Syria is the home of over half a million killed, and more than 13 million displaced across the world. At least 100,000 Syrians still languish in the country’s prisons, and families of hundreds of thousands wait for confirmation of the fate of their loved ones – many of which were likely tortured to death. While it appears that the Syrian government and its allies won the military battle, is the window for accountability closed as well? What can the international community do to ensure that Syrians can have access to reparations, accountability, and possibly reconciliation in the future? What efforts currently exist, and what remains to be done?
The Henry Jackson Society is pleased to gather a panel of world experts to discuss this issue.