Shatha Abdul Razzak Abbousi can be an Iraqi women’s privileges activist. As an associate from the Iraqi Council of Reps, and specifically an associate of Iraq’s Individual Rights Committee, she’s worked to move human privileges legislation. She also became a member of The Pledge for Iraq, a females’s privileges activist group. Abbousi taught biology and Islamic research before leaving to take part in politics. Prior to the Iraq Battle of 2003, she was prohibited from teaching in virtually any state schools because of refusing to become listed on the Ba’ath Party, but following the battle she could teach within a public school. She received a 2007 International Females of Courage Prize.