Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Nadia Murad visits Postcode Lottery Group

'I won't stay silent about violence against women'

According to the American consultancy firm California Environmental Associates, the Postcode Lotteries are 7th in the top 20 maritime philanthropic funders for the period 2010-2016.

Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Nadia Murad visited the headquarters of the Postcode Lottery Group in Amsterdam. She talked about her fight for survivors of genocide and sexual violence.

Photo: Nadia Murad at the Postcode Lottery Group, Roy Beusker Fotografie / Annemieke van der Togt

Watch the remarkable Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and UNODC Goodwill Ambassador, Nadia Murad. Since her escape from ISIS captivity in 2014, she has shared her story to raise awareness of ISIS and its genocidal campaign against the Yazidi people. She is a leading advocate for survivors of genocide and sexual violence. 
On 12 May 2022, she visited and was interviewed at the headquarters of the Postcode Lottery Group in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The Postcode Lotteries support Nadia’s Initiative. 

Watch her talk about her work to persuade governments and international organizations to support the sustainable re-development of the Yazidi homeland in Northern Iraq and her relentless fight to hold the ISIS perpetrators accountable. 

Learn more about Nadia Murad's work on the website of Nadia's Initiative.

'It is painful for me to not share what I saw, because violence against women is happening everywhere'

Nadia Murad is one of the International Postcode Lotteries’ Ambassadors. Nadia's Initiative received 1 million euros from the Dutch Postcode Lottery as well as support through the Svenska Postkodstiftelsen.