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For these victims of ISIS, the conflict isn’t over

 For these victims of ISIS, the conflict isn't over Source: CNN Opinion / Author: Gayle Tsemach Lemmon At the State Department's "ministerial to advance religious freedom" last week, Vice President Mike Pence noted the plight [...]

Living With Genocide: Four Years After ISIS Attacked

 Living With Genocide: Four Years After ISIS Attacked Source: Hudson Institute / Author: C-Span In the summer of 2014, Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) militants attacked the city of Mosul and then continued [...]

‘Alle ongelovigen doden? Natuurlijk wil ik dat niet’

De Standaard / March 27, 2018 Many children returning from ISIS captivity face tantrums, bedwetting, and rebellious behaviour. "Children are like sponges," says Zaid Abdullah, a Team Leader at SEED. "They easily pick up new [...]

SEED’s President speaks at TEDx

SEED’s President, Sherri Kraham Talabany, was part of Kurdistan’s first TEDx Nishtiman event on the first of April, in Saad Abdulla Hall in Erbil, Kurdistan. The theme for TEDx Nishtiman was rehabilitation and development. Sherri [...]

Iraq’s Hidden Wounds

SHERRI KRAHAM TALABANY — Helping vulnerable populations requires an integrated approach to mental healthcare and socio-economic empowerment.  Read More: 

ISIS Threat to Religious and Ethnic Minorities, Part 5

ISIS Threat to Religious and Ethnic Minorities, Part 5 Representatives of religious non-governmental organizations working to help refugees in Iraq and Syria were among the panelists in a discussion on helping religious minorities persecuted by [...]

Mindfield, The Economist, Roger McShane, May 21, 2016

Wars and terrorism are stressful. The traumatised have nowhere to turn WHEN Neda told her children that she might have to kill them, they assented. Such was their suffering after Islamic State kidnapped and enslaved [...]

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