HRC43: Statement on Iraq

Statement to the UN Human Rights Council 43rd Session (24 February – 20 March 2020) Item 6: Universal Periodic Review WILPF regrets that Iraq only noted recommendations 147.18 and 147.20 […]

Open Letter on Women’s Rights in Iraq

In September 2014, the United Nations Human Rights Council held a special session on the human rights situation in Iraq and adopted a resolution to dispatch a mission to Iraq to […]

HRC12: Statement on the Situation in Camp Ashraf

General Assembly Human Rights Council 12th  session   Item 2: Annual report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and reports of the Office of the High Commissioner […]

On the Situation in Iraq Resolution 2004

This Congress condemns the US‐led invasion and US and coalition intervention in  Iraq and the continuing occupation. We call on the governments of the US and of the coalition partners to immediately  withdraw all troops and coalition private‐sector military and military‐related 9 contractors from Iraq. To minimize civil armed conflict, all these entities should take  their weapons with them out of Iraq. No state has the right to interfere with the  leadership and peoples of another sovereign state. We call upon the UN and the international community to prosecute those  responsible for crimes against humanity and for starting this illegal war. The  international community should hold them responsible for the payment of  reparations and for reconstruction. We invite the solidarity of all peoples of the world to bring this occupation  to an end and help the Iraqi people rebuild their country.

The Gulf War and International Law

The 25th Triennial Congress of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 1-6 July 1992 in Santa Cruz, Bolivia: Before, during and after the Gulf War, there were and […]