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.
The campaign to save the Tigris and Marshes, threatened by the Ilisu dam in Eastern Turkey.
As Its Rivers Shrink, Iraq Thirsts For Regional Cooperation
Letter From Save the Tigris to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre on Ashur, the Ahwar, and Makhoul Dam: Civil Society Concerns and Requests
Diyala in Catastrophic Situation, Most Farmers Leave Their Farmland Due to Drought
Iranian Environmentalists Mark International Day Against Water Transfer
Message from Humat Dijlah and Save the Tigris on the Occasion of World Water Day
Water Shortage Crisis Escalating Between Turkey, Iraq and Syria
Water Transfer Projects Threaten the Lesser Zab!
Iraqi President’s Speech at UN’s Climate Ambition Summit 2020: Iraq is Moving into a New, Greener Era
Traditional Boats Adorn the Tigris River to Celebrate the Efforts of Medical Personnel in Confronting COVID
New Project Launched to Promote Socio-Economic Growth through Eco-Tourism and Heritage Preservation in Dhi Qar
NEW REPORT AND WEBTOOL PROVIDE INSIGHT INTO IRAQ’S LOOMING WATER CRISIS: IOM AND DELTARES
New Report by Save the Tigris Reviews the Dam Construction Policies of the Kurdistan Region