Chatham House (CH) and Rafidain Center for Dialogue (RCD) are pleased to announce a cooperation and partnership program for the upcoming RCD Forum 2019 which will be held 3rd to 5th of Feb in Baghdad
RCD Forum 2019 is first of its kind to be held in Baghdad, and would be attended by highest level of Iraqi, regional and International officials from the Governments, as well as Parliament members, scholars and researchers from major Think Tanks and universities from Iraq and abroad.
“Iraq is a key country for Chatham House's Middle East and North Africa Programme and we look forward to convening a panel of researchers and officials to discuss security sector challenges at the RCD Forum in Baghdad." Renad Mansour, Research Fellow in the Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House
“We are delighted to have Chatham House cooperating with RCD at the RCD Forum which is a unique forum to be held in Baghdad” said Farhad Alaaldin, Chairman of RCD Forum Organising Committee. “Chatham House’s agreement to participate in the Forum shows International communities serious care about Iraq and its affairs.”
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