The recent events in Suwayda related to the ousting of [...]
Producing coerced confession videos under torture or the threat of torture is one way repressive regimes “keep themselves in power and tighten their control over the people,” writes Mansour al-Omari.
On July 10, the UN Security Council will decide whether to renew a cross-border aid resolution that millions of people in northwestern Syria rely on. "A catastrophe is possible, and we must prepare for it," writes Mohamad Katoub.
Social views and media portrayals of disabled women do not reflect their diverse lived realities, writes Syrian journalist and feminist activist Raghda al-Shamiya.
Op-Ed: How can German police help the families of the Tadamon massacre victims identify their loved ones?
There are multiple steps that German police must take to help the families of possible victims of the Tadamon massacre identify their loved ones while avoiding unnecessary trauma, writes Mansour Omari.
Despite anti-Syrian sentiment and attacks in Turkey, Syrian lawyer Ghazwan Koronfol writes “it is not too late to confront racism and defeat it. It is not too late to dismantle its rhetoric.”
Full access to videos and images of mass atrocities in Syria is the “absolute right” of those whose missing loved ones may appear in them, writes @MansourOmari. He proposes 8 guidelines for organizations and media to follow.
Last month, Turkey’s highest court ruled against Syrians who objected to their deportation. In this Op-Ed, lawyer Ghazwan Koronfol asks: Is the judiciary paving the way for “voluntary return”?