We are Syrian feminist political women and men who have struggled against the tyrannical regime and have demand freedom, justice and dignity for all Syrian citizens and we have defended women rights in our country. We hail from diverse intellectual and political backgrounds of the Syrian community. Our movement is inclusive for women and men of diverse experiences and capabilities. It represents the demands of Syrian men and women who believe in the same principles including women rights, gender equality and the importance of women empowerment and active participation in all aspects of life and decision-making circles for the future of Syria.
Mariam Jalabi is a political activist, from Qamishli city. She left Syria in the late 1980s to Canada. Jalabi is the representative of the coalition in the United Nations, and one of the founders of the SWPM.
Saba al-Hakim from Idlib, a graduate of Pharmaceutics in Damascus University. She worked as a pharmacist before the revolution and she also volunteered with an association for persons with special needs.
Shiyam Ghalyon, who is originally from Homs, Syria, was born in 1990 in the United States. Shiyam is a graduate of natural science and has been an activist since the beginning of the Syrian revolution.
Sara Hunaidi, born in 1995 from Suwaida Governorate. She left Syria in 2014 and she is studying International Relations at the DePaul University. She is currently working in the same field, in addition to writing.
Frial Hussein was born in Latakia, residing now in Germany, graduated from the Teachers' academy and worked as a teacher for the primary stage, in addition to her interest in political and social work.
Born in the city of Aleppo, Syria, Hiam Haj Ali studied the Management of Government Organizations and is currently active in the fields of education, research and in-field training. She is a member of the SWPM.
Dima al-Sayed is originally from Homs; she was born in Damascus. She left Syria in 2012 and stayed in Turkey. She works as a journalist and correspondent, interested in women issues and a member of SWPM.
Salwa Abdul Rahman is from Idlib. She is a graduate of The Institute of Journalism and Media. She works in producing visual media content, a correspondent for Aleppo Today Channel and a member of SWPM.