It is important to continue the struggle despite frustrations and disappointment based on an ultimate faith in the triumph of justice Richard Falk | Chairman of Board of Trustees

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.

Iraq: Al-Hussein Hospital tragedy inevitable result of negligence

At Euro-Med Monitor webinar: experts urge to criminalize torture in the Middle East

Syria in the lead.. Euro-Med Monitor report: Widespread torture in the Arab region

Number of families still displaced in each governate in Iraq

Statistics on the displacement in Iraq (2014-2021)

Exiled At Home: Internal displacement resulted from the armed conflict in Iraq and its humanitarian consequences

New report: Iraqi authorities forcibly return IDPs despite security risks, slow reconstruction pace

On World Press Freedom Day, 10 rights groups call on Iraqi Kurdistan authorities to stop violations against journalists

Iraqi Government steps following Ibn Al-Khatib Hospital fire are not enough

Iraq: Targeting activists' families sets a dangerous precedent