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Democratization and Radicalization in Iraqi Campuses
Edited by Ali Latif
December 2006
Liberated from the clutches of the Ba'ath Party, many universities in Iraq have been experiencing a worrying wave of radicalization. This report looks at this trend and explores successes in combating it.

Attitudes Towards Democracy
Edited by Ali Latif
March 2005
University students represent the most-educated tier of Iraq's young men and women. The prospect of democracy in Iraq largely rests on the shoulders of these students, as they will be the future leaders and policy makers of this country. Iraq's long-term future as a democratic nation rests on their, as of yet, largely unexplored beliefs and attitudes. In order to explore the beliefs and attitudes of university students towards democracy, the Iraqi Prospect Organization surveyed a nationally representative, stratified, probability sample of 834 Iraqi university students.

Considerations for an Electoral System for Iraq's Transition Period
Edited by Sama Hadad
March 2004
After the signing of the Transitional Administrative Law on March 8, 2004, Iraq is set to hold its first democratic elections before February 2005. Iraqis will elect a National Assembly which will be tasked with drafting the constitution as well as acting as a transitional legislature. A fundamental debate taking place is which electoral system should be deployed for the elections. This report outlines the various types of electoral systems and analyses their advantages and disadvantages to Iraq's transition to democracy.

Iraqi Constitution: Iraqi Thoughts
Edited by Yasser Alaskary
December 2003
Iraq has embarked on a transition towards democracy and a key step in this process will be the conception of a new constitution. This report, a humble first step in the necessary process of engagement with ordinary Iraqis, was put together following numerous roundtable discussions with young Iraqi men and women in Baghdad, Al-Ramadi, Najaf, Nassiriyah, and London.

© 2007 Iraqi Prospect Organisation
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