April 16, 2021

Final communiqué Syrian Women’s Political Movement Second General Assembly Meeting 2 May till 12 June 2020

The Syrian Women’s Political Movement (SWPM) held its second general assembly meeting virtually due to the outbreak of the Corona pandemic from May 2nd until June12th, 2020.

April 16, 2021


To establish a democratic and pluralistic State based on the principles of equal citizenship for all citizens regardless of their gender, race, religion, sect, geographic region or identity

April 16, 2021

Final Communiqué Syrian Women’s Political Movement First General Assembly Meeting 12-14 January 2019

The Syrian Women’s Political Movement (SWPM) held its first general assembly meeting in Frankfurt, Germany, from the 12th till the 14th of January 2019.

January 22, 2021

Salwa Abdul Rahman: Real change requires uniting efforts

A large part of Syrians has been absented from continuing the causes they believe in because of hard living conditions imposed upon them. We cannot give up now, we want to work for each other and to empower and support those who need to continue.

January 22, 2021

Syrian women are struggling in two revolutions

I think that having an official feminist political body like the Movement, in itself, is a step in the way of equitable political representation of Syrian women.

January 15, 2021

Osama Aghi: No to violence, no to sectarianism, and no to foreign interference

I dream of an institution-based country which respects all citizens, a country ruled only by law.

January 12, 2021

Suzan Khawatmi, I have been with the revolution since the first moment, with every voice demanding freedom and dignity

Despite being far away from the people protesting on the streets of Syria, I felt empowered by them.

January 8, 2021

Shams Antar: The absence of women from decision-making positions provoked me

I hope that the SWPM will pay attention to Kurdish women who have suffered multiple persecutions because they are women first and Kurds second.

January 5, 2021

Woman’s political work is a natural right that she must have

Syrian women proved their competency in all fields, including the political field.