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.
Key documents from the International Civil Society Solidarity Initiative (ICSSI)
Kurdistan Iraq: What is Solidarity in the Time of the Coronavirus Epidemic?
Building Solidarity with Migrants, Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons in the Time of the Coronavirus
Building Solidarity Among Teachers and Students in the Time of COVID-19
Economic and Political Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Containment and Prevention of COVID-19: Building Global Solidarity
Iraqi Civil Society Activists Deeply Concerned About a Law Giving Clerics Seats on the Federal Supreme Court
“Reflections on 10 Years of the Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative”
Iraqi Call to International Civil Society to Stand in Solidarity With the Nonviolent Protests in Iraq
Environmental Threats, Lack of Water, Poor Job Opportunities and Declining Social Benefits Produce Massive Protests in Southern Iraq
UNESCO Needs to Recognize the Upstream Dam Threats to the Iraqi Marshes – We Call to Work With Independent Civil Society!
Covering Corruption Exposes Journalists to Arrest in Iraq
Years of Civil Society Protest Bring Change to Iraq