Tag Archives: Iraq

The Need to Include the Voices of Internally Displaced Persons in Peace Negotiations

Conflict, whether fought between legitimate state actors or among violent non-state actors, induces different forms of migration. In order to escape targeted killings, forced recruitment, or general violence, individuals and communities will relocate to avoid becoming involved in or a casualty of a conflict. This movement can be prompted instantaneously or be employed as a […]

The world according to Mahmoud

by Henry Sherrell “My brother from another mother, how are you?” He loves to talk. A young man with dark summer skin lurches a hand towards me. I find it difficult to brush off people, a required skill for most tourist destinations. Ten seconds of chit-chat and he wishes me well on my adventures, sensing […]