In the prelude of Syria’s reconstruction, addressing HLP rights are key to drawing the future of the country.
“We need to break the door of the closet that they put us into and get out: We deserve life.”
After enduring torture and sexual violence in prison, Syrian female survivors face societal stigma upon returning home.
A group of Syrian women is on a quest to persuade families not to make the same mistake that shattered their lives.
In spite of legal protections and quotas, women are still not equal under the Autonomous Administration
In spite of legal protections, women still suffer from cultural resistance to their adoption of a greater role in AA areas.
Even under conservative HTS rule, women in northwest Syria are fighting for their right to be seen and heard in public life.
Syrian women are keeping the record straight: from their truth-seeking journey to their efforts to call SGBV inside Syrian prisons by its name: a crime against humanity.
This week, Syria Direct will be launching its new podcast, Thawriyya. Produced by Syria Direct and funded by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS), the podcast series follows the lives of five Syrian women activists.
As Jordan enters its sixth week of lockdown, victims of domestic violence, especially refugees, continue to suffer at the hands of their abusers with no end in sight.
Syria Direct spoke to four women working as on-camera reporters and print journalists in HTS-held Idlib city to learn what they experience in their male-dominated profession.