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.

Good news on Euro-Med Monitor's joint efforts towards ceasing human rights violations – November 2021

Kurdistan: Authorities should stop suppressing demonstrations

Iraqi Kurdistan’s authorities must release Badinan detainees

Three Iraqi inmates slayed in Basra detention centers within 10 days

Good news on Euro-Med Monitor's joint efforts towards ceasing human rights violations – July 2021

Methods and tools of torture used in prisons and detention centers

I Cannot Bear It Anymore: Torture in prisons and detention centers in the Middle East and North Africa

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