WHEN

 
START:  - END: 

  WHERE

Lowy Institute
31 Bligh Street
Sydney  NSW
Australia

  Ticket Prices

Ticket Price
General Ticket $50
NGO $25
FY2019/20 Events Subscription $0
FY 20 Half-Year Events Subscription $0
FY2019/20 Supporters Circle - Platinum $0
FY2019/20 Supporters Circle - Gold $0
FY2019/20 Supporters Circle - Silver $0
Lowy Institute $0
Student $0
Media $0
Corporate Member $0

Today Iraqis find themselves caught in an array of competing forces. Their country is a battleground for foreign actors, from militias to major powers. Their domestic politics are increasingly violent as the state reacts brutally to popular demands for better governance and accountability. Yet we rarely hear Iraqi perspectives on these turbulent events.

Join us for a conversation between one of the Middle East’s leading young political analysts, Hafsa Halawa, and Lowy Institute Nonresident Fellow Anthony Bubalo, who will discuss how Iraqis see the future of peace and politics in their country and the wider region.

Hafsa Halawa is an independent political and development consultant and a Nonresident Scholar at the Middle East Institute in the United States. Of Egyptian and Iraqi heritage, she has lived and worked across the region for over a decade. Since 2018, she has been working in Iraq on a range of projects aimed at promoting social cohesion, conflict management, and women’s rights.

 

All Lowy Institute public events are on the record and open for media attendance.

Event Image

Contact Us

Lowy Institute
31 Bligh Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
+61 2 8238 9000 
events@lowyinstitute.org