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
Shiite protesters get broad backing throughout Iraq
The Fight for a New Iraq
Mounting toll in Iraq protests as internet cut again
Human rights violations ongoing: UN Second Special Report on protests in Iraq
“Uhud Mountain of Baghdad” A Strategic Building Remains Occupied by Protesters Despite Attempts by Security Forces to Evacuate It
Iraq’s Ancient City of Ur: Source of Law, Site of Wonder
Water, Culture, Arts, Sport, and Social Cohesion. This is How Youth of Qamishlo Seek to Activate their Role in the City!
Urim Initiative: Creating a Sustainable Preservation Plan for the Ur Archaeological Site
A Campaign to Save the Natural and Cultural Heritage of Maysan Province
The ISF Offers a Campaign Development Training to Youth in Falluja and Ramadi
Young Activists from Hit Receive a Training on Building and Implementing Campaigns Aimed at Peace and Social Cohesion
From the Midst of the Rubble, Hopes Glow for a Brighter Tomorrow — Youth Campaigns Flourish in Baiji City After The Liberation from Daesh