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Using Lessons from the Ebola Response to Address COVID-19: Virtual Roundtable

On April 15, 2020, Search for Common Ground (Search) organized a virtual roundtable in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Charline Burton, Executive Director of Search Europe, moderated the virtual roundtable with two of Search’s experts, who shared valuable lessons learned from implementing...

Search for Common Ground

Multimedia

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 04/17/2020

How local Non-Government Organizations in Rwanda (NGOs) are affected by COVID 19?

Since the COVID19 first appeared in China, it was quickly affecting the entire life across the globe. Heath systems, businesses, banking, infrastructures, tourisms, education, transportation, social life, etc. have been affected in countries experiencing the COVID19. In response to the crisis, Rwanda...

Celestin Nsengiyumva

Analysis, Blog

INTERMEDIATE

Created 04/15/2020

A Gender Analysis of the Media Landscape in Iraq

A gender analysis that explores the presence of women in the media landscape in Iraq. This analysis Shows the recent access of Iraqi citizens (women and men) to information, the way information consumers are seeing the presence of women representation, and whether...

Internews

Analysis

ADVANCED

Created 04/09/2020

اقتصادات النزاع في الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا

تسببت النزاعات في العراق وليبيا وسوريا واليمن بمقتل مئات الآلاف من الأشخاص، فضلاً عن تشريد الملايين. وفي إطار سعيها إلى شرح العنف الذي ضرب منطقة الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا على مدار العقدين الماضيين، انص َّب تركيز التحليلات حتى الآن بصورة أساسية على...

تشاتام هاوس

Created 03/31/2020

Conflict Economics in the Middle East and North Africa

The conflicts in Iraq, Libya, Syria and Yemen have killed hundreds of thousands of people and displaced millions. In seeking to explain the violence that has struck the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) over the past two decades, analysis to date...

Chatham House

Created 03/31/2020

The Politics of Unemployment in Basra: Spotlight on the Oil Sector

In Basra’s mass protests of 2018, unemployment was central to the rhetoric and mobilization strategies of all the key political actors – protesters, government officials, party elites, and tribal leaders. Basrawi protesters chanted slogans about rampant joblessness – first in small disjointed...

J. Mac Skelton and Zmkan Ali Saleem

Created 03/31/2020

The New KRG Cabinet: Visions and Strategies for the Next Four Years

The 9th KRG Cabinet was formed in July of 2019. At its inception, the PM committed his new cabinet to a manifesto consisting of 52 critical reforms, designed to fulfill his pledge to improve services, enhance the rule of law, strengthen government...

Middle East Research Institute

Created 03/31/2020

“The Middle East in a Crystal Ball: Trajectories and Predictions”

In her introduction, panel chairman Tanya Gilly highlighted that Middle East history has long been marked by turmoil and transition. While the region is no stranger to overlapping and intractable conflicts, she emphasized that recent dynamics have introduced new complexities. Buffeted by...

Middle East Research Institute

Created 03/31/2020

“International Support for State-building in Iraq”

In his introduction, panel chairman Farhad Alaaldin explained that Iraq is in a state of crisis. The current socio-political situation, as reflected by demonstrations and protests across the various governorates, is both complicated and complex. He explained that this panel, featuring central...

Brendan Carchidi

Created 03/31/2020

“Beyond Barriers: Contours and Complexities of IDP Return”

Panel chairman Henriette Johansen explained that internally displaced persons (IDPs) from Nineveh Province experience multiple layers of barriers to their return, some of which are unarticulated or invisible in the milieu of societal concerns stemming from Nineveh’s history of violence and its...

Middle East Research Institute

Created 03/31/2020

“Women in Positions of Leadership: Opportunities for Empowerment”

The best indicator of a nation’s overall security and stability is not its GDP, nor the strength of its democracy, but gender equality. Founder and Director of SEED Foundation, Sherri Kraham Talabany, introduced the panel on female political leadership by unpacking the...

Middle East Research Institute

Created 03/31/2020

Islamic State, Disputed Territory, and Ethno-Religious Diversity: An Opportunity for the Development of Iraq’s National Policy on Displacement

The contemporary displacement landscape in Iraq is both problematic and unique. The needs of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Iraq are many, particularly as protracted displacement becomes entrenched as the norm rather than the exception. However, minorities originating from the so called...

Middle East Research Institute

Created 03/31/2020