Tag: Humat Dijlah

8Jun
Covid-19 and Climate Change in Iraq – An Online Seminar by Humat Dijlah

The global impact of the Covid-19 lockdowns is prompting those concerned with environmentalism to discuss the post-pandemic world. Climate change is one of the most pressing global issues.…

3May
The Shared Responsibility Behind the Pollution of The Tigris River in Baghdad

By Humat Dijlah, Baghdad, 3 May 2020 In the following article, we review a number of points related to water pollution in Baghdad. We talk in detail about…

22Mar
Nineveh Youth Aim to Campaign for Environmental Recovery in Mosul

Youth of Nineveh Governorate are preparing to launch environmental campaigns to confront the effects of pollution and the deterioration of the environment in their governorate. To support this…

12Dec
Call for the Immediate Release of 2 Activists!

Baghdad, 12 December 2019 Salman Kairallah Al-Mansoori and Omar Kadhem Al-Amri, two Iraqi activists for human and environmental rights, have disappeared in Baghdad since yesterday and are still…

17Jun
“The Reality of Water Security and Sustainability” A Seminar Organized by Humat Dijlah and the College of the Origins of Religion

Humat Dijlah (Tigris Protectors) collaborated with the College of the Origins of Religion at Baghdad University to present the seminar, “The Reality of Water Security and Sustainability,” held…

20Mar
As World Water Day Approaches, Tigris Protectors Highlight Iraq’s Water Challenges

22 March marks World Water Day, when millions of people around the world raise their voices each year to highlight those struggling to protect rivers and waters. In…

8Nov
Youth Water Activists Announce “Euphrates Protectors” in Nasiriyah!

20 passionate youth activists from cities along the Euphrates River have established a network of Humat Al-Forat, “Euphrates Protectors”, a new offshoot of Humat Dijlah (Tigris Protectors) Organisation.…

31Jan
Postponement of Ilisu Dam Reservoir is Not a Success!

Statement by Humat Dijlah Baghdad, January 2018 With great concern we are following the decreasing water supply to the Tigris River — a problem which has the potential…