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Laila Alodaat
human rights lawyer and feminist activist from Syria. MENA Director at The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Tweets in personal capacity
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At Deptford 7 miles cheering our runners. Very inspired  
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Joanna Wren Apr 16
Replying to @oddlots @RafifJ and 22 others
The word to describe what is happening in is used by the Holocaust Museum in Washington, who have some experience with this and by the UN Special Advisor on the Prevention of Genocide. Watch the video & read the report.
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Lana S. Meiqari Apr 15
Thanks for vocalizing what many Syrians have been going through in neat and simple sentences. Hope there are still sane people who can receive the message and start acting for their sake even, not for ours!
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Laila Alodaat Apr 14
Equally sick at the sad attempt to reduce all Syrians to a few armed militias, there’s 23 million of us, majority of which are unarmed & don’t want anyone killed, focus on those and don’t u dare using women who you’d rather see dead than free to excuse ur support of war criminals
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Laila Alodaat Apr 14
I’m sick at the thought of Syrian women being reduced to the wife and mouth piece of a genocidal war criminal who gases his people and bury them under the rubble.
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Yasmin Al-Nadheri Apr 3
With the Ambassador to at the Palais des Nations in discussing Yemeni women's role in the process at all levels
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Jan Egeland Apr 2
: On my way to Geneva donor conference on world’s deepest humanitarian crisis. We need to be honest at that meeting: More aid is a needed band-aid, but only an end to embargo on imports, ceasefire & real peace talks will save 20 million Yemeni civilians in grave danger.
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Tammam Aloudat Mar 28
. open letter to the doctors of “If the level of brutality has brought humanity close to collapse, you are the reason why a piece of it is still alive.”
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Tim Wright Mar 22
Palestine has just ratified the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons! Congratulations, 🇵🇸
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Amber Parkes Mar 19
Leading defender : in are at frontline of the humanitarian crisis; releasing detainees & reviving communities, yet they are still excluded from the peace process.
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Amber Parkes Mar 15
folks working on justice and rights - come along to this panel event on Monday with leading women’s rights activists from , and . Promises to be interesting!
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WILPF Mar 13
Using a in documenting in is necessary to help all stakeholders to grasp how those violations generate different needs/constraints & to develop gender-sensitive approaches. Read our statement to :
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Sareta Ashraph Mar 9
Important new report by on the impact of the conflict on women and girls.
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Ahdaf Soueif Mar 9
Today at 11.30 on the South Bank. I'll be moderating Malu Halasa and Maryam Almhameed. We'll be talking about . Come.
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CIHRS Mar 8
من مكتبة مركز القاهرة في رواية : نيغاتيف - من ذاكرة المعتقلات السياسيات - روزا ياسين حسن من
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Lina Khatib Mar 1
Our last panel today at conference on civil society & communities inside Syria. Emphasis that international support needs to be led by local needs as opposed to agendas being set by external actors.
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Caoilfhionn Gallagher Mar 1
BEYOND EXCITED to launch this fabulous initiative today. 8 days. 8 streets. 8 women. Please read, watch & share using & .
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