In Syria and abroad, Syrians are silently suffering a mental health pandemic.
The revolution has led to a somewhat greater degree of freedom, but also to greater disinformation as new challenges emerged for Syrian journalists in an increasingly fragmented country.
Ten years of conflict have taken their toll on Syrian children, 80 percent of whom see themselves living outside the country in the future.
A look at Google Trends data for the year 2020 offers a glimpse into the daily lives of Syrians across the country, including the prominence of fuel shortages, the currency crisis and coronavirus.
On average, every three days a person in Lebanon takes their own life, while every six hours someone attempts to complete suicide.
The exhibition, which may one day travel internationally, is a precious tribute to the Syrian cultural legacy.
In 2015, Ismail al-Jouri lost his hand to a landmine in northern Raqqa. Three years ago he started playing with the village soccer team; and it changed his life.
Al-Rukban camp, a hastily put together settlement in the no-man’s land between Syria and Jordan, has been all but forgotten by the world.
An Internet search landing the result ‘French Guiana’ changed the destiny of Alaa al-Taweel, Ahmad al-Yassin and Mahmoud.
Syrians in France face the uncertain fallout of political tensions around caricatures, Islam and migration
After the recent beheading of school teacher Samuel Paty and the ensuing cultural backlash against Islam in France, Syrians have felt increasingly unsafe in France.