Inas Jabbar Ne’ma

Tammuz Organization for Social Development
Iraq






A civil activist since 2005 and a member of the Iraqi Women's Network who has worked on election issues and monitoring and documenting violations, and defending women's rights. Inas participated in the October revolution since October 25, 2019 as a demonstrator and supporting the protest movement by providing logistic support and sit-in tents, and worked to convey the demands of demonstrators, especially those related to the violence that accompanied the protests to international actors and highlighted them in the media. 

Inas has worked with women's groups and NGOs to embrace issues related to women's rights, including campaigning to push for legislation to protect against domestic violence, documenting the stories of survivors of sexual violence, and providing legal and medical assistance to displaced people in Anbar province after ISIS terrorist groups took control. 

An activist in the field of civil work since 2005, where she has worked on several issues ranging from monitoring Iraqi elections and monitoring and documenting violations, defending women's rights and adopting the most important issues that advance her status quo, she worked in the field of documenting the stories of survivors of sexual violence after interviewing them, part of the campaign to advocate and defend for the adoption of the law against domestic violence, active in the protest movement, working in the field of providing legal and medical assistance to displaced people from Anbar province after ISIS control. She is a member of “ Mesar Kahramana”  to promote women's participation in civil policy making centers.