Euro-Med Monitor in Iraq

Human rights conditions in Iraq continued to deteriorate in 2013. Security dramatically declined as sectarian tensions deepened. Suicide attacks, car bombs, and assassinations became more frequent and lethal. The government responded to largely peaceful protests with violence and to worsening security with draconian counterterrorism measures.

Horrifying crime at state security headquarters epitomises the rampant use of torture in Iraq

Perpetrators will not hold themselves accountable: Justice remains elusive for the victims of the October 2019 protests in Iraq

Three issues al-Sudani’s government must address following its pledge to improve human rights in Iraq

Omar Alajlouni
Legal Researcher at Euro-Med Monitor

Perpetrators will not hold themselves accountable: New report calls for international probe into the killing of Iraqi protesters

Iraq: Worsening tragedy for thousands of IDPs amid authorities' reluctance to provide identification papers

Iraq: IDPs in camps face dire conditions as temperature rises

Euro-Med Monitor at HRC: Enabling Iraqi IDPs to run, vote in elections is necessary to end their plight

Why should Article 398 of Iraqi Penal Code be repealed?

Omar Alajlouni
Legal Researcher at Euro-Med Monitor

Iraqi Kurdistan: Discriminatory policies against prisoners of conscience, their lawyers

Iraq: Federal Court's disbandment of anti-corruption committee is a retrograde step for accountability