Bringing girls back into Iraq’s classrooms

Bringing girls back into Iraq’s classrooms

AMAR has officially started the construction of a new secondary school for girls in al-Nashwa, near Basra. Once opened, the new school will have classroom capacity for up to 540 girls aged between the ages of 11 and 16. Iraq once had one of the best education systems...
Yazidi victim of Daesh meets UK Foreign Office Minister

Yazidi victim of Daesh meets UK Foreign Office Minister

A young Yazidi woman kidnapped and brutalized by Daesh has met the UK Foreign Office Minister, Baroness Anelay, for talks. Nadia Murad, accompanied by AMAR’s President, Baroness Nicholson, was in the UK to lobby senior politicians to back Yazidi calls for the mass...
Trauma Therapy Training Begins

Trauma Therapy Training Begins

Mental health care training has officially started in Dohuk, as part of AMAR’s ‘Escaping Darkness’ Campaign. Focussing on conflict-related trauma, the training is helping to boost the response to Iraq’s unfolding mental health care crisis. Thousands of Iraqis are...

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