The Iraqi Christian Human Rights Council (Iraqi Christian HRC) is a U.S. based nonprofit representing Iraqi Christians internationally and entirely founded by the Iraqi Christian community. Iraqi Christian HRC promotes and advances the human, legal, and political rights of Iraqi Christians and other Middle Eastern Christians through legal projects, humanitarian relief projects, and international advocacy. Most of our team members originate from Mesopotamia (Iraq) and we are the natives of that ancient land. Therefore, Iraqi Christian HRC has a strong pulse on the history and culture of the Christian community in Iraq, the current Genocide Iraqi Christians face, and how to return the displaced Iraqi Christians to their homes. Iraqi Christian HRC also works to find solutions for the Iraqi Christians trapped as refugees in countries surrounding Iraq, rebuild the Christian towns and churches in Iraq, and restore our culture throughout Mesopotamia (Iraq) from Zakho to Basra, Iraq.
The Iraqi Christian HRC works in conjunction with the Iraqi Christian leadership in the U.S. and Iraq, and with community members/leaders on the ground in Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey, and Syria to serve the persecuted Iraqi Christian community. Additionally, the Iraqi Christian HRC works with other Christian leaders, charitable agencies, government officials, and human rights organizations to advance this very important cause.