BRUSSELLS TRIBUNAL

UN Human Rights Reports March 2013

by BRussells Tribunal on 12-03-2013

GICJ and BRussells Tribunal coordinated the work of more than 300 NGOs and submitted to the 22nd session of the UN Human Rights Council reports covering the human rights situation in Iraq. the 22nd session of the Human Rights Council takes place in the United Nations in Geneva from 25 February to 22 March 2013.

L'histoire rĂ©cente de l'Irak comporte deux Ă©vĂ©nements de lourde portĂ©e, l'invasion du Koweït par l'Irak le 2 août 2003 et l'invasion de l’Irak par les États-Unis et le Royaume-Uni. Que des leaders politiques tirent des leçons de ces Ă©vĂ©nements ce serait, au mieux, douteux. On continue à faire du tort aux Irakiens. Le danger de perdre la vie et la tourmente restent une part cruelle de la rĂ©alitĂ© de l’Irak au dĂ©but de 2013. La souffrance collective d'une nation est manifeste et partout rĂ©pandue. Elle ne peut être cachĂ©e.

In Iraq and Afghanistan, anthropologists are involved in activities such as gathering information on genealogical relationships and development projects, finding out why insurgents cluster in particular areas, briefing commanders before tactical operations, and advising on psychological warfare.

Dr Fouad Al Bayaty, a forced migrated academic who works in Malaysia currently, is complaining to the Minister of higher Education about the republication of his already published research of 2002 by three other academics of the Dentistry Medical College of Al-Mustansiryah University.

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