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Supporting the Reintegration and Recovery of Female Survivors of ISIS in Kurdistan, Iraq

Survivors of ISIS captivity and violence face many barriers to their reintegration and recovery. SEED works to strengthen protections and services and advocates for survivors’ rights. Supporting the Reintegration and Recovery of Female Survivors of ISIS in Kurdistan, Iraq  Over 6,000 Yezidi women and children were taken by ISIS in 2014. [...]

Supporting the Reintegration and Recovery of Female Survivors of ISIS in Kurdistan, Iraq2021-01-24T20:29:17+00:00

Legacy of Terror – The Plight of Yezidi Child Survivors of ISIS

Source: Amnesty International / Date: July 2020 Amnesty International has released a report on the plight of child survivors of ISIS in Iraq, which documents the psychological, physical, and other forms of trauma that the children are suffering from even today, as well as the work of SEED Foundation and other organizations working to help [...]

Legacy of Terror – The Plight of Yezidi Child Survivors of ISIS2020-12-25T00:45:14+00:00

Children Born of War. Iraq is not alone….

Children Born of War Iraq is not alone…. Conflict has a devastating effect on civilians, including increasing the vulnerability of women and girls to sexual violence. Iraq, like countries the world over, struggles with the consequences of protracted armed conflict, and fails to adequately respond to the needs of survivors.  Rape and other forms [...]

Children Born of War. Iraq is not alone….2020-12-13T23:41:20+00:00

The Caliphate Is Crushed, But ISIS Infants—Innocent, Abandoned and Despised—Live On

The Caliphate Is Crushed, But ISIS Infants—Innocent, Abandoned and Despised—Live On Source: Daily Beast / Author: KIMBERLY DOZIER DUHOK, Iraqi Kurdistan—In no-man’s land between the Iraqi and Syrian borders, there’s a meeting point for Iraqi families freed from the so-called Islamic State. Smugglers bring their human contraband to meet relieved family members who paid tens [...]

The Caliphate Is Crushed, But ISIS Infants—Innocent, Abandoned and Despised—Live On2020-12-13T23:37:04+00:00
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