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.
Building More Large Dams Threatens Southern Iraq and Increases Drought and Water Scarcity: No More False Solutions
Stop Water Wars! Do Not Weaponize Dams and Other Critical Infrastructure
Into Thin Air: New Report by Save the Tigris Examines Evaporation Losses From Dam Reservoirs in Iraq
International Water Forum Discusses the Water Crisis in North-East Syria
As Its Rivers Shrink, Iraq Thirsts For Regional Cooperation
Fears of Disappearance of the Lower Zab in 2030
Letter From Save the Tigris to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre on Ashur, the Ahwar, and Makhoul Dam: Civil Society Concerns and Requests
Water Transfer Projects Threaten the Lesser Zab!
Letter From Save the Tigris to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre: Concerns and Requests regarding the Ahwar of Iraq
Experts: Water Drought is One of Three Crises Threatening Iran
The Second Season of Humat Dijlah Festival: An Important Space to Raise Water Issues
Renaissance Dam in Ethiopia and the Similar Turkish Case