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ADFA currently is represented in 19 countries, all working towards the same goals and operating as independent units within their local political and cultural contexts.

Contact your nearest branch of ADFA or write to us.

ADFA is an NPO (Non Profit Organisation) comprised of volunteers working as human rights advocates and activists. The primary aim of ADFA is to call for the protection of Assyrians/Chaldeans/Syriacs and other minorities in Iraq and Syria and the creation of a meaningful place for them in their countries.

In June 2014.

ADFA is primarily composed of Assyrians (including Chaldeans & Syriacs), but we advocate the protection of all of the minorities and the most vulnerable peoples of Iraq & Syria.

Nuri Kino, investigative journalist, researcher, author, film-maker and human rights advocate.

According to Article 2 of the UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (1948), the targeted persecution – including rape, mass expulsions, the theft and destruction of property and civilizational heritage, abduction, and murder – of Assyrians, Yazidis, and other minorities in Iraq and Syria constitutes genocide against these peoples.