Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq

PLEASE NOTE THIS SITE IS NOW AN ARCHIVE, AND IS NO LONGER UPDATED. 

For information on Iraq since May 2003, please visit www.iraqanalysis.org.
   
         
   
   

12 actions for 12 years of sanctions

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12 - Keep yourself informed

The best aid to campaigning against economic sanctions on Iraq is to keep yourself informed - read newspaper articles on Iraq, watch television news bulletins, listen to radio reports. The more detailed your knowledge about economic sanctions and their context, the more convincing will be your arguments for their removal. Simply to have read the details of the Security Council Resolutions on Iraq over the last twelve years is probably to know more than most journalists, politicians and members of the public.

If you have access to the internet, you might also find the CASI website, available at www.casi.org.uk, to be a useful resource. It contains all the latest information on Iraq, as well as links to a vast array of documentation from a range of sources, including statements and reports by UN organs, agencies and commissions, other intergovernmental institutions, governments, non-governmental institutions and religious bodies. It also contains an archive of CASIís newsletters and briefings, and of messages to the CASI email discussion list.

   
         
   

This archive site is hosted by the Iraq Analysis Group, to whom queries should be directed