Civil Society Development

Following to the fall of the Former totalitarian Regime in 2003, the Civil Society benefited from a sudden development with the set up of many organizations and entities.

INSAN is dedicated to participate in building the capacity of these new institutions working in a similar field with humanitarian purposes, through sharing its experience and expertise. INSAN aims at promoting best practices and putting in place mechanisms to facilitate communication and exchange.

INSAN seeks at systematically collaborating with other organizations while conducting activities and projects and has already led coalitions of Iraqi organizations to implement nationwide programs through supervising and coordinating work of partners and ensuring the success of the initiatives.

INSAN is organizing training programs building the capacity of civil society organizations, in the field of conflict management in particular.

INSAN is leading two networks in Iraq:

- Salamnet : Network of 12 Iraqi organizations working in the field of conflict management and peace building -

- Iraqi Network for IDPs' Rights (INIR): Network of 26 organizations in 4 central/south Governorates working on IDP issues



List of projects conducted:


- Working in a conflict environment - Training program for Iraqi NGOs (2008/2009)