There is no justice with the Assad regime, unfortunately.
After the Caesar operation, 1,500 photos came from prisons, photos of victims who died in prison. Two of my family members are dying. Those photos were smuggled by Caesar after the chemical attack in 2013, when 1,200 people were killed. I think there's much evidence about how this regime is criminal, and how it's dealing with the international community and with us.
For accountability, there are many organizations, such as Urnammu and other organizations of civil society, that are working on documenting the violations in Syria. It's a daily documenting.
There are Syrian refugees here in Canada who were victims in Syria, and they were detained by the Assad regime. After just a few years, they will be Canadian citizens. We can ask for justice for them as Canadian citizens, if Syrian citizens are not the same level of humans.
We can start from the national courts, as is happening in Germany, Sweden, and France in Europe. We can put pressure on this level at individual courts, or on the regime in general through the IIIM, the international, impartial, and independent mechanism.