After ‘Operation Peace Spring,’ over 11,000 Syrians fled to Bardarash refugee camp in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Only 3,500 remain; why?
When Jawad’s family refused to sign the reconciliation agreement, their home became state property
Syria Direct launches its new podcast “Ard Dyar,” which tells the human stories behind Housing, Land and Property (HLP) rights violations in Syria.
Yasmine’s home was demolished in a matter of days by the Syrian government due to ‘security reasons’
Power of attorney: The Assad regime’s hidden weapon to deprive displaced Syrians of their property rights
Since October 2017, the Assad regime’s Ministry of Justice has subjected issuing power of attorney, especially for real estate disposition, to prior security service approval.
Contrary to the impression created by the media, the participation of Syrians in Lebanon in the presidential elections is mainly driven by fear and extortion.
UN agencies have warned that assistance and essential services may be cut this summer amidst severe funding shortages. So far, Jordan has received less than 2% of funds needed for the Syrian refugee response in 2021.
Syrian day laborers, especially those without work permits, are the most affected by Turkey’s latest lockdown.
From the National Council to the National Coalition: Has Syria’s political opposition become a burden on the revolution?
The relations between post-revolution political blocs, assemblies and platforms have been characterized by internal conflicts that reflect regional and international polarization.
Out of around 664,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan registered with the UNHCR, approximately 26,000 people, or 3.5%, have disabilities