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Female Migration to ISIS: Conclusions and Recommendations

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 November 2018

Emilio C. Viano*
Affiliation:
President, International Society of Criminology
*Corresponding
*Corresponding Author: Emilio C. Viano, International Society of Criminology, PO Box 58186, Washington, DC 20037, USA. E-mail: Emilio.Viano@gmail.com
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Abstract

To effectively address/counter/neutralize the areas in which ISIS/ISIL/IS/DAESH has had success in its strategy, operation and tactics, the international community must deal with the following three issues: (A) multifaceted recruitment counter-efforts; (B) looking at women as survivors of ISIS on a continuum from free agent to victim; (C) the need to investigate and monitor the movement of people with concern and respect for human rights and international treaties. The role of different actors is examined in detail. The need for international efforts and coordination is also addressed. Concrete recommendations are provided. The list of members of the International Task Force that worked on this Conclusions and Recommendations is given.

Abstracto

Para abordar/contrarrestar/neutralizar eficazmente las áreas en las que ISIS/ISIL/IS/DAESH ha tenido éxito en su estrategia, operación y táctica, la comunidad internacional debe ocuparse de los siguientes tres asuntos: (A) esfuerzos de contrapartida multifacéticos; (B) mirar a las mujeres como sobrevivientes de ISIS en un continuo desde agente libre a víctima; (C) la necesidad de investigar y monitorear el movimiento de personas con preocupación y respeto por los derechos humanos y los tratados internacionales. El papel de los diferentes principales actores se examina en detalle. También se aborda la necesidad de esfuerzos internacionales y coordinación. Se proporcionan recomendaciones concretas. La lista de miembros del Equipo de Tareas Internacional que trabajó sobre estas Conclusiones y Recomendaciones sigue.

Abstrait

Pour aborder/contrer/neutraliser efficacement les domaines dans lesquels ISIS/ISIL/IS/DAESH a eu du succès dans sa stratégie, son fonctionnement et ses tactiques, la communauté internationale doit traiter les trois questions suivantes: (A) les efforts de recrutement à facettes multiples; (B) regardez les femmes en tant que survivantes de l’Etat islamique sur un continuum allant de l’agent libre à la victime; (C) la nécessité d’enquêter et de surveiller la circulation des personnes avec respect des droits de l’homme et des traités internationaux. Le rôle des différents acteurs est examiné en détail. La nécessité d’efforts internationaux et de coordination est également abordée. Des recommandations concrètes sont fournies. La liste des membres du groupe de travail international qui a travaillé sur ces conclusions et recommandations suit.

抽象

为了有效地解决/打击/消除 ISIS / ISIL / IS / DAESH 在战略,行动和战术方面取得成功的领域,国际社会必须处理以下三个问题:A。多方面的招募反击努力

A.多方面的招聘反击努力

B.从自由球员到受害者的连续统一体中,将女性视为伊斯兰国的幸存者

C.需要调查和监测有关人员和尊重人权的行动国际条约。

详细研究了不同参与者的作用。

还讨论了国际努力和协调的必要性。 提供了具体的建议。

以下是负责该结论和建议的国际工作队成员名单。

نبذة مختصرة

للتصدي بفاعلية / مواجهة / تحييد المناطق التي حقق فيها ISIS / ISIL / IS / DAESH النجاح في إستراتيجيته وتشغيله وتكتيكاته ، يجب على المجتمع الدولي التعامل مع القضايا الثلاثة التالية: أ. جهود مكافحة التوظيف المتعددة الأوجه

ألف جهود مكافحة التوظيف متعددة الأوجه

ب. انظر إلى النساء كنجات من داعش على سلسلة متصلة من العامل الحر إلى الضحية

(ج) ضرورة التحقيق ورصد حركة الأشخاص المعنيين بالمعاهدات الدولية واحترام حقوق الإنسان.

يتم فحص دور مختلف الجهات الفاعلة بالتفصيل.

كما تم التطرق إلى الحاجة إلى الجهود الدولية والتنسيق. يتم توفير توصيات ملموسة.

فيما يلي قائمة بأسماء أعضاء فرقة العمل الدولية التي عملت على هذه الاستنتاجات والتوصيات.

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