IPG PARTNERSHIP WITH THE MIDDLE EAST INSTITUTE
IPG partnered with the Middle East Institute to examine economic reforms in Iraq, including a focus on the progress of the economic reforms agendas in Erbil and Baghdad, economic diversification policies and strategies, and regional Net Zero strategies.
IPG PARTNERSHIP WITH THE UNITED STATES INSTITUTE OF PEACE
IPG partnered with the United States Institute of Peace at the Middle East Peace and Security Forum in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq to convene a workshop on justice and accountability in Iraq. The workshop examined transitional justice, the future of the disputed territories, the internally displaced and the security environment.
YOUTH ATTITUDES TOWARD REFORMS: BAGHDAD
Together with Al Nahrain University in Baghdad, IPG organised a roundtable with students and graduates to discuss youth perspectives toward the reform process. The roundtable was chaired by Dr. Salam Jabar and opening remarks were provided by Ahmed Tabaqchali.
GOOD GOVERNANCE AND RECONSTRUCTION: DOHUK
More than 70 participants from across the region, Europe and the United States took part in parallel IPG workshop on good governance and peace-building. Workshop partners and supporters included Oxford University, King's College London, the European Union and the United Nations.
ECONOMIC REFORMS AND DIVERSIFICATION: LONDON
IPG organised a high-level panel in collaboration with Iraq Petroleum Conference. Focusing on Iraq's reform process, the discussion looked at Iraq's socio-economic challenges, the new government's reform process and policy recommendations focused on economic diversification and youth empowerment.
DECENTRALISATION AND GOOD GOVERNANCE:
Iraq Policy Group, Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Al Nahrain University initiated a workshop in Beirut on public administration, good governance, decentralization, economic development and security sector reform.