Award-winning journalist Lindsey Snell revisits the critically overcrowded refugee camp of al Hol in Northern-Syria and describes the impact of the recent Turkish invasion on the conditions of refugees and the foreign families who are held there.
Orlaith Minogue, Conflict and Humanitarian Advocacy Adviser for Save the Children, speaks of the urgency to repatriate any foreign children from the overcrowded refugee camps of al-Hawl and al-Roj in North Eastern Syria.
A grandmother challenges the Belgian government to bring her six grandchildren aged from 11 months to seven years back to Belgium from Syria. Between 2013 and 2014 her son Noureddine and his wife Tatiana, as well as her daughter Bouchra, and her son-in-law, flew to Syria to join militant groups with their young children. Less […]
IOHR introduces the story of Ashfaq (Ash) and Mehfooza Khurshid a London family trying to find their 3-year-old grandson Salmaan amongst the chaos of the last ISIS stronghold in Syria. They have lost their son Haroon who died while fighting for a Jihadist group in Syria. The grandparents were in contact with his Canadian wife […]