So why the Syrian Women's
Political Movement?

Expressing Priorities and Demands<br />
of the Syrian People

Expressing Priorities and Demands
of the Syrian People

One of the priorities of the movement is to work on the humanitarian files being unnegotiable files.

Raising the Level of Women<br />
Political Participation

Raising the Level of Women
Political Participation

We work for realizing an active participation of women in all decision- making centers in a percentage not less than 30% as a step towards full equality with men

Building Syria as a Multiple<br />
Democratic State

Building Syria as a Multiple
Democratic State

The movement works for building Syria on the basis of equal citizenship without any distinction between its citizens

FOUNDATION
+2017
FOUNDATION
NUMBER OF MEMBERS<br />
UPON FOUNDATION
+28
NUMBER OF MEMBERS
UPON FOUNDATION
NUMBER OF<br />
MEMBERS IN 2021
+200
NUMBER OF
MEMBERS IN 2021
The number of countries we are in<br />
+21
The number of countries we are in
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Statements
April 16, 2021

Political vision – The First General Assembly Meeting of the Syrian Women’s Political Movement 12-14 January 2019

The only solution in Syria is a political solution that guarantees the unity of the Syrian territories and people and ensures the transition to a democratic pluralistic state

April 16, 2021

The Political Vision – The Syrian Women’s Political Movement Second General Assembly Conference 2 May – 12 June 2020

Affirming Syria’s independence in facing all occupations and the preservation of the unity of its people and territories; the SWPM also demands that all foreign military occupations

Releases

Report of the Communication and Activities Committee

The work of the Communication and Activities Committee is focused on communicating with Syrian women

TOWARDS AN ENGENDERED DEMOCRATIC SYRIAN CONSTITUTION BASED ON THE VALUES OF FREEDOM, DIGNITY, PARTICIPATION AND EQUALITY

The proposal of drafting a new constitution in Syria is not a popular demand, as the perception is that the track of the constitutional process has started behind closed doors and within international circles that have narrow political interests, to which the Syrian political opposition was annexed at a later stage.

Policy Paper: Syrian Women’s Aspirations for a Just Social Contract, an Inclusive National Identity, and Sustainable Peace  

The Syrian Women's Political Movement would like to thank all those who worked on and contributed to this publication, individuals and entities, namely Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES), Women Now for Development, and all SWPM members and staff who assisted with the Consultations.

News and Events
Syrian Women’s Political Movement Newsletter – July 2020

Syrian Women’s Political Movement Newsletter – July 2020

Newsletter
July 27, 2020

In its Vision, the Syrian Women’s Political Movement noted the importance of “highlighting the plight of the Syrian youth who are being forced by the regime and other de facto powers to join the military struggle, and how this behaviour increases the disintegration and suffering in the Syrian society, especially among women.”