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Shirazi Foundation's expert on International Relations attended an interactive symposium hosted by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, titled Yemen catastrophe what can be done to stop the war. Due to the ongoing conflict the United Nations estimates more than 10,000 civilians have been killed. UNICEF

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Shirazi Foundation’s researcher on Rise of Extremism  attended an interactive conference hosted by the United States Institute of Peace, titled, Stabilizing Iraq: What Is the Future for Minorities?. Shortly after opening remarks Dr. Fareed Yasseen Iraq's Ambassador to the U.S stated that the consequence of

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Our Human Rights Researcher attended a conference hosted by Young Professionals in Foreign Affairs titled Human Rights in Egypt, sharing views on in-depth research of human rights the dynamics, politics, and discourses in the Middle East and between Middle Eastern and Western counterparts. The expert

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Shirazi Foundation's Mujtaba Mohammad maintains a constant contact with the Refugee camps in Europe and Northern America. The organization has begun to contact refugee facilities located in some European countries and the United States of America to view the situation of residents and see their needs,

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Shirazi Foundation attended an interactive symposium hosted by The Wilson Center, titled What's Next For Afghanistan- Pakistan Relations?.An expert panel recognized that there has been a shift and a split between the two counties historically on many issues. In terms of the many terrorist groups

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Shirazi Foundation attended an interactive conference hosted by the United States Institute of Peace titled Building the Programs That Can Better Build The Peace. The expert panel carefully explored the mythological vigor that takes place in the peace building process. How to comprehensively measure the

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