The AUIS community is invited to symposium on recent UG research into host community-refugee relationships. Three students - Kozhan Wahib, Hogar Hadi and Bilal Yaseen - together with a wide support cast visited refugee camps and the Sulaimani community in order to deepen their understanding of current refugee policy and its social effects. Date: Monday, February 4, 2019 Time: 11:30 AM Location: B-F2-39 Agenda 11:30 AM Opening remarks - Dr. Tobin Hartnell 11:45 AM Durkheim's theory of solidarity and refugee policy 12:00 PM Deviance theory and refugees in the KRG 12:15 PM Transaction cost economics as a means to better policy 12:30 PM Concluding remarks
60% of archaeological sites in Southern Iraq looted: NRT English reports from the Protecting the Past conference at AUIS, hosted in collaboration with EAMENA Project and Sulaimani University.
The (R)evolutions in Prehistory Symposium will be a discussion held by three international archeologists including Prof. Olivier Neuwenhuyse (Leiden), Maria Bianca (Frei Universitat Berlin), and Takahiro Odaka (Japan). The topics discussed will be: (R)evolutions in the economy (R)evolutions in politics (R)evolutions in climate The focus of the symposium will be Northern Iraq and the greater Kurdish region.