Statements & Reports

June 3, 2020

May 2020: Documenting two violations, and Syria at the forefront of the Violence Against Journalists Index

Last month, the autonomous administration in northeastern Syria was responsible for the first violation in Hasaka, while the military police of the Syrian opposition committed the other violation in the countryside of Aleppo

May 31, 2020

Destroying Ma’arat al Numan and Saraqib Cities and Displacing Their Residents

Destroying Cities and Their Environs, Displacing Their People, and Seizing Their Properties Is the Syrian Regime’s Malicious Tripartite Crime to Punish Those Demanding or Dreaming of Political Change

May 28, 2020

Justice to Transcend Conflict

This report adopts a practical approach to countering injustice through dynamic corrections of what are perceived as unfair constraints or outcomes by society

May 27, 2020

Message from Head of the IIIM: Independent Mechanism (Syria)

The IIIM seeks to provide support to similar efforts by competent jurisdictions investigating core international crimes committed in Syria

May 19, 2020

Syrian government orders seizure of Rami Makhlouf’s assets

Move is a 'precautionary' measure, according to document seen by Reuters

May 19, 2020

Makhlouf’s demise is deserved, but not enough

Rumors that Makhlouf was among those targeted were initially met with skepticism, but the fallout between Assad and Makhlouf appeared confirmed in December 2019

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

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