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
Iraq: Abductions Linked to Baghdad Protests, 7 Missing, 2 Known Arrested
Women in Iraq Defiantly Take to the Streets Despite Fears they ‘Could Die at Any Moment’
Iraqi Human Rights Defenders: Challenges They Face and Support They Need
Mounting Toll in Iraq Protests as Internet Cut Again
Hear Us Now: Stop the Bombing!
Victims of Turkish, Iranian Cross-Border Bombings Speak Out in Soran
UNESCO Should Address the Impacts of Upstream Dam Construction on the Ahwar of Iraq and Support Transboundary Water-Sharing Agreements
Peaceful Coexistence in The First Kokamila Peace Festival in The City of Karamlis
10 Years of Solidarity in Action!
Water Uprising in Basra: 15 Protestors Lose Their Lives and Political Alliances Are Redrawn
‘Iraq is Dying’: Oil Flows Freely but Corruption Fuels Growing Anger
Peaceful Demonstrator Killed in Front of West Qurna Oil Field — ICSSI Issues an Urgent Call for the Iraqi Government to Open an Investigation