Condemning the Criminal Attack on Shrine in Samaraa

The Iraqi Communist Party Condemns the Criminal Attack on Shrine in Samaraa
In yet another evil and criminal attempt by the enemies of Iraq; the enemies of national unity, a gang of criminals carried out a bomb attack on the shrines of Imams Ali Al-Hadi and Hassan Al-Askari, in Samaraa. The aim is to ignite the flames of sectarian sedition among the Iraqi people and destroy their national unity that we all strive to preserve. The loss of this unity would mean the loss of Iraq, as a land, a people and a civilization.

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Solidarity Day with NGOs to Abolish Decree 8750

Solidarity Day with NGOs to Abolish Decree 8750
The “Co-ordinating Committee for the NGOs Conference” has considered the 6th of February a day of solidarity for abolishing the government Decree 8750, issued on 8 August 2005. The Committee, that includes the Iraqi Council for Peace and Solidarity and the Unions and Associations Co-ordinating Committee, held meetings yesterday at the headquarters of both the Engineers Association and the Peace Council. Banners were also raised at the buildings of all unions and vocational organisations. The “Co-ordinating Committee for the NGOs Conference” had issued an Urgent Appeal, addressed to the President, the government, the parliament and the leaders of political parties. It was distributed to the local, Arab and international media.

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Hamid Majid Mousa, the ICP Secretary General meets Iraqi Unions Co-ordinating Committee to discuss the implications of Decree No. 8750.

Iraqi CP Leader Receives Delegation of Unions and Associations
Hamid Majid Mousa, the Secretary of the Central Committee of the Iraqi Communist Party, received a delegation of the Unions Co-ordinating Committee on 7 February 2006.

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The IWF Strongly condemns the terrorist attacks in the Jordanian capital.

The IWF Strongly condemns the terrorist attacks in the Jordanian capital.
The IWF conveys its condolences to the people of Jordan, the General Federation of Jordanian Trade Unions (GFJTU) and their families who have been tragically affected by these attacks, which killed over 60 people and injured hundreds of others.
The IWF send its condolence and solidarity to the President of the Jordanian trade union centre.
The IWF
London office
14 November 2005

UNESCO, IFJ and the British Trade Union Congress (TUC) and the International Media Support in Danmark organized an International Conference on Charter of Social and Professional Rights, Media Freedom and the Iraqi Constitution

IFJ Iraq Journalism Development Programme 2005-2006
Report of International Conference on Charter of Social and Professional Rights,
Media Freedom and the Iraqi Constitution
Amman, 15-17th August 2005
Introduction
The IFJ signed a six-month contract with UNESCO in July 2005 to carry out a programme of work with journalists in Iraq. This programme provided the opportunity to continue activities put in place following the 18-month project with the Solidarity Centre of the AFL-CIO in the United States.

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