Rebuilding Education in Iraq

Rebuilding Education in Iraq

Education in Iraq and people who are changing it

Education in Iraq is scarce thanks to years of war and conflict. Now that Iraqi troops took back Mosul and Islamic State fighters are leaving Kurdish land, the need to rebuild begins. War, politics and economic turmoil have affected the education system in Iraq but also has the concern around human welfare. So many kids are stricken by poverty, no access to transportation, or other factors. The key to rebuilding starts with the education of the youth.

 

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Women’s Life in Iraq by Jamileh Kharrazi

Iraq Holding Thousands of Women and Children in Unethical Camps

Families of supposed Islamic State Fighters held in Northern part of Iraq

Over a thousand women and children are being held in camps. These women and children are families of Islamic State fighters. Iraqi authority confirmed after Iraqi forces drove radicalized groups from Tal Afar, a northern town near Mosul according to ABC News. The camp is for the displaced families, most who are from other parts of the world. Full of misleading promises, the stories of some of the women in holding shed light on what happens behind closed doors of IS extremists.

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