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Yemen catastrophe; what can be done to stop the war.

carnegieendowmentShirazi Foundation's expert on International Relations attended an interactive symposium hosted by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, titled Yemen catastrophe what can be done to stop the war. Due to the ongoing conflict the United Nations estimates more than 10,000 civilians have been killed. UNICEF numbers suggest two million Yemeni children suffer from malnutrition while 60,000 children lost their lives last year of preventable causes associated with acute malnutrition. With 60% of Yemen's population suffering from food insecurity and 7 million unable to survive without food assistance, Yemen has an immediate food emergency facing them. Experts spoke of the role of the tribes in facilitateing dialogue instead of use of force and incitement of violence.  Experts dissected the many parties involved in the conflict while mentioning that many groups involved have been left fragmented.

Stabilizing Iraq: What Is The Future For Minorities?

Stabilizing IraqShirazi Foundation’s researcher on Rise of Extremism  attended an interactive conference hosted by the United States Institute of Peace, titled, Stabilizing Iraq: What Is the Future for Minorities?.

Shortly after opening remarks Dr. Fareed Yasseen Iraq's Ambassador to the U.S stated that the consequence of the fight against ISIS is that it has brought all of Iraq together collectively.

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Human Rights in Egypt

Human Rights in EgyptOur Human Rights Researcher attended a conference hosted by Young Professionals in Foreign Affairs titled Human Rights in Egypt, sharing views on in-depth research of human rights the dynamics, politics, and discourses in the Middle East and between Middle Eastern and Western counterparts. The expert explained the growth of human rights and people’s interaction with the Human rights framework.

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