Alive In Baghdad Child Refugees from Iraq Desperate in Syria

Child Refugees from Iraq Desperate in Syria - 07.30.2007
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Global Voices Online » Iraq: Iraqi Child Refugees in Syria - 07/30/2007 22:58:25

[…] refugees in Iraq are desperate in Syria, reports Alive in Baghdad. Share […]


openDemocracy - 07/31/2007 12:13:51

Mismanagement in Iraq: “a second insurgency”…

Mismanagement in Iraq: “a second insurgency” Economic mismanagement and corruption are equivalent to “a second insurgency” in Iraq, the United States agency overseeing reconstruction in the country has told the BBC. Meanwhile, a report by Oxfam…


Debbie Conley - 08/01/2007 11:10:33

It is so interesting to hear from the children how this war is affecting their lives with regards to their feelings of safety and ability to pursue an education and relationships with peers. We so rarely take the time to listen to what we as “adults” do to the youngest members of society. Children, no matter where they are, need protection from the havoc we cause. Thank you for showing this from the point of view of the children. It is so informative to see and hear the varying levels of resiliency these children so clearly demonstrate.


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ThatNight.net - 08/19/2007 05:04:36

[…] led a discussion and presented a clip, this clip, which is a very moving account of the conflicts (emotional and physical) of the children who […]


Alive In Baghdad - 08/20/2007 10:23:04

[…] we’ve reported recently, children are having a tough time living with the war. This week Hayder introduces us to Sameer Muhammad and is father, Muhammad […]


Between The Lines » Iraqi Child Refugees in Syria - 09/14/2007 01:04:24

[…] This Video is available for download at the “Alive in Baghdad Video Archive” [Iraqi child refugees in Syria] Posted by Yahya Bene Dicere on September 14th, 2007 filed in Syria, Middle East, Iraq, conflict […]


Alive In Baghdad - 10/15/2007 10:28:06

[…] risk their lives to get to school, and many have been forced to leave their friends and country when their families fled Iraq. Unemployment and desperation are leading many Iraqi children and teenagers to work to help feed […]


Alive In Baghdad - 12/17/2007 12:46:40

[…] aid to refugees as of Sunday the 16th. Alive in Baghdad has written stories previously about Iraqi refugees in Syria, this week we focus not on the reasons why they have left, but how they get by. It is illegal for […]


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