In its ninth year, the conflict in Syria continues to cause massive displacement, casualties and suffering of the civilian population. More than 13 million people remain in need of humanitarian assistance.
The conflict is characterized by the presence of many different armed actors and led to serious and numerous violations of both international humanitarian law and human rights.
In Syria, Fight for Humanity works on two projects to promote human rights and protect the most vulnerable populations. In North East Syria, it works to protect children from being recruited and used in the armed conflict. It also works to create a platform that will give a united voice to victims of ISIS in the region, notably in national and international discussions about the judicial process of the presumed 10,’000 ISIS members detained in Syria.