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Our mission is to promote and protect human rights and democracy in Iraq

Through advocacy, education, and outreach. We believe that every individual deserves respect and dignity regardless of their background or status, and we strive to create a safe and inclusive society where all voices are heard and valued.

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Civil activity
September 1, 2022

A session to address the challenges of industry in Iraq with IRIS Institute

In partnership with the American University in Sulaymaniyah and the Institute for Regional and International Studies (IRIS), a panel discussion was held with Ahmed Tabaqli and Rania Bakr, colleagues at…
Civil activity
August 23, 2022

Workshop on the art of dialogue and the basics of debate

’Moja organization held a workshop about the art of dialogue and the basics of debate, presented by researcher Mujtaba Al-Qadi, on Tuesday 16/8/2022.  
Civil activity
August 21, 2022

Digital security workshop

Wave organization held a workshop on digital security on 8/8/2022 corresponding to Thursday, attended by influencers, university students and educators, and presented by Mustafa Atallah, the organization’s media coordinator.  
Civil activity
August 20, 2022

Influncers and social leaders training camp

’Moja organization held a training camp for four days 25-28/11/2022. The camp provided an opportunity for influencers, content creators and social leaders-building contributors to train on advocacy campaigns, meet socially…
Civil activity
August 13, 2022

Ramadan session with the Social Democratic Movement

The Political Awareness Club held a Ramadan session in which it hosted young people in the social democratic movement. They discussed the aspirations of the Social Democratic movement for the…
Civil activity
August 13, 2022

Debate on participation and boycott in elections

In Wasit Governorate, Moja organization hosted a debate on election participation and boycott, which was attended by civil activists, media, and influencers.  
Civil activity
August 13, 2022

A visit of the MP Hadi al-salamy

As part of a series of Ramadan sessions held by Moja organization team to enhance communication between the community and their representatives in the Parliament and to form an effective…
Civil activity
July 20, 2022

A session to connect the people with their representatives by Moja organization

As part of a series of Ramadan sessions held by a Moja organization team to promote communication between the people and their representatives under the dome of Parliament and to…
Civil activity
July 19, 2022

A visit of the minister of interior

The Minister of Interior Othman Al-Ghanimi was hosted by the Political Awareness Club in Moja organization, and a dialogue between the minister and a variety of Najafi society, including deputies,…
Civil activity
July 18, 2022

The Conflict of Generations

Moja team held a dialogue session entitled "The Conflict of Generations", where a group of intellectuals and activists in the city of Najaf attended the session, and they discussed the…
Civil activity
October 15, 2021

Elections 2021: Circumstances, challenges and ways to make it work

12/8/2021 Moja Human Rights held a special session in which electoral expert Dr. Saad al-Abdali hosted several important guests, such as security leaders in Najaf province, and representatives of trade…
Civil activity
October 15, 2021

Participation and boycotting

After the assassination of activist Ihab Al-Wazi last May, the protesters were divided into supporters to participate in the elections and another part in support of the boycott, and in…

See What The International Press Say About Us

Grassroots groups like Moja brought new hopeful, creative and inclusive ways of being Iraqi in a country traumatised by decades of authoritarianism, imperialist military occupation, sectarian war and the fragmentation of its territory.

Zahraa AliAuthor at OpenDemocracy

"Café Moja is a small liberal island in the conservative Shiite pilgrimage town, in which almost everything else revolves around religion, in which there is hardly a woman who is not covered in black from head to toe."

Monika BolligerEditor at Republik

"Moja carried out a project called: “From Najaf, a message to Mosel.” Over a three-day period, about 1,000 handwritten letters were gathered from ordinary people in Najaf,
they told the people not to lose hope"

Cathy BreenAuthor at

Moja’s activities include “Christmas in Najaf,” a festival-like event in which Christmas trees are displayed in the main street of the city, a project Mekki said was initiated to make displaced Christian families from Mosul who settled in Najaf feel at home.

Doreen Abi RaadAuthor at

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