A year on from Iraq’s Yazidi Survivors Law, nothing has changed for those who return

2022-08-21T21:44:09+00:00March 15th, 2022|In the Media, In The Media - Homepage|

A year on from Iraq’s Yazidi Survivors Law, nothing has changed for those who return KHANKE, Kurdistan Region - A little under two months ago, from her home in the village of Khanke in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region, Khansa Khder Khadida received a phone call informing her of the discovery of her eldest grandchild, 18-year-old Roza [...]

Another woman killed in the Kurdistan Region

2022-08-21T21:41:22+00:00March 7th, 2022|In the Media, In The Media - Homepage|

Another woman killed in the Kurdistan Region ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - Another woman was found dead in the Kurdish capital late Sunday night, less than two days before International Women’s Day. Amid a spike of women killings in the Kurdistan Region, Eman Sami Maghdid, 20, was murdered by unknown assailants on Erbil’s 100 meters street, [...]

Kurdistan Region top officials condemn the murder of another woman

2022-08-21T21:50:35+00:00February 23rd, 2022|In the Media, In The Media - Homepage|

Kurdistan Region top officials condemn the murder of another woman ERBIL, Kurdistan Region - Kurdistan Region's senior officials on Wednesday condemned the death of a 21-year-old woman who was allegedly set on fire by her husband in Sulaimani on Saturday. Shnyar Hunar was reportedly burnt alive by her husband early Saturday. The mother of two [...]

SEED President Highlights Alarming Consequences of Gender Inequality in Kurdistan

2022-01-31T07:37:26+00:00January 31st, 2022|In the Media, In The Media - Homepage|

SEED President Highlights Alarming Consequences of Gender Inequality in Kurdistan In 2021, Iraq ranked 166 out of 170 countries for gender equality - with the rate of Intimate Partner Violence at 45%. We must act now to prevent gender-based violence and protect survivors. Listen back to SEED Foundation's President, Sherri Kraham Talabany on Babylon FM [...]

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