Section 1: Basic Demand

Establish a comprehensive administrative program(s) aimed at providing reparations to victims in line with international standards. Victims should remain entitled to pursue reparations through other legal avenues, if otherwise not explicitly indicated. Claims for...

Section 2: Defining Beneficiaries

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...

Section 3: Victim’s Participation

Victim´s Participation in the Process of Deliberating, Designing and Implementing Reparation Programme Involve CSOs and especially victims’ and women associations representing affected communities in the process of discussing, designing and implementing an appropriate...

Section 4: Setting Priorities

Grant victims different benefits tailored to the type and duration of violation, degree and consequences of harm suffered and other relevant factors. We consider the following groups most vulnerably and thus in need of being prioritized in the course of devising and...

Section 5: Territorial Scope

Provide reparations for conflict-related gross human rights violations perpetrated in Iraq and to anyone abducted in Iraq and subsequently trafficked outside of Iraq during the ISIS conflict in...

Section 6: Temporal Scope

Cover, at the very least, the period of ISIS conflict in Iraq, i.e. period from 09. 06. 2014 until 09.12. 2017 when ISIS effectively controlled part of Iraqi territory. Gross human rights violations committed by ISIS from the beginning of 2014 that served as...