Syria

Supporting Independent Media in Syria

IREX is pleased to launch a new project to support independent Syrian media. IREX will support a diverse range of Syrian broadcasters, including the development of a new independent satellite channel.

Elevating Youth Voices on the Syrian Conflict

As a director, producer, and musician, Marco Ayoubi usually stays behind the scenes. Originally from Damascus, the young Syrian was forced to leave his country to escape the ongoing conflict and make a new life in Istanbul.

Connecting Refugees in Jordan with Quality Education

More than a third of all Syrian refugee children in Jordan remain out of school, according to the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), and many others struggle to complete their education because of psychological trauma, financial pressures to work,

Syria: Disclose Advocate’s Whereabouts. Release Bassel Khartabil, Held Unfairly Since 2012

9 October 2015
(APCNews)

Syria’s authorities should immediately reveal the whereabouts of Bassel Khartabil, a software developer and defender of freedom of expression, 31 organizations said today.

The Story of Syria Tracker & Child Killing Trends in Syria

Guest blog post by Hend Alhinnawi & Taha Kass-Hout, Humanitarian Tracker (Full blogger bios following the post)
This is the story of the Syrian conflict, as told by its citizens living within its borders.

Here’s How Much The International Community Cares About Syria

By the end of the day today we will have  a good sense of how much the international community really cares about Syrians suffering from conflict.

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