Statements & Reports

May 13, 2020

A Position of Syrian Civil Society Organisations on The Sanctions Imposed on Syria

The issue of the sanctions that are imposed on Syria, such as the American and the European sanctions, is considered one of the most controversial matters on the Syrian

May 10, 2020

Challenges for Medical Personnel, IDPs, Detainees in Syria Amid the Spread of the COVID-19

The Syrian Regime Has Killed 83 Medical Personnel in Detention Centers, and Is Still Detaining 3,327 of Them Since March 2011 Up to May 2020

May 9, 2020

Inside the Anwar Raslan Trial: the first four days

Severely deprives, in contravention of a general rule of international law, a person of his or her physical liberty

May 3, 2020

In April 2020: 5 violations were documented, including the killing of a journalist in the prisons of the Syrian regime

Thus, April witnessed a convergence in the numbers of violations of what was documented in March (3 violations) and January (two violations only) and a significant decrease from February (11 violations)

April 30, 2020

The Commission of Inquiry on Syria Invites Organizations, and Member States to submit Information and Documentation

The Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic reports to the Human Rights Council three times per year

April 23, 2020

Russian Forces Are Responsible for 43 Attacks on Medical Facilities

The UN Investigators’ Report in Northwest Syria Should Have Acknowledged Russian Forces’ Responsibility for the Bombing of the Schools Complex in Qal’at al Madiq

April 19, 2020

interactive map showing the use of chemical weapons in Syria

SNHR Contributes as a Pivotal Partner to Website Launched by the Global Public Policy Institute on Chemical Weapons in Syria

April 17, 2020

Did These Syrian Generals Watch A Chemical Attack On A Hospital?

We know that a delegation of generals visited a command post in Hama and observed strikes on al Lataminah on the March 25, 2017, the same day of the chlorine attack on the hospital

April 16, 2020

UN Fails to Acknowledge Own Failures in Hospital Attacks Inquiry

Of central importance to the BOI’s mandate was to make recommendations on what the UN should do “to avoid or at least minimize the recurrence of such incidents or to mitigate their effects.”