Justice & Accountability

May 16, 2021

19,192 Civilians Killed and 34,982 Others Arrested During the Months of Ramadan in the Last Ten Years

The Syrian Regime and Its Iranian and Russian Allies Are Responsible for 86% of the Total Killings.

May 11, 2021

The Limitations of the Principle of Universal Jurisdiction in the Service of the Accountability Process and Its Inability to Prosecute the Highest Ranking Officials

The task that universal jurisdiction can play is narrow and beset by numerous complications and difficulties stemming firstly from the nature of this principle itself, and secondly from the willingness or otherwise of the world’s countries to interact with it.

May 5, 2021

The Annual Report on the Most Notable Violations against Media Workers in Syria on World Press Freedom Day

709 Journalists and Media Workers Have Been Killed Since March 2011, Including 52 Due to Torture

April 28, 2021

The Presidential Elections That the Syrian Regime Unilaterally Plans to Hold Are Illegitimate, Imposed by Regime Security Services and Undermine the Political Process

Bashar al Assad Is Accused of Committing Many Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes and Must Be Held Accountable

April 23, 2021

Joint Statement : Now the Syrian Regime’s Stripped of Its Privileges from the Chemical Weapons Convention

We Look Forward to the Creation and Implementation of New Accountability Mechanisms as a Step on the Path of Justice in Syria.

April 19, 2021

Brussels V: Prolonging the Present Crisis

Donor states should instead strategically condition aid to the relevant parties upon actions taken toward specific policy goals that facilitate humanitarian work.

April 19, 2021

In Nine Years, the Syrian Regime Has Dropped Nearly 82,000 Barrel Bombs, Killing 11,087 Civilians, Including 1,821 Children

Security Council Resolution 2139 Must Be Implemented and Perpetrators of Indiscriminate Bombardment, Destruction and Forced Displacement Must Be Held Accountable.

April 15, 2021

Syria chemical attack: Government used chlorine on civilians in 2018, OPCW rules

Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons finds that no one was killed in the strike, but 12 people had symptoms consistent with a chemical attack.

April 10, 2021

SNHR Is the Second Most Cited Source in the US Department of State’s Report on the Human Rights Situation in Syria – 2020

The report notes that Syrian regime and pro-regime forces have continued major aerial and ground offensives initiated in 2019 to recapture areas of northwest Syria.

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