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
In Syria and abroad, Syrians are silently suffering a mental health pandemic.
Whether abuses against Syrians in Turkey are exaggerated or not by the media, they have to develop a new integration strategy based on interaction with the Turkish opposition parties.
Ten years of conflict have taken their toll on Syrian children, 80 percent of whom see themselves living outside the country in the future.
In Lebanon, few Syrian refugees know how to register to get the COVID-19 vaccine
France is the second European country requested to investigate and prosecute those responsible for chemical attacks carried out by the Assad regime against the Syrian people in 2013.
Women’s presence and role over the past decade reflect the course of the revolution: the militarization, emergence of separated areas controlled by different international, regional and local actors, as well as the rise of extremist groups such as ISIS and HTS.
Is 2021 the year for decisive steps towards repatriating the foreign children held in northeast Syria camps?
Thousands of children related to current or former foreign ISIS fighters are held in dire humanitarian conditions inside northeast Syria camps. Could this be the time for decisive steps towards their repatriation?