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
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
Iraq Election Commission Ignored Warnings Over Voting Machines
Protests in Southern Iraq Intensify as Demonstrators Stage 2 Sit-Ins on Site at Oil Fields Run by Exxon Mobil and Eni — Armored Vehicles Deployed in Response
Campaign Brainstorming with the Youth Volunteers of the Mashufna Center
15 Years Later: The Iraqi Social Forum Spreads Messages of Peace and Solidarity to Cities Which Opposed the 2003 War in Iraq
Will Iraq’s New ‘Tribal court’ Undermine Rule of Law?
Fostering solidarity across borders to protect the shared rivers of Mesopotamia!
Iraq’s Yezidis are trapped amidst the rivalries all around them
The Second Season of Humat Dijlah Festival: An Important Space to Raise Water Issues
A Great Achievement After 4 years of Campaigning: The Marshes of Iraq Inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage