Jiyan Foundation for Human Rights (Jiyan Foundation) is a non-governmental human rights organization based in Kurdistan/Iraq and Berlin. Since 2005, the Jiyan Foundation has provided support to survivors of human rights abuses in the Kurdistan region of Iraq. Today, the Jiyan Foundation runs a network of eleven trauma rehabilitation centers in North Iraq, including special departments for traumatized women and children, a clinic for Yazidi women who survived captivity of the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), services for juvenile detainees and female prisoners, and a human rights education program.Read More
Position Paper on Reparations (specifies core common principles on reparations in Iraq that will serve as one of the blueprints against which forthcoming state efforts to provide reparations to victims […]Continue
Twenty five Iraqi Organizations joined forces and formed the Coalition for Just Reparations. C4JR´s founding members are: ASUDA, Better World Organization, Bishkoreen, Civil Development Organization, Emma organization, Ghasin Al-Zaiton organization […]Continue
These events gathered more than 30 genuine grassroot CSOs engaged in supporting the victims of gross human rights violations in Iraq. Besides presenting the initiative to create a Coalition that […]Continue
Coalition for Just Reparations (C4JR) is an alliance of Iraqi civil society organizations (CSOs), supporting reparation claims of survivors and other victims of crimes perpetrated during the conflict with the self-declared Islamic State in Iraq and Syria in Iraq (ISIS conflict in Iraq).
C4JR work and advocate for the establishment of a comprehensive state-funded reparation program for all victims of gross human rights violations perpetrated during the ISIS armed conflict in Iraq. All C4JR member organizations take part in the activities on an equal footing.