Reports

Reports

Syria Situation of returnees from abroad

the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) published a Country of Origin Information (COI) report titled “Syria: Situation of returnees from abroad“. In cooperation with a few Syrian organizations, one of them was URNAMMU. This report is part of a series of Syria COI reports produced in 2021. The reports provide information relevant for international protection

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Before It Is Too Late

Before It is Too Late is a framework document that examines the various aspects of the issue of detention in Syria and offers practical proposals on how to address this issue within a set of legal and human rights parameters. It is a living, non-final document and a joint national project which shall not be

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Forgotten Children

Urnammu for Justice and Human Rights published its report entitled "Forgotten Children". The report reviews the grave violations against children, who were detained or still in the detention centers controlled by Syrian regime forces, pro-government militias, armed opposition groups or extremist groups.

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Situation Report on Violence Against Women

When Syrian men and women took to the streets in early 2011 in peaceful demonstrations to call for democratic reforms, the authorities responded with mounting repression, including arbitrary detentions, enforced disappearances and torture. Six years later, the number of people detained by government forces was more than 106,727, according to the Syrian Network for Human

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Situation Report on Violence Against Women in Syria

The Syrian Constitution (2012) did not provide for any specific article prohibiting discrimination against women, thus further undermining women’s human rights, especially in light of the armed conflict in the past six years. The exclusion of women’s human rights issues from all constitutional reforms, as well as from all the laws that were enacted over

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Human Slaughterhouse: Mass Hangings and Extermination at Saydnaya Prison, Syria

Saydnaya Military Prison is where the Syrian state quietly slaughters its own people. The victims are overwhelmingly ordinary civilians who are thought to oppose the government. Since 2011, thousands of people have been extrajudicially executed in mass hangings, carried out at night and in the utmost secrecy. Many other detainees at Saydnaya Military Prison have

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Detention of Women in Syria: A weapon of war and terror

Three of the members of the organization contributed: documentation expert Nina Atallah and researcher Ibrahim Burhan addition to Sema Nassar, the main writer, in the preparation of its latest report, Detention of Women in Syria: “a Weapon of War and Terror”, EuroMed Rights exposes violations against Syrian women arbitrarily detained at the hands of governmental

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