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
The Iraq Report: Baghdad Hosts Regional Summit to Paper Over Domestic Woes
Why Turkey Should Stay Out of Sinjar
Water Shortage Crisis Escalating Between Turkey, Iraq and Syria
There Must Be a Complete and Total Ceasefire By Turkey in Iraqi Kurdistan
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
Statement on Arrest of National Geographic Photographer Mathias Depardon and the Imminent Move of the Zeynel Bey Tomb
A Great Achievement After 4 years of Campaigning: The Marshes of Iraq Inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage
Three Reasons Why Some People Downplay the Risk of the Ilisu Dam on Iraq?
Baghdad summons Turkish diplomat, Maliki warns Ankara over Kurdish oil
Road blockade by inhabitants of Hasankeyf against ILISU Dam
Iraqi Jurists Union Call to Prevent the Construction of the Turkey’s Ilisu dam on the Tigris River