As ISIL continues its campaign of organized rape and sexual assault, sexual slavery, and forced marriage across Syria and Iraq, human rights & humanitarian actors struggle to document these crimes and preserve evidence for future accountability mechanisms, while also providing services to the survivors. Join ASIL's Lieber Society for Armed Conflict for a conversation with human rights and humanitarians who have created a system of best practices to deal with these frequently conflicting goals.
- Christie Edwards, chair, ASIL's Lieber Society on the Law of Armed Conflict
- Alison Davidian, U.N. Women
- Shabnam Mojtahedi, Syria Justice & Accountability Center (SJAC)
- Federica Tronchin, Justice Rapid Response (JRR)
A reception will follow the discussion. The event will also be streamed live at www.humanityinwarblog.com