Yazidi activist Nadia Murad meets Swedish Prime Minister, expresses need to support UNITAD

19/2/2020 18:34:00

Yazidi human rights activist, Nadia Murad recently met with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven.


The two discussed the ongoing plight of the Yazidi community and their struggle to rebuild their lives. 


Nadia emphasized the need for the European Union to invest in projects in Sinjar that are community-driven and provide tangible support to returnees, particularly female survivors. 


She also expressed the need to support UNITAD’s (UN Investigative Team to Promote Accountability for Crimes Committed by Da’esh) ongoing investigation of ISIS crimes against Yazidis.


Murad is the founder of Nadia's Initiative, an organization dedicated to helping women and children victimized by genocide, mass atrocities, and human trafficking to heal and rebuild their lives and communities.




PUKmedia/ Nadia's Initiative


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