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Justice after ISIS
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This series of special reports examines the struggles and path the survivors of ISIS — particularly minority groups in the Nineveh Plains and Shingal — have taken in their quest for justice after the extremist group rapidly controlled large swathes of territory in northern Iraq in 2014. Critical questions were asked: What do survivors want? What are they doing? What is and can be done at the community, governmental and international levels?


Yezidis cautiously welcome Iraq court tasked with prosecuting ISIS

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Yezidis are cautiously welcoming news that Iraq will open a special court to try alleged ISIS members accused of committing crimes against the Yezidi population when the extremist group carried out genocide against the minority community. A Yezidi member of the Iraqi parliament said that they have concerns, however. more

UN's Adama Dieng emphasizes preservation of Yezidi mass graves

Rudaw correspondent Ala Shali spoke with Adama Dieng, who has served as the UN’s Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on the Prevention of Genocide since 2012. Dieng was born in Senegal. He was attending a conference at the European Parliament in Brussels entitled 'Post-ISIS Ninewa: The European Response.' more

World must mobilize to bring ISIS to account, says UN genocide adviser

BRUSSELS, Belgium – The world needs to mobilize to bring ISIS to account for its crimes, said the UN’s Adama Dieng, who is advocating for better documentation of ISIS atrocities and witness protection. more

A photo journey home with ISIS survivor Nadia Murad to her Yezidi village

On August 2, 2014 thousands of Yezidis from the village of Kocho in northern Iraq were rounded up and summarily killed by ISIS. Many women and girls were sold into slavery by ISIS. Since escaping captivity, Nadia Murad has become an outspoken representative of the Yezidi people and for others who faced atrocities at the hands of ISIS. She made the journey home on June 1, 2017. more

Part VIII: How does ISIS compare to previous investigations in Iraq?

With improved tools and a mandate, investigators in the Kurdistan Region are able to document for the world the atrocities the Kurdistani people have endured under ISIS. Kurdistan, a historic cross roads of empires and countries, has continued to endure violence in the modern age. Kurds say “Never again.” But is the Kurdistan Region now at that point? This interview is part of a special series of reports to investigate to examine the path the survivors of ISIS have taken in their quest for justice. more

Part VII: Documentation of ISIS atrocities faces continued challenges

This series of special reports examines the struggles and path the survivors of ISIS — particularly minority groups in the Nineveh Plains and Shingal — have taken in their quest for justice after the extremist group rapidly controlled large swathes of territory in northern Iraq in 2014. Critical questions were asked: What do survivors want? What are they doing? What is and can be done at the community, governmental and international levels? more

Part VI: International bodies see tribunals as path to ISIS accountability, trust

This series of special reports examines the struggles and path the survivors of ISIS — particularly minority groups in the Nineveh Plains and Shingal — have taken in their quest for justice after the extremist group rapidly controlled large swathes of territory in northern Iraq in 2014. Critical questions were asked: What do survivors want? What are they doing? What is and can be done at the community, governmental and international levels? more

Part V: Baghdad hasn't shown interest in transparent prosecution of ISIS

This series of special reports examines the struggles and path the survivors of ISIS — particularly minority groups in the Nineveh Plains and Shingal — have taken in their quest for justice after the extremist group rapidly controlled large swathes of territory in northern Iraq in 2014. Critical questions were asked: What do survivors want? What are they doing? What is and can be done at the community, governmental and international levels? more

Part IV: Kurdish officials use new technologies to document ISIS crimes

This series of special reports examines the struggles and path the survivors of ISIS — particularly minority groups in the Nineveh Plains and Shingal — have taken in their quest for justice after the extremist group rapidly controlled large swathes of territory in northern Iraq in 2014. Critical questions were asked: What do survivors want? What are they doing? What is and can be done at the community, governmental and international levels? more

Part III: Communities mobilize to document ISIS atrocities, strengthen political ties

This series of special reports examines the struggles and path the survivors of ISIS — particularly minority groups in the Nineveh Plains and Shingal — have taken in their quest for justice after the extremist group rapidly controlled large swathes of territory in northern Iraq in 2014. Critical questions were asked: What do survivors want? What are they doing? What is and can be done at the community, governmental and international levels? more

Part II: After ISIS, survivors want recognition, rights, return and justice

This series of special reports examines the struggles and path the survivors of ISIS — particularly minority groups in the Nineveh Plains and Shingal — have taken in their quest for justice after the extremist group rapidly controlled large swathes of territory in northern Iraq in 2014. Critical questions were asked: What do survivors want? What are they doing? What is and can be done at the community, governmental and international levels? more

Part I: ISIS exploited the marginalized minority groups of Iraq

This series of special reports examines the struggles and path the survivors of ISIS — particularly minority groups in the Nineveh Plains and Shingal — have taken in their quest for justice after the extremist group rapidly controlled large swathes of territory in northern Iraq in 2014. Critical questions were asked: What do survivors want? What are they doing? What is and can be done at the community, governmental and international levels? more

       
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