New Housing and Community Support to Survivors of the Kocho Massacre

April, 2021
Location: 
Iraq

 

 

Erbil — Nadia’s Initiative (NI), the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) are working together to scale up support to Yazidi survivors of genocide. USAID, IOM and NI will assist members of the community who survived the genocide in accessing durable solutions through the construction of new housing units in close proximity to the old town, alongside other tailored measures to help families feel safe, heard, and supported in their recovery.

UNESCO, IOM and the European Union Partner to Boost Livelihoods Opportunities with Focus on Iraq’s Cultural Heritage

March, 2021
Location: 
Iraq

 

Baghdad — Iraq’s economy continues to face many challenges, created by the conflict against ISIL, COVID-19 and other factors. These challenges have made it more difficult for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to access financial services and for SMEs to hire new workers. This is especially true in the case of traditional and cultural industries, as demand for non-essential goods declines in a post-conflict economy, and expenditures on essential goods rise.

IOM Commends Government of Iraq’s Adoption of Momentous Law on Yazidi Female Survivors

March, 2021
Location: 
Iraq

 

On 1 March, the Iraqi Council of Representatives adopted the Law on Yazidi Female Survivors. The passage of the law represents a watershed moment in efforts to address the legacy of ISIL crimes against Yazidis and other minority groups, as it officially recognizes acts of genocide against them and establishes a framework for the provision of financial support and other forms of redress to survivors.

HOME AGAIN? CATEGORISING OBSTACLES TO RETURNEE REINTEGRATION IN IRAQ

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2021

 

IOM Iraq, the Returns Working Group, and Social Inquiry strive to build upon and complement previous assessments on durable solutions, mainly with regards to obstacles to return as well as progress toward local integration for IDPs. Home Again? Categorizing Obstacles to Returnee Reintegration in Iraq examines the prevalence of key obstacles for reintegration that returnee households face. It specifically focuses on the challenges faced by returnees towards their sustainable reintegration back home.

 

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