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  • Suwar Magazine wins second place in Migration Media Award 2018

    An international jury of 14 senior professional journalists evaluated more than 200 participants, and Suwar Magazine won second place in the print media category. The awards were distributed at a ceremony on 18 September in Carthage under the patronage of the Tunisian government, where 41 journalists from 18 countries were rewarded for their journalistic excellence on migration in the Euro-Mediterranean region.


  • Thousands of civilians in regime hands and increased media incitement

    “Security forces have repeatedly harassed us, we have been insulted and insulted by the Shabiha and the National Defense Forces in front of Red Crescent volunteers and employees.“Males between the ages of 16-50 are often sent to be dealt with, some of whom are forced to sign papers stating that they cooperated with armed terrorist groups and are then arrested, and no one knows what fate they face so far."


  • A bitter harvest for civic work in Eastern Ghouta

    When the regime regained its control over the Eastern Ghouta areas, many of these organizations had to close. The majority of civic workers and leaders were forced to leave the area to northern Syria, out of fear that they would be assassinated or arrested if they remained in the area, as had happened to others.


  • Highlights of Syrian Civil Society Participation in the Brussels II Conference, April 2018

    The discussions regarding accountability, and the resulting accusations and fragmentation of the conference’s message are related to the structure of Syrian civil society.


  • The Syrian government disregards UN Security Council Resolution 2401 (2018) and continues its military campaign on Eastern Ghouta

    International forces are fighting for control of Ghouta, using almost all the available weapons they have. At times the area witnesses a siege, while at other times a destructive bombardment that leaves no trace of its houses and infrastructure such as schools, hospitals, power stations, shops as well as water networks and treatment plants.


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