The Iraq Policy Program aims to bridge the gap between youth and state by training young professionals in how to bring about positive change through policymaking.
Our team consists of professionals who have experience in the field of policy and research. Find out who they are.
The Program in Numbers
Critical Policy Areas
Hours of Training
What will you learn?
- Authoring and publishing skills in general, and specifically policy papers.
- Preparing, implementing, and evaluating advocacy campaigning skills.
- Networking with peers, experts, and governmental officials.
- Promoting your skills and academic output through the program’s website and publications.
Help participants acquire essential tools and skills to develop and advocate policies.
Identify five crucial areas of public policies in terms of stakeholders, structures, processes, and implementation, as well as, debates surrounding each policy.
Train participants in developing advocacy campaigns and facilitate meetings with state officials to initiate first steps towards implementing their own campaigns.
Mentor participants to produce policy papers on a major policy issue to enrich debates and nurture policy alternatives that might help policy makers in addressing challenging issues.
The Iraq Policy Program is sponsored and supported by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) and Al-Bayan Center for Planning and Studies.
- We are opening the application to all Iraqi applicants residing in IraqIn light of the received requests, we are opening the application to all Iraqi applicants residing in #Iraq. We initially limited program to Baghdad due to Covid-19 travel restrictions. Because…
- Stay Tuned! Application will be open in two weeksThe Iraq Policy Program team is pleased to announce that the first round of online applications will be available in two weeks from 1 – 15 August 2020. Please read…
- All Activities of Iraq Policy Program will be conducted on Zoom!Due to COVID-19 and in adherence to measures of Higher Committee for Health and National Safety, we decided to have all activities of the program online on Zoom application. Hence,…
- Program to accept 45 applicants instead of 20!The Program is extended to 45 instead of 20 applicants to allow a larger number of young professionals in Baghdad to participate in the program.
IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS IN THE AREA OF POLICY DEVELOPMENT, AND APPLY TO BE ACCEPTED TO THE IRAQ POLICY PROGRAM IN ORDER TO BE ABLE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR SOCIETY.
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