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The Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative (ICSSI) is dedicated to bringing together Iraqi and international civil societies through concrete actions to build together another Iraq, with peace and Human Rights for all.
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The Final Deceleration of the Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative Conference 2017 in Sulaimaniyah

The Final Deceleration of the Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative Conference 2017 in Sulaimaniyah

The Sixth Conference of the Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative Sulaymaniyah – Iraqi Kurdistan Region 18 January, 2017 Solidarity with Iraqi Civil Society in Its Nonviolent Struggle Against Injustice and Extremism Activists of the Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative [ICSSI], the Iraqi Social Forum [ISF], and the Kurdistan Social Forum [KSF], celebrated the big and...
The Bad Conditions of People’s Livelihood and Non-Violent Strike in KRG

The Bad Conditions of People’s Livelihood and Non-Violent Strike in KRG

بەر دەستە بە زمانی کوردی Awat Hassan Abdulla – Civil rights activist Paper presented at the ICSSI Annual Conference, 18th of January 2017, in Sulaymaniyah, Iraqi Kurdistan Region Beforehand, I want to say that the population of this region is almost 5 million people, more than 1, 600.000 people are employees!! In the past, people...
Social Movement in Iraq: Various Methods Aiming for A Civil State and Social Justice

Social Movement in Iraq: Various Methods Aiming for A Civil State and Social Justice

بەر دەستە بە زمانی کوردی Written by: Dr. Jassim Al-Hilfi presented by Ali Saheb in ICSSI Sixth Conference, Sulaymaniyah, Iraqi Kurdistan region 01/18/2017 Introduction Large demonstrations began in Iraq, in February 25, 2011, and grew into a widespread mass movement by July 31, 2015. These demonstrations occurred in all provinces and districts of Iraq, and...
We Are Part of a Global Struggle: Building International Solidarity

We Are Part of a Global Struggle: Building International Solidarity

بەر دەستە بە زمانی کوردی Nonviolent, Civil-Society Organizing in the U.S. and Opportunities for Solidarity with Iraq   Terry Kay Rockefeller September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows   Paper presented at the ICSSI Annual Conference, 18th of January 2017, in Sulaymaniyah, Iraqi Kurdistan Region   Let me start by saying a little about myself. On...
The Civil and Nonviolent Alternative to the Current Military Response to DAESH

The Civil and Nonviolent Alternative to the Current Military Response to DAESH

بەر دەستە بە زمانی کوردی By Martina Pignatti Morano, President, Un ponte per… www.unponteper.it Paper presented in ICSSI Sixth Conference, Sulaymaniyah, Iraqi Kurdistan region 01/18/2017 When the Mosul offensive really started, back in March 2016, people in the West did not realize it. When it escalated into the Battle of Mosul, in October, journalists called...
Lessons from Sulaymaniyah on International Solidarity

Lessons from Sulaymaniyah on International Solidarity

  بەر دەستە بە زمانی کوردی Ismaeel Dawood  – Paper presented at the opening session of ICSSI Sixth Conference, Sulaymaniyah, Iraqi Kurdistan region 01/18/2017   Ladies and Gentlemen, Good morning, I would like to start this speech on behalf of myself, and on behalf of ICSSI and all the attendees, with words of greetings and...
Solidarity with Iraqi Civil Society in its Nonviolent Struggle Against Injustice and Extremism

Solidarity with Iraqi Civil Society in its Nonviolent Struggle Against Injustice and Extremism

The registration for the conference has ended! Thank you. Available in Kurdish and Arabic We are calling for iraqi and international participants to attend the annual conference of the Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative, on Wednesday, the 18th of January 2017, in Sulaymaniyah, Kurdistan Region, IRAQ. Iraqi and international members of the Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity...
Registration for ICSSI conference 2017 in Sulaymaniyah, Kurdistan Region, IRAQ.

Registration for ICSSI conference 2017 in Sulaymaniyah, Kurdistan Region, IRAQ.

Registration for Iraqi and International Participants who would like to participate in the Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative Conference this year, titled “Solidarity with Iraqi Civil Society in its Nonviolent Struggle Against Injustice and Extremism“. It will take place on Wednesday, the 18th of January 2017 in Sulaymaniyah, Kurdistan Region of Iraq, which can be...
The Situation of Iraqi Women Facing Both State Repression and the Brutality of Daaesh

The Situation of Iraqi Women Facing Both State Repression and the Brutality of Daaesh

Yanar Mohammed President of the Organization of Women’s Freedom  Paper Prepared for ICSSI Conference Oslo – Norway, October 2014 Currently, Iraqi women find themselves confronting challenges that are unprecedented in Iraq’s modern history. As the government and the opposition parties controlled by Islamist groups compete with each other in barbaric practices of insulting and disrespecting...
Final Declaration  of the  Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative Conference  Oslo, Norway, 27-29 October 2014

Final Declaration of the Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative Conference Oslo, Norway, 27-29 October 2014

For three days, a group of Iraqi and international civil society activists met in the Norwegian city of Oslo to discuss the current crisis in Iraq. They came together to build international solidarity with civil society in Iraq in order to promote the far-reaching political and social reforms that are essential to confronting the root...
Civil Society, Civil Forces and the Crisis of Democracy in Iraq

Civil Society, Civil Forces and the Crisis of Democracy in Iraq

Ismael Dawood The Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative Paper prepared for ICSSI conference in Oslo – Norway – 2014   The political situation in Iraq has suffered from a kind of paralysis as it waits to see what will happen on the ground: after Mosul and most of the cities of Salahuddin and Anbar fell...
Labor legislation in Iraq: between reality and the future

Labor legislation in Iraq: between reality and the future

Wesam Chaseb Ouda Iraq’s program Manager – Baghdad, International Solidarity Center This document prepared for the ICSSI conference, Oslo , Norway – November 2014 Introduction As we speak today, the labor legislation that was valid during the era of Saddam Hussein remains in effect. No fundamental changes have occurred, other than a minor adjustment by Paul Bremer,...