“If you look into the eyes of some of these girls when they are hitting each other you sometimes see something else, It’s like they are imagining an ISIS member in front of them and they are getting revenge."
Women from the charity sector are among those who will have small statues made of them, as part of a campaign that aims to double the number of statues of women in England.
"Taban Shoresh fled Iraq when she was too young to properly remember — a refugee from Saddam Hussein's campaign of ethnic cleansing against the Kurdish people.
She grew up in London, was educated there, and like many graduates, kept her focus on the capital, going to work for Investec Asset Management.
But when her country was plunged into fresh chaos in 2014, Shoresh, then aged 33, abandoned a straightforward, self-contained life in the UK and went back to the Middle East to help.
"Taban Shoresh was only four when Saddam Hussein’s soldiers tried to bury her and her family alive in 1986. On the anniversary of Anfal, Saddam’s codename for the systematic attacks against the Kurds, she looks back at her experience