Who We Are

An independent, non-governmental, and non-profit institution established in 2003 by a number of youths from different Iraqi background. The institution located in Mosul and aims at affording training, preparing studies and consultations in human rights and civil peace building fields Our Vision: An Iraqi civil society based on democracy, non-violence principles and respecting human rights What We Want: The institution endeavors to reach an ideal society that respects human rights and founded on the basis of democracy and dialogue principles through gradual cultural and political change. A society that works on non-violence basis, more sharing, and a one that knows how to demand its rights and tied by close relationships Objectives:

  • Enhancing human rights in the Iraqi society
  • Spreading the culture of peace and tolerance
  • Raising democracy and respecting other views
  • Bridging the gaps among NGOs in IRAQ in order to share information and experiences to achieve their goals

2021 Impact

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Success Stories

Donovan Salem Hanna, a passionate young man from a rural community, pursued his dream of becoming an electrical technician by undergoing rigorous training. Despite facing multiple challenges in handling electrical materials, he remained committed to his trainer's instructions and worked hard to acquire strong skills in electrical installations. His dedication paid off as he learned how to troubleshoot and maintain electrical systems efficiently.

Donovan's excellent training and hard work have made him one of the best electrical technicians in Batnaya. His expertise and experience in this field have attracted many customers who trust him to install new electrical systems. With his skills, Donovan is now establishing a church in his community and aspires to secure more job opportunities in the future.

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