanish Ngo) and Ipam (French Ngo).

    During the Forum we discussed several issues related to the current Iraqi situation, among them: civil rights and the freedom of speech, women’s rights and their participation in the public and political life of Iraq, conflicts and conflict resolution. On the second day, the participants took part in 4 different workshops aimed at promoting the exchange of views and ideas among the participants.

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    Pisa, 4 June 2010

    The evaluation of the Forum has been successfully positive. The discussions held at the forum have been extremely challenging and stimulating both for Iraqi and international people. The presence of Iraqi activists and the possibility to hear from them the situation that they face daily has given us a better understanding of what we, as part of the Italian civil society should do to enhance our performance both in Italy and in Iraq.

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    6-11 November 2009: First Iraqi Non First Iraqi Non-Violence Forum

  • The Iraqi Non-Violence (Laonf) group has held the first Iraqi Non-Violence Forum, in addition to its general assemblymeeting, and workshop of capacity building for the Non- Violence group’s members. By adirect implementing of Al Mesalla Organization for Human Resources Development in Erbil, with cooperation of Nova (Spain NGO), Un Ponte Per (Italian NGO), Peaceful Tomorrow (American NGO), and supported by the Municipality Council of Barcelona, the Spanish Catalonia Agency, and the local Authority of Toscana in Italy.

    First Iraqi Non First Iraqi Non-Violence Forum

    The forum’s activities started Friday Nov 6th, and continued for three days, then followed by the General Committee Meeting for two day, and finally a workshop to train 10 members of the Non-Violence Group.

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    28 February-6 March 2009: mission in Erbil

  • This first mission was the opportunity for a full meeting of the IDFN steering committee, the French team from IPAM (Amorces & AEC) and the Alternatives team.

    During the 6 days mission two trainings were given to Iraqis from IDFN who came from all over Iraq to Erbil, in Iraqi Kurdistan

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    22-23 December 2008: Coordination meeting in Paris

  • Two delegates from IDFN came for a 2-days work visit to Paris to discuss the content of the two-years program about to start.

    A delegate from Alternatives was present a few days earlier, but conflicting agenda and late approval of visa for our Iraqi partners prevented a full meeting.

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