Welcome to the Global Coalition against Daesh.

We invite you to find out why we were formed, who our 79 partners are, and why we think it’s as important as ever that countries all over the globe remain united to ensure the enduring defeat of Daesh. We’ve added a few more features to our site – click here to be shown around.

What is the Coalition?

The Global Coalition against Daesh was formed in September 2014 and is unique in its membership, scope and commitment. Together, the Global Coalition is committed to degrading and ultimately defeating Daesh.

The Coalition’s 79 members are committed to tackling Daesh on all fronts, to dismantling its networks and countering its global ambitions. Beyond the military campaign in Iraq and Syria, the Coalition is committed to: tackling Daesh’s financing and economic infrastructure; preventing the flow of foreign terrorist fighters across borders; supporting stabilisation and the restoration of essential public services to areas liberated from Daesh; and countering the group’s propaganda.


6 questions answered about the Coalition Ministerial Meeting and President Trump’s address

The Coalition Ministerial Meetings are where ministers from the 79 partners of the Global Coalition meet to discuss and coordinate efforts to degrade and destroy Daesh
@Coalition Twitter

We built four prefabricated schools with 12 classrooms each for over 4000 displaced children in Dohuk.
Thanks to the generous support of our partners.

#foreverychild, education

The @NATO mission provides technical advice to the Ministry of Defence and the Office of the National Security Advisor, and trains and advises instructors at professional military schools and institutions.

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Partner spotlight: This week we will be focusing on the contribution @NATO has had towards the Coalition

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Watch how Zahra who is both deaf and mute is able to demonstrate her love and talent of drawing once again since the liberation of Raqqa #LifeafterDaesh

"Military actions by many nations, including the UK, has broken Daesh's grip on thousands of square miles of Syria and Iraq."

@Jeremy_Hunt updates the House on progress in the fight against Daesh


The blacksmith market in Mosul was a symbol of Iraq's cultural heritage. Watch how rebuilding the market has brought back a part of Iraq's identity #LifeafterDaesh

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Weekly digest

Activists: More than 200 IS fighters surrender in east Syria

A large number of Daesh members, including many foreign fighters, surrendered to Coalition partner forces in eastern Syria this week, the Associated Press reports. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and Deir Ezzor 24 both reported more than 200 Daesh fighters surrendered

PM Says Iraq to Repatriate Iraqi IS Fighters Held in Syria

The Iraqi Prime Minister, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, said that Iraq will repatriate Iraqi members of the Islamic State group held in Syria. VOA cites and Associated Press report in which a senior Iraqi intelligence official said up to 20,000 Iraqis, including IS fighters, their families and refugees will be brought back home by April.

Islamic State says attacked Nigerian governor’s convoy
Reuters reports that Islamic State claimed responsibility for an attack on the convoy of a state governor who was headed to a rally in northeastern Nigeria ahead of Saturday’s presidential election. The group claimed to have killed 42 people, though official sources said the number was between three and 10.
Top US general says defeat in Syria wouldn’t ‘mean the end’ for ISIS

Gen. Joseph Votel, the US general running the fight against Daesh, said that clearing the group’s final enclace of territory will not mean “the end of the organisation.” CNN reports that Gen. Votel said that while planning continues for the next phase of the fight against Daesh, capturing the final pocket of territory will be difficult

US-backed Syrian forces launch attack on final Isis stronghold
The Guardian reports on the start of an offensive to capture the final patch of ground held by Daesh in eastern Syria. Scores of Isis fighters are now besieged in two villages, or less than 1% of the self-styled caliphate that once sprawled across large parts of Syria and Iraq.

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