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Women have suffered from all sorts of violence under Daesh’s control. Today, the UNFPA is working with local partners to support victims and survivors of violence across Syria and Iraq.
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One Mission Many Nations

Senior national representatives from across the globe today united to set out how the Global Coalition against Daesh must consolidate its hard-earned gains in Iraq and Syria, whilst remaining alert to new threats. In a meeting in Brussels,…
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A glimpses of hope from Raqqa

The city of #Raqqa has been gradually coming back to life since liberation from Daesh four years ago. Despite there being much still to do, you can see optimism returning to citizens' faces in our special 'Glimpses of Hope' video here:
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Official representative

Global Coalition 2019 projections

Summary of the Coalition Co-leads meeting from our Official Coalition Representative

A Message From The Official Coalition Representative

I am hugely honoured to take up the position of Official Coalition Representative.

Announcement of our Official Coalition Representative

The Global Coalition against Daesh would like to congratulate Nancy Jamal on her appointment as the Official…

Latest Analysis

Analysis: Two years on from its territorial defeat, Daesh is degraded but still…

Exactly two years ago today, on 23 March 2019, Daesh fighters abandoned the final scraps of land they had occupied…

DAESH’S IDEOLOGICAL LEGACY: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN NEWS OUTLETS REPLICATE…

No longer a territorial entity, Daesh depends on its propaganda output to retain its ideological influence…

COUNTER DAESH INSIGHT BULLETIN 01-31 OCTOBER 2018

This summary includes information about current trends in Daesh propaganda from the previous month, focusing on the…

COUNTER DAESH INSIGHT BULLETIN 17-23 SEPTEMBER 2018

This summary includes information about current trends in Daesh propaganda from the previous 10 days, focusing on a…

Guidelines for media reporting on Daesh

General Guidelines: Use dispassionate language when describing attacks or terrorists. Avoid publishing…

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