Blog Archives

December 2011

1

Baghdad

12/21/2011

Al-Yawom Radio

2

Diyala

12/21/2011

Diyala channel

3

Ninawa

12/14/2011

Ninawa Radio

4

Wasit

12/20/2011

Al-Nahrain Radio

5

Al-Qadisiyyah

12/25/2011

Diwaniya Channel

6

Anbar

12/21/2011

Sada Al Falooga Channel

7

Babil

12/20/2011

Babylon Channel

8

Maysan

12/12/2011

Kul Al-Iraq Channel

9

Basra

12/04/2011

Radio Al-Amal

10

Al-Muthanna

12/18/2011

Al-Samawa TV

11

Thi-Qar

12/19/2011

Al-Ahwar TV

12

Kirkuk

12/29/2011

Naba Radio Channel

13

Najaf

12/04/2011

Al-Najaf Channel

14

Salah Al-Deen

12/21/2011

Diratuna Channel

15

Karbala

12/29/2011

Karbala Channel

November 2011 :

1

Baghdad

11/21/2011

Al-Yawom Radio

2

Diyala

11/29/2011

Diyala channel

3

Ninawa

11/24/2011

Ninawa Radio

4

Wasit

11/20/2011

Al-Nahrain Radio

5

Al-Qadisiyyah

11/25/2011

Diwaniya Channel

6

Anbar

11/26/2011

Sada Al Falooga Channel

7

Babil

11/20/2011

Babylon Channel

8

Maysan

11/26/2011

Kul Al-Iraq Channel

9

Basra

11/20/2011

Radio Al-Amal

10

Al-Muthanna

11/26/2011

Al-Samawa TV

11

Thi-Qar

11/22/2011

Al-Ahwar TV

12

Kirkuk

11/27/2011

Naba Radio Channel

13

Salah Al-Deen

Diratuna Channel

14

Karbala

11/10/2011

Karbala Channel

October 2011:

1

Baghdad

10/21/2011

Al-Yawoon Radio

2

Diyala

10/24/2011

Diyala channel

3

Ninawa

10/24/2011

Ninawa Radio

4

Wasit

10/25/2011

Al-Nahrain Radio

5

Al-Qadisiyyah

10/30/2011

Diwaniya Channel

6

Anbar

10/26/2011

Sada Al Falooga Channel

7

Babil

10/20/2011

Babylon Channel

8

Maysan

10/25/2011

Kul Al-Iraq Channel

9

Basra

10/27/2011

Radio Al-Amal

10

Al-Muthanna

10/26/2011

Al-Samawa TV

11

Thi-Qar

10/27/2011

Al-Ahwar TV

12

Kirkuk

10/13/2011

Tirkuman Channel

13

Salah Al-Deen

10/20/2011

Salah Al-Deen Channel

14

Karbala

10/26/2011

Karbala Channel

September 2011:

No Radio Programs broadcast Due to scheduled project completion.

Radio /TV programs will resume in October.

Aug 2011

No Radio Programs broadcast due to Ramadan

July 2011:

Province

Date

Name of Channel

1

Baghdad

07/03/2011

Al-Yawoon Radio

2

Diyala

07/22/2011

Diyala Local channel

3

Ninawa

07/23/2011

Ninawa Radio

4

Wasit

07/25/2011

Al-Nahrain Radio

5

Al-Qadisiyyah

07/16/2011

Diwaniya FM Channel

6

Anbar

07/13/2011

Sada Al Falooga Channel

7

Babil

07/20/2011

Babylon Channel

8

Maysan

07/09/2011

Kul Al-Iraq Channel

9

Basra

07/03/2011

Radio Al-Amal

10

Al-Muthanna

07/15/2011

Al-Samawa Radio

11

Najaf

07/11/2011

Najaf FM Channel

12

Thi-Qar

07/03/2011

Al-Amal Channel

13

Kirkuk

07/16/2011

Kirkuk Channel

14

Salah Al-Deen

07/10/2011

Deratuna Channel

15

Karbala

07/27/2011

Karbala Channel

 June 2011:

No.

Province

Date of Radio talk Show/Interview

Channel

1

Baghdad

06/03/2011

Al-Yawoon Radio

2

Diyala

06/24/2011

Diyala local channel

3

Ninawa

06/26/2011

Ninawa Radio

4

Wasit

06/15/2011

Al-Nahrain Radio

5

Al-Qadisiyyah

06/25/2011

Diwaniya FM Channel

6

Anbar

06/15/2011

Sada Al Falooga Channel

7

Babil

06/20/2011

Babylon Radio

8

Maysan

06/08/2011

Kul Al-Iraq Radio

9

Basra

06/09/2011

Radio Al-Amal

10

Al-Muthanna

06/13/2011

Al-Samawa TV

11

Najaf

———

 ———-

12

Thi-Qar

06/27/2011

Al-Ahwar TV

13

Kirkuk

——-

——-

14

Salah Al-Deen

06/20/2011

Diratuna Radio

15

Karbala

06/28/2011

Karbala Radio

May 2011:

No.

Province

Date of Radio talk Show/Interview

Channel

1

Baghdad

05/02/2011

Al-Yawoon Radio

2

Diyala

05/22/2011

Diyala channel

3

Wasit

05/25/2011

Al-Nahrain Radio

4

Al-Qadisiyyah

05/15/2011

Diwaniya FM Channel

5

Anbar

05/21/2011

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6

Babil

05/20/2011

————-

7

Maysan

05/22/2011

Koul Al-Iraq Channel

8

Basra

05/02/2011

Radio Al-Amal

9

Thi-Qar

05/15/2011

Al-Ahwar TV

10

Kirkuk

05/03/2011

Al-Rasheed Channel

11

Karbala

05/25/2011

Karbala Radio

April 2011

No.

Province

Date of Radio talk Show/Interview

Channel

1

Baghdad

04/05/2011

Al-Yawoon Radio

2

Diyala

04/24/2011

Diyala channel

3

Ninawa

04/23/2011

Ninawa Radio

4

Wasit

04/13/2011

Al-Nahrain Radio

5

Al-Qadisiyyah

04/06/2011

Diwaniya FM Channel

6

Anbar

04/20/2011

Sada Al Falooga Channel

7

Babil

04/20/2011

Al-Hilla radio

8

Maysan

04/23/2011

Al-Iraq Radio

9

Basra

04/14/2011

Radio Al-Amal

10

Al-Muthanna

04/01/2011

Al-Samawa Radio

11

Najaf

04/15/2011

 AL-Najef Radio

12

Thi-Qar

04/14/2011

Al-Ahwar TV

13

Kirkuk

04/03/2011

Al-Rasheed Channel

14

Salah Al-Deen

04/05/2011

Salah Al-Deen Radio

15

Karbala

04/28/2011

Karbala Radio

March 2011

1

Baghdad

03/02/2011

Al-Yawoon Radio

2

Diyala

03/15/2011

Diyala channel

3

Ninawa

03/21/2011

Ninawa Radio

4

Wasit

03/10/2011

Al-Nahrain Radio

5

Al-Qadisiyyah

03/05/2011

Diwaniya FM Channel

6

Anbar

03/21/2011

Sada Al Falooga Channel

7

Babil

03/20/2011

Itihad Al-Shabab

8

Maysan

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9

Basra

————

——————

10

Al-Muthanna

————

——————

11

Najaf

03/03/2011

Najaf FM Channel

12

Thi-Qar

————

——————

13

Kirkuk

03/08/2011

Al-Rasheed Channel

14

Salah Al-Deen

03/31/2011

Salah Al-Deen Channel

15

Karbala

03/28/2011

Karbala Channel

February 2011

Province / Date of Radio Talk Show / Interview / Channel / Station

1

Baghdad

02/02/2011

Al-Yawoon Radio

2

Diyala

02/08/2011

Diyala channel

3

Ninawa

02/21/2011

Ninawa Radio

4

Wasit

02/22/2011

Al-Nahrain Radio

5

Al-Qadisiyyah

02/10/2011

Diwaniya FM Channel

6

Anbar

02/19/2011

Sada Al Falooga Channel

7

Babil

02/20/2011

Itihad Al-Shabab

8

Maysan

02/16/2011

Kul Al-Iraq Channel

9

Basra

02/07/2011

Radio Al-Amal

10

Al-Muthanna

02/09/2011

Al-Samawa Radio

11

Najaf

02/10/2011

Najaf FM Channel

12

Thi-Qar

02/08/2011

Al-Ahwar TV

13

Kirkuk

02/13/2011

Al-Rasheed Channel

14

Salah Al-Deen

02/24/2011

Salah Al-Deen Channel

15

Karbala

02/25/2011

Karbala Channel

January 2011

No.

Province

Date of Radio talk Show/Interview

Channel

January 2011

1

Baghdad

01/15/2011

Al-Yawoon Radio

2

Diyala

01/21/2011

Diyala channel

3

Ninawa

01/24/2011

Ninawa Radio

4

Wasit

01/25/2011

Al-Nahrain Radio

5

Al-Qadisiyyah

01/09/2011

Diwaniya FM Channel

6

Anbar

01/19/2011

Sada Al Falooga Channel

7

Babil

01/20/2011

Itihad Al-Shabab Channel

8

Maysan

01/15/2011

Kul Al-Iraq Channel

9

Basra

01/04/2011

Radio Al-Amal

10

Al-Muthanna

01/26/2011

Al-Samawa Radio

11

Najaf

———-

————

12

Thi-Qar

01/06/2011

Al-Ahwar TV

13

Kirkuk

Al-Rasheed Channel

14

Salah Al-Deen

01/31/2011

Salah Al-Deen Channel

15

Karbala

01/23/2011

Karbala Channel

December 2010

 

 

December

 

Province

Radio Talk Show Date

Channel

1

Baghdad

12/06

Moosawa Radio

2

Diyala

12/21

Radio of Diyala

3

Najef

12/26

Najef FM Radio

4

Wasit

12/15

Al-Kut Channel

5

Maysan

12/30

Broadcast of Iraq radio

6

Thi-Qar

12/15

Al-Ahwar Radio

7

Al-Anbar

12/18

Sada Al-Fuloja Channel

8

Al-Qadisiyyah

12/23

Al- Diwania FM Radio

9

Mousel

12/24

Radio Ninawa

10

Babel

12/30

Al-Shaboneen Radio

11

Al-Muthanna

12/21

Al-Samawa Radio

12

Basra

12/20

Al-Amal Radio

13

Karbala

12/19

Radio of Karbala

14

Salah Al-Din

12/28

Salah Al- Din Radio

15

Kirkuk

12/19

Kiruk Channel

November 2010

 

 

November

 

Province

Radio Talk Show Date

Radio Channel

1

Baghdad

11/10

Radio Al-Yawan

2

Diyala

——

—-

3

Najef

—–

—–

4

Wasit

11/14

Al-Nehren Radio

5

Maysan

11/29

Broadcast of Iraq radio

6

Thi-Qar

11/12

Al-Ahwar Radio

7

Al-Anbar

11/24

Al-Fuloja Radio

8

Al-Qadisiyyah

11/15

Al- Diwania FM Radio

9

Mousel

11/24

Radio Ninawa

10

Babel

11/13

Al-Hill Radio

11

Al-Muthanna

11/23

Al-Samawa Radio

12

Basra

11/11

Al-Amal Radio

13

Karbala

11/21

Radio of Karbala

14

Salah Al-Din

——

—–

15

Kirkuk

—–

—–

October 2010:

 

Name of /governorate &org.

Date of meeting

Channel

1

Baghdad/ woman good for women

28/ 10 / 2010

Radio al- yawom

2

Deyala/eave org.

26/10 /2010

Radio deyala

3

Naynawa/family &chilled org.

23/10 / 2010

Radio neynawa

4

Waste /democratic woman

28 /10 / 2010

Al-nahrain radio

5

Al dewaniya /mutiny org.

18 10 / 2010

Al dewaniya broadcasting fm.

6

Al anbar/ al safa org.

17/10/2010

Al falooja broadcasting

7

Babylon /ishtar press center

21 /10/ 2010

Al – hill broadcasting

8

Maysan/ scientific org.

12/10/2010

All Iraq broadcasting

9

al basrah/al iekaa org.

19/10/2010

Al amal radio

10

Al mouthana/pioneer ladies org.  

24 /10/ 2010

Al samawa radio

11

Al najef /iktemal org.

Al najaf broadcasting
Fm.

12

Dee qar /al habooby association

18/10/2010

Al ahwar TV. radio

13

Karkook/development 
With out boarders

______________

14

Salah al deen /Iraqiwoman org.

 

15

Karbala /human rights monitor org

25/10/2010

Karbala broadcasting

The Baghdad town-hall meeting was held in Al-Zafarania Youth Forum on May 15, 2011. Tribal leaders, government officials, NGO members and people from different sectors of the Iraqi society attended the meeting, total of 79 participants. Among the dignitaries who attend the meeting and responded to the inquires and concerns of the general public were, Ms. Basma Abdul Ammir, a Baghdad Provincial Council Member and Shaik Mohamed Al-Kadiry, Chief of Al-Zafarania  Support Council. The meeting was covered by the following media channels: Al-Ahad satellite TV channel, Al-Rusheed TV Channel, Al-Rai Newspaper, Al-Taaki Newspaper. 

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Province

Meetings of March 2011

1

Baghdad

03/01/2011

2

Diyala

03/02/2011

3

Al-Najaf

03/08/2011

4

Wasit

03/05/2011

5

Maysan

03/06/2011

6

Thi-Qar

03/01/2011

7

Kirkuk

——

8

Salah Al-Deen

03/07/2011

9

Karbala

03/07/2011

10

Ninawa

03/02/2011

11

Al-Anbar

03/08/2011

12

Basra

03/03/2011

13

Al-Qadisiyyah

03/02/2011

14

Babil

03/08/2011

15

Al-Muthana

03/16/2011

March Radio talk show with PC official , Ninawa province

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Al-Muthana Radio talk show with PC official

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March TV Show in Wasit  province

March IMG meeting with PC members
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IMGs Coalition Meeting  of Basra in March  2011
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Al-Manara Network (Wasit Province, October 22, 2010)

http://www.almannarah.com/Mobile/NewsDetails.aspx?CatID=6&NewsID=20400

Wasit news network  (Wasit province, October 21, 2010)

http://www.wasitpress.net/news.php?action=view&id=1310

Al-Nasiria electronic newspapers (Thi-Qar province, October 27, 2010)

http://nasiriaelc.com/index.php?act=artc&id=4258

Nasiria news network (thi-Qar province, October 28, 2010) 

http://www.nasiriyah.org/nar/ifm.php?recordID=16130

Al-Shabiya electronic newspaper (Th-Qar province, October 28, 2010)

http://www.nasiriyahnews.com/news.php?action=view&id=725

 

Broadcast from November 2010, Al-Qadisiyaah

Broadcast from Marshes Local Media Channel, Thi Qar

IMG Member interviewing Local Iraqi Official

Head of the Thi Qar IMG

Official being interviewed by IF’s IMG in Thi Qar

Screenshot from IF’s training materials, highlighting how inaction can lead to corruption.

During the month of August, IF Staff worked hard to promote transparency and accountability in Iraq. As part of the Provincial Accountability and Transparency Project (PAG), IF formed 15 Integrity Monitoring Groups (IMGs) to promote a dialogue on transparency, identify areas that need improvement, and work with local officials to implement an agreed upon Agenda for Change. To facilitate the IMGs’ work, IF arranged meetings in each of the 15 province to discuss difficulties encountered, work updates, and coordinate with local provincial councils. In addition, the IMGs conducted visits to their local provincial council to discuss the draft Agenda for Change in their provinces. Each IMG also conducted a local radio talk show with provincial council officials. During these programs, IMGs described the steps that need to be taken to fight corruption in their local province.

In addition to this exciting work, IF PAG staff in Baghdad met with new U.S. Embassy anti-corruption officials on August 9th. The next day, IF staff in Baghdad participated in a U.S. Embassy strategy meeting to discuss Iraqis anti-corruption policy.

On October 9, 2012, IF hosted a screening of the film, “Interfaith Dialogue in Mesopotamia,” at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, DC. The screening was held in cooperation with the Global Politics and Religion Initiative and the Middle East Studies Program of SAIS.

Dr. Leila Austin, Co-Director, Global Politics and Religion Initiative, SAIS provided opening comments and welcomed attendees to SAIS. Rend Al-Rahim, Executive Director of the Iraq Foundation provided an introduction of the Iraq Foundation (IF), the film and welcomed Michael Posner, Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor. Mr. Posner discussed the importance of freedom of religion and religious diversity in Iraq and in the Middle East region. His Excellency,Ambassador Samir Sumaidaie commented on the history of religious coexistence in Iraq.

The screening aimed to capture Iraq’s thriving belief cultures and foster understanding among a U.S.-based audience of Iraq’s long history as a country where religious diversity has flourished. To achieve this goal, the event showcased a film, produced in cooperation with AlSumaria, based on documentaries produced by the participants of the Interfaith Cooperation Project (ICP), which aims to deepen public knowledge and promote dialogue about Iraq’s diverse religious heritage and to enhance religious freedom, interfaith cooperation, trust and mutual respect among faith communities. As part of this project, IF sponsored a nationwide documentary film competition and selected teams of young Iraqi men and women from different religious backgrounds and provinces who came together to produce 15 documentaries on significant historic religious sites across Iraq. The 5 best documentaries were edited and broadcast on national television. Documentaries cover historic shrines of all religions and a special emphasis on religious sites that are ‘shared’ by many different faiths and religious sites in close proximity, demonstrating how different faiths can live and worship side by side. Project participants held 63 discussion-based screenings of the documentaries in 15 provinces, reaching an audience of over 8,000 people. Documentaries were broadcasted on five national Iraqi TV stations. It is estimated that one in four Iraqis has seen at least one of the documentaries.

Selected photos of event:

Dr. Leila Austin, Co-Director of SAIS’ Global Politics and Religion Initiative, welcomed audience to SAIS.

Rend Al-Rahim, Executive Director of the Iraq Foundation, provided introductory comments.

Assistant Secretary of State, Michael Posner, discussed religious diversity in Iraq and the region.

His Excellency, Ambassador Samir Sumaidaie, Former Ambassador of Iraq to the United States discussed the film’s themes.

The screening aimed to capture Iraq’s thriving belief cultures and foster understanding of Iraq’s long history as a country where religious diversity has flourished.

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