Leticia Armendáriz (Section 1,2,3,4 and Concluding remarks) and Jordi Palou-Loverdos(Annexes A,B,C,D)
Mr. K.D. (Iraq) and Mr. E.A. (Iraq).
Felipe Daza, CoDirector o Nova – Institute or Active Nonviolence Action, and Anna Roses,ormer coordinator o Nova.
With the key support o
Leonie Van Tongeren (The Netherlands), Jose Mª Duarte (Spain) and Carmen Cutrí (Italy)
The Privatization o Warare, Violence and Private Military & Security Companies:A actual and legal approach to human rights abuses by PMSC in Iraq was implemented in theramework o the international peace and non-violence program “LaOn initiative: strengtheningthe conict prevention and resolution capacities o Iraqi non-violence civil society organizationsto contribute to the peace-building process in their country” unded by the Council o the Cityo Barcelona – Programme Barcelona Solidarity. This investigation was presented beore the UN Working Group on the use o mercenaries asa means o violating human rights and impeding the exercise o the right o peoples to sel-determination, on October 2011 in Geneva.Cover idea: Jordi Palou-Loverdos
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