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Campaign Activities
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Campaign Activities

An overview of selected Save the Tigris Campaign activities since its launch in 2012. Our Terms of Reference: Terms of Reference of the campaign (Latest update: May 2017) Overview of campaign activities: 2018 – December: Youth camp in the Iraqi Marshes for youth activists of the Euphrates Protectors Network 2018 – November: 7 workshops on...

Campaign Partners
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Campaign Partners

The current members of the Save the Tigris and Iraqi Marshes Campaign: Iraq: Al Mesalla, Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative (ICSSI), Waterkeepers Iraq, Iraqi People’s Campaign to Save the Tigris, Tammuz Organization for Social Development, Iraqi Social Forum, Ma’aluma Information Center, Humat Dijla Turkey: Initiative to Keep Hasankeyf Alive, Mesopotamian Ecology Movement, Hasankeyf Matters Iran: Alpine...

Press Releases of the Campaign
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Press Releases of the Campaign

Press Release September 22, 2016: Call for Collaboration on the Implementation of UNESCO Recommendations for the Iraqi Marshes – EN Press Release June 9, 2016: Call for Action to Protect the Marshlands of Mesopotamia! – EN Presss Release January 20, 2016: The Mosul Dam and the Italian Role. What are the Risks? – EN Press...

Papers, Reports and Videos
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Papers, Reports and Videos

Papers and reports published by the Campaign Video “Iraq Without Rivers: Ahwar Festival”, December 2018 – EN Video “Iraq Without Rivers: Protecting the Ahwar of Iraq”, December 2018 – EN Article “The Ahwar of Iraq: World Heritage in Peril” in the 2018 report of World Heritage Watch (p. 100), June 2018. Report on pollution of...

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Statement on arrest of National Geographic photographer Mathias Depardon and the imminent move of the Zeynel Bey Tomb

[:en]By Ercan Ayboga, Initiative to Keep Hasankeyf Alive Yesterday local sources reported that the Zeynel Bey Tomb in Hasankeyf, which has been encased in a concrete foundation, has now been lifted from its original foundation. According to local reports, the tomb will be moved today (Friday), the DSI (the State Hydraulic Works), which is responsible...