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Join more than 70 organizations calling for the Iraqi Government to implement Article Eight of the Yazidi Survivors’ Law to construct a monument in Sinjar for victims and survivors of ISIL genocide.

Look for the missing people

“now we have no information
about their fate.”

HELPING SURVIVORS OF ISIS CONFLICT IN IRAQ

REALIZE THEIR RIGHT TO REPARATIONS

"WE DEMAND

THE IMPLEMENTATION
OF THE YAZID SURVIVOR’S LAW
SOONER NOT LATER.”

Coalition for Just Reparations (C4JR)

Coalition for Just Reparations (C4JR) is an alliance of Iraqi NGOs calling for comprehensive reparations for survivors of atrocity crimes perpetrated during the ISIL conflict in Iraq. C4JR seeks to provide a collaborative and safe space where grievances of survivors belonging to all affected groups (Yazidi, Turkmen, Shabak, Kakai, Christians, Shia, Sunnis, and others) will be adequately addressed. C4JR also strives to make available access to good practices, refer to international standards, and learn from the mistakes and successes of other post-conflict initiatives.

Justice Long Overdue for ISIL Survivors

Justice Long Overdue for ISIL Survivors

Position Paper on a survivor-centered ISIL Accountability Mechanism in Iraq 15 August 2022 Eight years ago, on August 15, 2014, militants of the so-called Islamic State in Syria and the Levant (ISIL) also known as Da’esh, either killed or enslaved more than 1,250...

ISIS Survivors NEED YOUR HELP

With your help, C4JR is helping survivors of the ISIS conflict in Iraq

Lalish Meets Halabja - Poster

Lalish Meets Halabja
Iraq is a country with a richly diverse cultural history and conflict. Female Yazidi Survivors and members of the Coalition for Just Reparations – C4JR Survivors Council meet with survivors of the Halabja chemical attacks to express solidarity and learn about each other’s comparable histories as survivors of genocide.

Jiyan Foundation for Human Rights
The Jiyan Foundation for Human Rights is one of the members of C4JR, which is a non-governmental human rights organization based in Kurdistan, Iraq and Germany. Since 2005, the Jiyan Foundation has been providing support to survivors of human rights abuses in Kurdistan and Iraq. 

Anniversary of the Yazidi Survivor’s Law
One year ago today on 1 March 2021, the Iraqi Council of Representatives passed the Yazidi Survivors Law. This law, in spirit, seeks to take deliberative action to specifically address the rights and needs of survivors of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence (CRSV) by providing mental health and medical services, land, and rights due to them.

Eyzidi Organization for Documentation
is one of the members of C4JR. The organization is a civil independent organization that provides services to all citizens without discrimination and seeks to create community awareness of the concepts of human rights through the definition of those concepts and to address all cases of violations by documenting all violations cases.