See Who’s Standing with Restore Nineveh Now
Restore Nineveh Now is a project headed up by the American Mesopotamian Organization. It is also supported by a number of groups which understand that the long term solution to the attacks against Assyrians, Yezidis and other religious minorities in northern Iraq is the self-governing Nineveh Plain Province. Current coalition partners include:
American Mesopotamian Organization: A a grassroots/ Political Action Committee founded to influence and guide U.S. policy on matters of interest to the Assyrian American community and to help elect candidates, regardless of their political party affiliation to all levels of government (local, state and Federal) that will support the Assyrian nation in its struggle to attain its cultural and political rights on its ancestral lands.
Assyrian Aid Society of Iraq: A charitable, humanitarian, non-profit organization, Assyrian Aid Society is non-government organization that operates under the principle of voluntary collective action to achieve humanitarian goals through development programs and capacity building, relief, education and culture awareness.
Iraqi Christian relief Council: Iraqi Christian Relief Council is a 501(c)(3) organization which acts in coordination with entities and organizations in the United States of America to educate the American public about the religious and ethnic cleansing being inflicted on Christians in Iraq. Their objective in raising awareness among the Americans is to ask for their prayers while raising and delivering financial assistance for the Iraqi Christians affected by atrocities.
Seyfo Center: A non-political, non-sectarian organization, the Sefyo Center is devoted to the research and documentation of contemporary issues related to the history, politics, society, and culture of Assyrian around the world.
Yezidi Human Rights Organization-International: Yezidi Human Rights Organization-International is a non-profit organization whose mission is the defense and promotion of the basic human rights and freedoms of the Yezidi peoples.