Daesh and National Break-up · What Future for Iraq?

Thomas More Institute Seminar • Tuesday, November 10, 2015, 9:30 am-12 pm • Millenium Hotel Opera, Paris

By invitation only

10 novembre 2015 • Event •

Everyone knows: the fight against Daesh is now ineffective and insufficient. The situation in Iraq is extremely dangerous and the strategy of the international coalition is proving ineffective at properly dealing with the social, economic, and political challenges in Iraq.

What must be done to change this situation? There are three fundamental pillars that will support a truly united Iraq: reconciliation (between all of Iraq’s communities), reconstruction (especially on economic and social scales) and cooperation (comprehensive and inclusive so as to have all Iraqis united for peace).

The success of these objectives requires a particularly fierce fight against the corruption that prevents the country to recover and an effort in favor of national dialogue. Is it possible? Is there still time?

To talk about it, the Thomas More Institute is pleased to invite you to discuss and exchange with:

al-DhariSheikh Jamal Al-DHARI

Peace Ambassadors for Iraq, President

al ZobaieTalal Al-ZOBAIE

Iraqi Council of Representatives, Integrity Committee, Chairman

al-IgeeliRaheem Al-IGEELI

Legal Consultant, former Head of the Commission of Integrity

al-SaediSabah Al-SAEDI

Iraqi Council of Representatives, Member

benraadMyriam BENRAAD

Institute for Research and Studies on the Arab and Muslim World (France), Middle East Associate

hamillPaul HAMILL

American Security Project (Washington), Adjunct Senior Fellow

Millenium Hôtel Paris Opéra | 12, boulevard Haussmann | 75 009 Paris

Map-Millenium Hotel

Debate in French, English & Arabic | Simultaneous translation

Welcome Coffee from 8h45

Registration required before Monday, November 9, 2015