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Thu, Apr 1, 2021

The Sinjar agreement has good ideas, but is it a dead end?

The uncontrollable surge of powers in Sinjar may bring about the next political and humanitarian catastrophe for Iraq if not managed properly.

MENASource by Hanar Marouf

Iraq Politics & Diplomacy

Mon, Mar 8, 2021

Lessons from women in leadership: A celebration of International Women’s Day

In celebration of International Women’s Day and in continuation of our mission to foster the next generation of global leaders and change agents, the Atlantic Council’s Millennium Leadership Program asked women leaders in politics, finance, energy, non-profit management, and philanthropy to highlight the importance of women in leadership roles and share the lessons they have learned over the course of their careers.

New Atlanticist by Mary Prakas and Will O'Brien

Resilience Resilience & Society

Mon, Aug 17, 2020

Iraq’s government needs more female voices to fight the pandemic

Gender sensitivity and women’s voices need to be introduced in all decision-making processes and heard across Iraqi communities.

MENASource by Hanar Marouf

Politics & Diplomacy

Hanar Marouf is a PhD candidate in politics and international relations. She is a human rights activist with nine years of work experience in international non-governmental organizations focusing on democratization projects in Iraq, women rights, and youth empowerment. Marouf is the author of numerus publications in international media outlets focusing on Iraq politics, human rights, Middle East studies, and international affairs. She has launched many campaigns and organized conferences and roundtables to address women rights obstacles. She found the first English-Kurdish magazine for youth in Iraqi Kurdistan with recruiting more than 30 volunteers to enhance the freedom of speech and the freedom of expression. Marouf is an ambassador at One Young World summit.