“The Iraqi people are smart, funny and warm. Every trip I have made to their country has deeply moved me. They have been through more than we can ever imagine,” says Abbie Trayler-Smith, a documentary photographer who has been working in the field for over two decades. Her drive to give voice to vulnerable groups has led Abbie to visit some of the most dangerous disaster sites and war zones the world has seen in recent years. Her latest series of poignant and appalling photographs document Iraqi women as they attempt to rebuild their lives after years spent under the control of Isis.