Women returning to Raqqa from the al-Hol detention camp face major challenges as they seek to turn the page on their past. While they describe themselves as victims, some of their neighbors still view them as part of the Islamic State.
Nearly five years after Daraa returned to Damascus’ control, humanitarian organizations that previously sponsored children who lost their parents have not been able to resume their work, leaving children to face extreme poverty or the labor market, leaving school behind.
Perspective: Of pro-regime marches and freedom demonstrations: Two decades of reshaping a Syrian human being
On the twelfth anniversary of the Syrian revolution, our reporter Walid Al Nofal reflects on his personal experience.
Coinciding with the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, more than 300 children who live in displacement camps or work in opposition-controlled Idlib are participating in a parallel soccer tournament: the Camps World Cup.
In Turkey, residency restrictions for Syrian refugees are one factor driving children out of classrooms and into factories.
In opposition-held Idlib, thousands of teachers have been working without pay due to lost funding, some for as long as two years. Now at their breaking point, they are on strike.
Between hardship and exploitation: Fuel smuggling a livelihood for northwestern Syria’s women and children
Increased demand for fuel makes winter a key season for women and children smugglers, but working in this weather is more difficult because of the muddy roads they traverse.
Pickup trucks carrying water for mobile swimming pools to alleviate the impact of the heat wave on civilians, especially children, in camps in northwest Syria
Out of around 664,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan registered with the UNHCR, approximately 26,000 people, or 3.5%, have disabilities
Ten years of conflict have taken their toll on Syrian children, 80 percent of whom see themselves living outside the country in the future.