For nine years, Syrian women have been exposed to all kinds of violations whether in the regime-controlled areas or ones controlled by the warring factions, and the areas of de facto control.
As-Suwayda city, southern Syria, witnesses a new wave of protests that went on for nearly ten days. These protests condemned oppression, systematic impoverishment, the economic situation that worsened with the rapid deterioration of the Syrian currency, and the astronomical rise in prices
Once again, the Syrian streets regain the cry for freedom, renew our hopes in the revolution, which has never stopped from far south to far north.
The SWPM launched the activities of it second General Assembly meeting on a virtual platform on Saturday 2 May 2020.
What counts for the SWPM is that it was among the few who managed to turn the Corona pandemic crisis into a chance for success added to its achieved successes since its founding in Paris in October 2017
Several law and humanitarian organizations expressed concerns and flagged risks regarding the health conditions of thousands of detainees held in detentions that are beyond dreadful, extremely overcrowded with deliberate medical negligence and complete absence of basic hygiene measures
Roula says that the challenge facing political work in Syria is the repressive regime, which only accepts the single party policy that dominates everything.
Muzna stresses that every Syrian woman and man should work from their different positions to stop the reproduction of the Assad regime
I dream of a Syria with equal laws, free of discrimination against any citizen on the basis of gender, race or religion. I dream of a safe Syria that preserves the rights of all.
I dream of Syria that is a civil and democratic state where I can walk down its streets with my head held high not fearing anything, because there is a law that protects my rights and dignity just as it protects the rights and dignity of any other citizen; a state where all people are equal
I want to salute all Syrians, especially the women working anywhere and everywhere to contribute to the peace process.
The first meeting of the general assembly of SWPM was held in Frankfort, Germany in the period 12 – 14 January,