Cooperation Circles in Iraq

URI MENA Cooperation Circles (CCs) welcome and honor diversity. Each group has a minimum of seven members and includes people from at least three different religions, spiritual expressions, or indigenous traditions. Individuals, associations and organizations can join a Cooperation Circle. The CCs are the heart of URI MENA’s work and are created by people who share a common vision: that our religious and spiritual lives, rather than divide us, can guide us to build community and respect for one another. 

Iraqi Youth for Dialogue and Coexistence creates a common platform for Iraqi Youths to interact, communicate, and develop dialogue skills in areas related to interfaith.
They are working to build a better future for the Kurdistan region of Iraq through publishing research and experiments about peace, the culture of “no for violence” and conflict resolution in a legal and peaceful way.
They are providing social and humanitarian services for vulnerable people while building interfaith bridges among all the diversities in the Kurdistan region.
Ur for Interfaith Dialogue & Peacemaking build bridges of understanding and love among people of diverse faiths in Iraq.
They are working working to restore peace in Iraq and focus on promoting minorities' rights and a culture of tolerance and active citizenship.
Youth for New World enhances the peaceful coexistence among followers of different religions and ethnic groups in Iraq, particularly in the Kurdistan region in North Iraq.