When it comes to women’s rights in Iraq, it is time for a radical shift. On July 25, police in northern Iraq found the body of a young woman, 25, who was murdered, burned and dumped on a rural road between the villages of Hizob and Grtik. It is reported that she was newly married and that her husband allegedly shot her after another man had passed by twice while they were having a picnic... Continue Reading
Tafan Kareem is a social and humanitarian activist working for the empowerment of marginalized communities and individuals. She has worked in the charity and humanitarian field for more than seven years. She holds a BA in English Language and Literature from the University of Human Development in Al-Sulaymaniyah, Iraq and she also received a diploma in human rights.