15-06-2016 Returning to disputed territory - June 2016
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This outline of an extensive study on Sinjar, Iraq, provides an important understanding of new dynamics in areas where ISIS has retreated. In post-ISIS Sinjar, new security and political stakeholders have taken root, and local communities, affected by rounds of violence and frustrated by a lack of state protection, increasingly mobilize by joining non-state armed groups.
PAX has designed recommendations to various local and international actors and parties to the conflict to address stabilization policies and return trends of displaced communities to Sinjar.
Dealing with the Past, Community Based Security and Citizens Rights, Middle East