The Common Good
January 2006

Women's Work

by Rose Marie Berger | January 2006

Members of Women’s Will, an Iraqi human rights organization, demonstrate outside the Ministry of Human Rights in Baghdad for better treatment of prisoners.

Members of Women’s Will, an Iraqi human rights organization, demonstrate outside the Ministry of Human Rights in Baghdad for better treatment of prisoners. “Small actions, such as putting up posters, and large actions, like demonstrations, all add up and make a difference,” Women’s Will coordinator Hana Ibrahim told Christian Peacemaker Teams.

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