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
November 16, 2021

Joint Statement on the re-cooperation between Interpol and the Syrian Government

During the past few days, the media circulated the news […]

August 20, 2021

Joint Statement on the Decision of the British Treasury Delisted, Tarif Akhras, from its Sanctions List

On 08/12/2021, the British Treasury delisted the Syrian businessman, Tarif […]

August 14, 2021

The Syrian Women’s Political Movement statement on the hate speech against women

The Syrian Women’s Political Movement is following with great concern […]

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.”