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

What we want?

The Coalition for Just Reparations (C4JR) is an alliance of Iraqi civil society organizations (CSOs), representing Iraq’s linguistic, ethnic and religious diversity, supporting reparation claims of survivors and other victims of crimes perpetrated during the conflict with the self-declared Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS conflict in Iraq). C4JR draws on international human rights and national law to advance the right to reparations of all civilian victims of ISIS armed conflict in Iraq.

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C4JR flags amendments to the Yazidi Women Survivor’s Bill at the IOM meeting in Erbil

Technical meeting for finalization of the Yazidi Women Survivor’s Bill (Yazidi Bill), organized with International Organization for Migration (IOM)´s technical support and presence of United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq […]

C4JR Continues Advocacy for Improving and Enacting Yazidi Women Survivors Bill

C4JR delegates presented the C4JR Draft Law to members of the Iraqi National Council of Representatives and of the Women and Children Affairs Committee Dr. Bahar Mahmoud and Rizan Sheikh […]

Head of UNITAD Voiced Support for C4JR´s Work

Mr. Karim Khan, Special Adviser and the head of the United Nations team investigating atrocity crimes committed by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh) expresses support for […]



A tip to Iraqi women’s rights activists

Nita Gojani is a transitional justice expert, who has worked on designing and implementing reparations programs for conflict-related sexual violence in Kosovo and Croatia. For nearly 10 years, she has worked on the implementation of the UN Women, Peace and Security agenda.
Ms. Gojani has been deployed by the justice Rapid Response to support the coalition for Just Reparations in Iraq.

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What should C4JR members focus on in the short-term?
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What is necessary to ensure reparations for survivors of sexual conflict come to fruition?
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How can reparative justice processes serve women in Iraq more effectively?