Statements & Reports

September 21, 2018

The Dangers and Difficulties of Counting Victims in Syria

In a post-conflict Syria, it may become possible to more accurately quantify the conflict

September 10, 2018

Syria: Kurdish-led Administration Jails Rivals

The Autonomous Administration, and the Asayish, would not tell people seeking information about their missing relatives

September 4, 2018

391 Civilians Killed in August

Numbers of civilian killed by bombings or assassination are still on a rise, for the fifth month in a row

August 29, 2018

Report Analyzes the Details of the Dead From Assad’s Prisons

836 people who had been forcibly disappeared were revealed to have been killed, although it is believed to be a fraction of the real figure writes The Syrian Network for Human Rights.

August 21, 2018

Victims of Syrian Chemical Attacks Await Justice

For years, Russia used its UN Security Council veto to shield President Bashar al-Assad’s government and military from scrutiny and sanctions for its use of chemical weapons

August 16, 2018

Clues but no answers in one of Syria war’s biggest mysteries

The clues give strong indications that Zaitouneh and her colleagues were taken by the Army of Islam

August 8, 2018

The White Helmets Rescue and Who was Left Behind

The international community should indeed celebrate the safe rescue of 98 members of the White Helmets, but should not abandon those left behind

August 7, 2018

528 civilians killed in attacks on schools in Syria since 2011 

Assad regime forces bear the responsibility for the attacks against 996 schools, while other parties in Syria bear the responsibly for attacks on the remaining number of schools.

August 4, 2018

Syria: Armed Group Recruiting Children in Camps

he group should remove its reservation entirely, and stop recruiting anyone under 18, Human Rights Watch said.