Eleven years on, funding for Syria is stagnating while needs grow. Women are among those most affected by funding gaps in the health sector.
Until justice is achieved, Syrian women continue their battle through documentation, says Mashaan, as it takes on legal significance “in accountability, and human significance in preserving memory.”
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.
Families displaced to Idlib struggle to find stability amidst a severe housing shortage and exploitation by landlords and rental offices.
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?