Combating ISIL: Achieving Justice for Sexual & Gender-Based Violence Crimes

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As ISIL continues its campaign of organized rape and sexual assault, sexual slavery, and forced marriage across Syria and Iraq, human rights & humanitarian actors struggle to document these crimes and preserve evidence for future accountability mechanisms, while also providing services to the survivors. Join us for a conversation with human rights and humanitarians who have created a system of best practices to deal with these frequently conflicting goals.

Moderator:
  Christie Edwards| Chair, Lieber Society on the Law of Armed Conflict
American Society of International Law (ASIL)

Speakers:
Federica Tronchin| SGBV & MENA Region Programs Manager
Justice Rapid Response (JRR)

Shabnam Mojtahedi | Legal & Strategy Analyst
Syria Justice & Accountability Center (SJAC)

Alison Davidian | Policy Specialist
UN Women

American Society of International Law (ASIL)

Tillar House
2223 Massachusetts Ave NW,
Washington, DC 20008

Can’t make it in person? Watch the live-stream in HD at Humanityinwarblog.com
Tweet @HumanityinWar using #Justice4SGBV

Reception will be held after the event at 7pm

Sponsors:

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2 responses to “Combating ISIL: Achieving Justice for Sexual & Gender-Based Violence Crimes

  1. Can I participate by Skype please? It s a shame I live in the uk. I m an academic who has been working on the topic. My name is: Dr. Anissa Daoudi.

    Best regards

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