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The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO, in cooperation with The NGO Coordination Committee for Iraq (NCCI) and under the patronage of the High Commission for Literacy, organized Two Workshops on "Coordination and cooperation between the High Commission for Literacy represented by the Executive Body and Civil Society Organizations" The workshops were held in Baghdad and Basra on the 9th and 10th of June, 2013. ----- CSOs from all over Iraq attended the workshops. The workshops aimed to develop the coordination mechanisms and strengthen the partnership between the High Commission for Literacy and the Civil Society Organizations working in the areas of literacy and registered at the Ministry of Education.
UNOPS, in partnership with NCCI and funded by the European Union, lunched a new website for a charter project “The Charter of Cooperation between Public Authorities and Non-Governmental Organizations for the Development of Iraqi Society." For more information, visit the following link: www.iraqicharter.org.
First Draft of the Charter in Arabic and/or English What is the Charter? The Charter is a policy on cooperation between non-governmental organizations and the public authorities (the Council of Representatives and the government) that we hope will be adopted by the Council of Representatives by the end of the year. The policy includes provisions:• proposing mutual respect and equal partnership as values and principles to govern relations between civil society and public authority;• increasing mechanisms for citizen action and participation by citizens and non-governmental organizations in public life and policy-making;• protecting the political independence of civic initiatives;• improving transparency and accountability of public authorities and non-governmental organizations; and• establishing channels for sustainable funding for civic initiatives. The Charter is…
04 Jun 2013
NCCI is glad to announce you that it has successfully completed the registration process in KRG (acquired it on 2 June 2013). The application process for NGOs in KRG takes about 2 months, and if you have any questions or require information about the registration process please do not hesitate to contact NCCI Erbil office . For more information about registration process and download of registration forms please refer to NCCI’s NGO registration page (http://www.ncciraq.org/ngos/ngoreg).
21 May 2013
This is a call for applications to volunteer as workshop facilitators for the purpose of drafting a compact between the public authorities and NGOs for the development of the Iraqi society. For more information in Arabic please click on this link
The NGO Branch of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (ECOSOC) is holding the 2013 ECOSOC High Level Segment (HLS) on 1 - 5 July 2013 at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. The HLS will include sessions on the Annual Ministerial Review (AMR). The theme for the AMR segment this year will focus on "Science, technology and innovation, and the potential of culture, for promoting sustainable development and achieving the Millennium Development Goals".In an effort to highlight and advocate for the Iraqi humanitarian and development context in Iraq, NCCI submitted a written statement to be shared during the HLS. The statement was approved by the NGO Branch of ECOSOC for distribution and will be shared on…
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