Helping survivors of ISIS conflict in Iraq realize their right to reparations

Section 2: Defining Beneficiaries

Section 2: Defining Beneficiaries

Published:December 24, 2019

Consider victims all civilians that directly suffered harm through acts or omissions that constitute gross human rights violations at the hands of all parties to the ISIS conflict in Iraq.

All victims should be allowed access to reparations. For the purpose of accessing benefits provided in the reparation program, the immediate family or dependents (this term shall include at least: parents, grandparents, siblings, spouses, children) of victims who are deceased or missing (the so-called indirect victims) should be considered victims as well. Children recruited to armed groups will be considered eligible.