Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative
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.
An overview of our work
What is Behind the Delay in Implementing of the Agreement to Stabilize Sinjar?
Thousands of Protesters Return to Squares on the First Anniversary of the October Uprising
Traditional Boats Adorn the Tigris River to Celebrate the Efforts of Medical Personnel in Confronting COVID
Women in Iraq: From Revolution to Corona
Militia rockets kill five civilians in Iraqi capital as US mulls embassy withdrawal
ICSSI and CPT-Iraq Appeal to Iraq’s President and Prime Minister—End Turkish Cross-Border Bombing of Iraq
Iraqi Citizens and Government Debate a New Domestic Violence Law As Family Violence Increases
There Must Be a Complete and Total Ceasefire By Turkey in Iraqi Kurdistan
Police Officers Detained on Accusations of Violently Suppressing Demonstrators — What about Militias?
The Assassinations and Repression of Protesters Must Stop Immediately
UN: Accountability for Human Rights Violations During Peaceful Protests is Key
Launch of Sumereen: Socio-economic growth through eco-tourism in Thi Qar