Statements

ICC Juridical mandate on war crimes committed in Syria

To the Office of The Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court, We, the undersigned Syrian NGOs and victim groups, express our full support to the Article 15 Communication submitted by the Guernica Centre for International Justice with regards to the jurisdiction of the ICC over the hideous crimes committed against the Syria civilian population. For

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Towards Accountability, Justice, and Ending Impunity in Syria

We, the undersigning organisations, welcome the French prosecutor’s decision to issue  arrest warrants against three senior Syrian security officers: first and foremost Major General Ali Mamlouk, the Director of the Syrian National Security Bureau, Major General Jamil Al Hassan, the Head of Air Intelligence Branch and Abdel Salam Mahmoud, the Head of the Air Force

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Day in Support of Victims of Torture

His Excellency Mr. Antonio Guterres Secretary-General of the United Nations H.E. Mr. Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights H.E. Mr. Vojislav Šuc President of the Human Rights Council Permanent Representatives of Member States and Observer States of the UN Human Rights Council 26 June 2018 Your Excellencies, Today, on the

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Strengthening UN action towards ensuring accountability for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Syria

September 20th, 2017 We, the undersigned non-governmental organisations, address collectively our calls to the international community to adhere to protect civilians across Syria and take concrete action to hold all perpetrators of blatant human rights violations accountable. On the margin of the presentation of the 14th Report of the Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian

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Syria: Make Human Rights Priority of Geneva Talks

Ending Unlawful Attacks; Access to Aid; Detainee Rights; Justice; Security Sector Reform (Geneva, February 21, 2017) – Participants in the February 23, 2017, UN-sponsored Syria peace talks in Geneva should prioritize five key human rights issues during negotiations, 40 human rights and other organizations said today. The priorities are to end unlawful attacks, ensure aid access

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