So why the Syrian Women's
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
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
The movement works for building Syria on the basis of equal citizenship without any distinction between its citizens
MEMBERS IN 2021
SWPM will manage to realize its goal in increasing women representation in politics by 50%, thanks to the great efforts exerted by the members and their insistence on holding to their rights and demanding equality with men.
SWPM is a new movement, even at the Arab level and maybe at the international level aswell. It is a pioneer movement, and we can say that it will establish for a great future changein the region and the world.
SWPM is exerting great efforts to place international pressure for the release of female and male detainees and abductees, the disclosure of the fate of the missing persons and the safe and voluntary return of the internally displaced persons and the forcibly displaced persons outside the country.
SWPM has achieved and will continue to achieve a lot at the political level, SWPM is the first feminist political movement that imposed itself in the political sphere.
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
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
The Syrian Women’s Political Movement’s Statement on the Syrian regime’s prevention of holding the National Democratic Front conference
The Syrian Women’s Political Movement’s Statement on the Syrian regime’s […]
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.
Policy Paper – FROM WAR ECONOMY TO AN ECONOMICALLY -SAFE ENVIRONMENT: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS AS SEEN BY SYRIAN WOMEN
This policy paper aims to review the effects of war economy in Syria on elements that were defined locally as the basic foundations of an economically-safe environment form a women’s perspective. It provides a list of recommendations that help achieve economic security on the personal, communal, and institutional levels.
Policy Paper – Between Our Reality As Refugees And Our Hopes For Return: Where Are Our Rights As Women?
This policy paper aims at delving into the question of return from the perspective of women; it is an attempt at understanding the experiences that govern their realities as refugees and the breakdown of the push and pull factors that play a major role in their decisions to return.
Background The Syrian Women’s Political Movement (SWPM) comprises of Syrian […]
The Assad regime is no stranger to policies of demographic change. Forcing civilians out of their areas has been an intrinsic part of the regime’s administration of Syria since the days of Hafez Assad.
The process of reconstruction necessitates that the international community places its trust in the Syrian women and men, and their organizations.
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.”
In its political vision, the Syrian Women’s Political Movement affirms the priority of the file of detainees, and missing and forcibly disappeared persons, and addresses it based on the relevant international resolutions, specifically the Geneva Declaration and UN Resolution 2254
Intervention of the SWPM Member, Dima Moussa, in the Brussel’s Conference – “We Hear You” Bringing Women Grassroots Voices to the Heart of the Syrian Peace Process
I want to salute all Syrians, especially the women working anywhere and everywhere to contribute to the peace process.