The Lisbon Statement October 2013: ACCOUNTABILITY & JUSTICE FOR IRAQ

by International Anti-Occupation Network on 24-10-2021

Members of the International Anti-Occupation Network (I.A.O.N.) coming from Portugal, Algeria, Belgium, France, Iraq, Jordan, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden and the UK, representing many international NGOs, met in Lisbon from October 11-13 to discuss developments in Iraq and its future.


The publication of the final report, most recently scheduled for early this year, has been delayed for unknown reasons.




Is this the legacy of the war, and should people be paying more attention to these awful consequences?

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The BRussells Tribunal is independent and wants to remain independent.


The BRussells Tribunal is an activist think tank and peace organisation with a special focus on Iraq. Read more...

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