Justice & Accountability
February 21, 2021
Former prosecutor: More evidence of war crimes against Syrian President Assad than there was against Nazis
There are thousands of photos of victims tortured to death by Assad's minions in addition to the paperwork linking their murders to the Syrian dictator.
February 19, 2021
Syrian Democratic Forces Have Arrested/ Detained at Least 61 Teachers Over Educational Curricula and for Forced Conscription
Persecution of Nearly 550 Teachers Arbitrarily Dismissed from Their Jobs for Refusing Forced Conscription in the Governorates of Raqqa, Deir Ez-Zour and Hasaka
February 17, 2021
Justice to Transcend Conflict
This report adopts a practical approach to countering injustice through dynamic corrections of what is perceived as unfair constraints or outcomes by society.
February 13, 2021
Building Pressure Against EU Treatment of Refugees and Migrants
A number of claims arise from mistreatment attributed to Italian officials as well. In a decision announced on January 27, the UN Human Rights Committee found that Italy had violated the right to life from an incident involving the deaths of over 200 people, including 60 children at sea.
February 10, 2021
Syria: UN experts call on 57 states to repatriate women and children from squalid camps
United Nations group of experts says countries of origin have primary responsibility to protect nationals in vulnerable situations outside their territories
February 8, 2021
Has United Nations Helped Resolve Syrian Conflict?
The challenge, in fact, is greater than we think, as the demand for the intervention of the United Nations to limit the increasing violation of the law in weak states that have lost their sovereignty, continues to grow.
February 7, 2021
Has the UN simply failed in Syria, or is it complicit in the regime’s crimes?
The UN is essentially shackled by the original sin of its founding, which was to grant the permanent members of the Security Council the power of veto.
February 6, 2021
The Most Notable Human Rights Violations in Syria in January 2021
Failure in the Geneva Negotiations Adds to Inability to Stop the Egregious Violations in Syria
February 6, 2021
ISIS and Cycles of Violence: Attaining Security by Protecting Rights in Syria and Iraq
But responsibility for the prosecution of alleged ISIS members, and the provision of support to their innocent families, does not fall only to Iraqi and Syrian authorities.