Amal and George Clooney have a romantic dinner at Il Gatto Nero in Cernobbio 23.06.2016

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Amal and George Clooney had a dinner with friends at Il Gatto Nero restaurant in Cernobbio on Thursday.

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Amal Clooney wore a cropped shoulder off top (already worn in Berlin) with a matching midi skirt in black and pointed pumps

with a SARAH’S BAG

Hibiscus clutch

$690

https://goo.gl/ywwR1R

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With

DOLCE AND GABBANA

Blossom coins earrings

from the Spring/Summer 2014 collection

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You can get the look for less with this top by Lipsy Michelle Keagan

available here for £24

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Pictures arrival

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Sources : Il Giorno / Exposure.com/DailyMail

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Amal Clooney and Ahmed Khudida Burjus meet David Cameron at Downing Street for the Yazidi cause 16.06.2016

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Amal Clooney and Ahmed Khudida Burjus, deputy executive director of Yazda, have met with senior advisors to British Prime Minister David Cameron and representatives of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office at 10 Downing Street. During the meeting, they discussed efforts to secure accountability for crimes committed by IS against the Yazidi community.

Source : Yazda organization

 

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Amal Clooney wore a vintage dress by DIOR (not confirmed)

with Christian DIOR

Bar bag

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and

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO
‘Susi’ pumps

OUT OF STOCK

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Amal Clooney meets Hamailok Dizayee in London 17.06.2016

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Amal Clooney met yesterday Hamailok Dizayee and the Ambassador of Iraq in London.

British Ambassador d. Saleh Al-Tamimi Bamahamah  met lawyer Amal Clooney specialized in international law, criminal law and human rights, and Mr. Luis Ocampo, former chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court and director of the organization Yazda in the United Kingdom and a group of lawyers specialists. They exchanged views and discuss relevant issues related to the protection of human rights and the need to highlight the entity Daesh terrorist crimes against Iraqis and the criminalization of acts of his and held accountable by the crimes committed in Iraq.

official source here

 

With the lady herself #amalclooney

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Style Files

Amal Clooney wore a

floral scalopped floral suit

by GIAMBATTISTA VALLI

from the Pre-Spring 2016 collection

Here a similar jacket

100% silk

was available at Moda Operandi

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Here a shirt with the same print

available at Harrods £725

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Amal’s skirt is currently available here at Saks Fith Avenue :

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Embroidered Pencil Skirt

on sale $350

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Amal Clooney in Giambattista Valli at EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year in Monaco 11.06.2016

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Credit Andrew Bounds

 

Amal Clooney was present on June 11 2016 at EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year in Monaco.

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She was interviewed by EY chair and chief executive Mark Weinberger. She looked elegant in a floral sleeveless dress with her Paul Andrew Zenadia pumps and pearl drop earrings.

Amal Clooney says she and her husband, George Clooney, are looking for businesses to help them launch their first projects within a foundation that will help fight human rights abuses.

She made an appeal: “I actually have a couple of requests. My husband and I are setting up a foundation at the moment and for two of the first projects… I would like to be partnering with the private sector.”

She said she would be grateful to hear from businesses that can help bring schooling to Syrian refugee children.

“There are 2m Syrian refugee children who are not in school… we cannot just abandon this generation. Technology has evolved; there’s a lot that we can do with tablets and many organisations that have used the idea of school in a box.

“That means you can bring the education to the child in instances where the child can’t get to school. So that’ll mean partnering with technology companies and the private sector. If there is an offer of assistance, we will take it.”

Another project the pair are working on, in conjunction with the UN, is training and dispatching a team of trial observers to bring further accountability to courtrooms globally.

“One thing I’ve noticed in doing my work is that oppressive regimes are increasingly using the courts to silence opposition.”

Amal Clooney added, “the way the private sector can help is that, for instance, we could be designing a software programme that allows these observers to input information in a more uniform manner, so that we can ultimately compare one trial to another and eventually get something like a justice index, where you can compare one court to another. And [that would mean] governments could no longer hide behind the courts to the extent that they do at the moment.”

The event was organized at the Fairmont Hotel in Monte-Carlo.

Amal Clooney was accompanied by her mother Baria.

Style Files

Amal Clooney wore a

GIAMBATTISTA VALLI
Floral-Cloqué Dress

Resort 2015

$2,650

No Longer Available on Moda Operandi

Floral appliques in a full palette of pinks embolden a sleek sheath in Giambattista Valli’s floral-cloque dress. The european purveyor of the ultimate feminine fashion continues these pursuits with this prismatic frock classic in silhouette and striking in effect.

With thanks to Edward Barsamian from Vogue 🙂

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her

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Zenadia pumps $675

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Amal Clooney to represent ISIS survivor Nadia Murad and victims of Yazidi genocide

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In a triumphant win for the thousands of Yazidi women who have been enslaved by the Islamic State, Amal Clooney has confirmed that she will represent victims of the Yazidi genocide, including ISIS survivor and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Nadia Murad.

“The European Parliament, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, the U.S. government and the U.K. House of Commons have all recognized that there is a genocide being perpetrated by IS against the Yazidis in Iraq,” Clooney said in a statement to Women in the World. “How can it be that the most serious crimes known to humanity are being carried out before our eyes but are not being prosecuted by the International Criminal Court in The Hague?”

Amal Clooney will act as their counsel to achieve accountability for the genocide, sexual enslavement and trafficking of Yazidi girls and women by the Islamic State in Iraq. They plan to seek an International Criminal Court investigation and prosecution of the crimes committed against Nadia Murad and the Yazidi community.

Women in the World recently interviewed 23-year-old activist Nadia Murad, who was one of the thousands of Yazidi women abducted by ISIS. Murad was enslaved and raped by more than 12 ISIS fighters over a period of three months. Since her escape, Murad has been a courageous voice for women who have been impacted by ISIS’s control, and she has been a tireless crusader to end the ongoing genocide.

In December last year, she testified before the UN, describing after one failed escape, she was gang raped by fighters.

During her speech, she described how she was taken from her village in Iraq by Isil fighters in August 2014 and was then driven by bus to the city of Mosul.

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In a statement to Women in the World, in association with the New York Times, Mrs Clooney lamented that despite recognition of the genocide by Isil, there still were no ICC prosecutions.

“The European Parliament, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, the US government and the UK House of Commons have all recognized that there is a genocide being perpetrated by Isil against the Yazidis in Iraq.

“How can it be that the most serious crimes known to humanity are being carried out before our eyes but are not being prosecuted by the International Criminal Court in The Hague?” Amal Clooney said.

“We know that thousands of Yazidi civilians have been killed and that thousands of Yazidi women have been enslaved by a terrorist organisation, Isil, that has publicly proclaimed its genocidal intent. We know that systematic rapes have taken place, and that they are still taking place.

“And yet no one is being held to account. It is time that we see Isil commanders in the dock in The Hague, and I am honoured to have been asked to represent Nadia and the Yazidi community in their quest for legal accountability.”

It is believed that thousands of women and young girls are still under the control of Isil militants suffering unimaginable horrors.

Amal Clooney and her chambers will seek prosecution of the crimes against Ms Murad and will work towards getting justice for the trafficking of Yazidi girls and women in Iraq as well as their enslavement and cruel, barbaric treatment.

After months of traveling around the globe and imploring political leaders to help her cause, Murad told Women in the World that Clooney has given her confidence. “Amal and George received me at their home and opened for me their hearts,” said Murad. “They listened passionately to my story, and Amal gifted me by representing my case. Amal gave me renewed hope by being my voice.” Murad also called Clooney “an incredible, passionate woman,” who embraced her story and her pain. “She did not talk to me as a well-known world figure that people would love to take a photo with, she talked to me as a sister and guardian. She has immense power that made me proud of being a woman.”

Nadia Murad added: “It is important to establish justice, and Amal being a life-long defender of justice, it was a natural bond between her and I to be established. We are both defenders of justice, and peace seekers through justice. The final goal for us all is accountability to perpetrators of genocide, and justice for victims like myself.”

In February, a cross-party group of peers wrote to Prime Minister David Cameron urging him to use the UK’s position on the UN Security Council to begin the process of bringing war crimes prosecutions against Isil terrorists.

They said jihadist attacks on Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East must now be classed officially as genocide.

Amal Clooney also represents Yazda, a non-profit organization that has been helping the Yazidi community since the genocide began during ISIS’s attacks in August of 2014. The raids led to the deaths of an estimated 5,000 civilians, the enslavement of more than 2,000 women and girls, and the displacement of 400,000 people from the Yazidi homelands in Sinjar, the Ninevah plain, and Syria.

Source Women in the World