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.
Girls and Women: Caught between Lockdown and Domestic Violence
“Sports Against Violence” Organizes a Webinar to Discuss Women’s Sports in Iraq
Protests Begin Again in Southern Iraq as the Government Prepares to Count and Honor Victims of the Demonstrations
Girls and Women Caught Between Domestic Violence and Lockdown
Security Forces in Iraqi Kurdistan Detain 8 Journalists in Duhok Covering Protest; Charge 4
Will Passing the Domestic Violence Law Reduce Violence Against Women?
Iraq’s New Government Must Deliver on Promises to End Impunity for Deaths and Human Rights Violations of the Protesters
Threats to Journalists and a Free Press Rise in Iraq
Freedom of Expression and the Work of Civil Society Organizations During COVID-19 with a Focus on the Kurdistan Region of Iraq
Iraq: An Exhausted Healthcare Sector Needs a Brighter Horizon
Kurdistan Iraq: What is Solidarity in the Time of the Coronavirus Epidemic?
The Foresight and Vision of the Shakofyan Development and Cultural Organization