Youth Peace Leaders


The project was three days training for IDP and host community. 15 Youth females and males from different religions participated in the training. The training conducted in Duhok University in 18-20 November, 2017. The participants divided into 5 groups each group 3 members and they have conducted different peace activities in Duhok governorate. Small groups will be created to discuss about different issues and best results.
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World Interfaith Harmony Week


Better World organization coordinated with relevant governmental institutions representing three main religions (Islam, Christianity and Yazidi) in KRI to be part of the activities implemented during World Interfaith Harmony Week (WIHW). Moreover, it created an Interfaith Harmony Group of 20 young members from the three religions. This group participated in a 1-day workshop on World Interfaith Harmony Week Declaration and then in different activities celebrating this event and focusing on the common good for rest of the week.

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Biking Training


Better World, Bishkoreen, and Hariwan organizations participated in IOM biking project for women and girls from IDP, refugees, and hosting communities. The project objectives are to empower women and girls through sport activity, to advocate for the rights of women and girls especially in doing sport and riding bike, and to strengthen social cohesion among the host, IDPs, and refugees communities
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Second Hand Exhibition


As the result of recent war (ISIS) in Iraq and especially in Kurdistan the economic situation of people worsened. According to the governmental statistics the rate of poverty increased from 2014 to 20% comparing to 2012 was 5.8%. Moreover, the huge number of IDPs (Internal displaced persons) and refugees are living in the region requires international support in different ways.

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Empowering Women Interaction through Peer Support Groups


The project is a three month project founded by IOM (International Organization for Migration). The project has started from 1st September 2018 and will continue to the end of November 2018. This project is to create a platform for women of (20-35) years of age in Kabartu 1 camp in which they have space to express and develop their skills. Through this project the women participants are gaining life skills and psychosocial support through exploring their thoughts, fear, hopes, and ideas towards a better future with the help of peer support structures.
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Preventing Radicalization and Peace Building


Five-day training on Peace and coexistence was conducted by a professional trainer for 20 youth from 3 different religions (Islam, Christianity, and Yazidi). The training started on Tuesday 11th September, 2018. It lasted for 5 days; ended on Sunday 16th September, 2018.

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