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Half Of Syria May 10
Women are the forgotten victims of the Syrian conflict. In this powerful video, seven women reveal how the violence forced them out of their homes and into displacement camps in Northern Syria and into Europe.
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Half Of Syria May 28
"We encourage every Syrian to come back to Syria,” President Bashar al-Assad told reporters last month. as if he is willing to receive every member of his vastly-displaced citizenry. The reality, however, could not be further from the truth.
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أبو الفدا الدوماني  (Daneal kelsle) May 2
Half of Syria Did you know that 1.5 million people in Syria are now living with permanent impairments because of the conflict, including 86,000 people who have lost limbs?
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Badael Mar 12
Half of 's pre-war population have fled their homes due to violent conflict. It is their fundamental right to live in from fear and persecution. The international community must intensify its efforts to ensure they can.
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Rosie Ball Mar 11
Important discussion on internal displacement in ahead of hosted by and . With Ruham Hawash from , Riyad Najem from Hurras Child Protection Network, and
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CCSD Mar 11
Syrian Civil Society in Brussel are highlighting detention, siege, forced displacement by the Regime at the
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Rosie Ball Mar 11
Replying to @Rosiee_B
Panel discussing the specific challenges faced by women, detained people and the families of people who have been detained or disappeared in claiming housing, land and property rights in
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Half Of Syria May 26
Can you imagine being forced to leave your house in the middle of winter and having to burn all your belongings for a little warmth? A moving interview with a Aleppo resident who had to go through this harrowing journey by the
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Rosie Ball Mar 11
Replying to @PAXforpeace
Marjolein Wijninckx from discussing how the impacts and harm of sieges continue and much more support is needed for survivors.
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WomenNow النساء الآن Apr 30
Displaced women share their powerful stories.
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Nadine Saba Mar 11
:Syrian women speak up is highlighting not only the difficulties of living conditions in Syria. It also highlights challenges children, youth and women are facing daily, from children trauma, to facing unanswered questions, and hopeless dreams.
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Lubna Al kanawati Mar 6
One day i will return to Syria I dreamed of.
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The Syria Campaign Mar 11
Replying to @TheSyriaCmpgn
After displacement, property rights are a huge challenge. It's especially difficult for women to reclaim land after displacement. There is a clear gender impact here
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The Syria Campaign Mar 11
Replying to @TheSyriaCmpgn
In northern Syria we only have TWO psychiatrists and a few psychologists providing services to an area with 3 million people. This is a huge gap. - Hurras Child Protection Network
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WomenNow النساء الآن May 8
Heartbreaking stories from the so called "evacuations" that happened in Syria. They were forced displacements. Full of violence and violations.
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The Syria Campaign Mar 11
Inspired by this group of activists from struggling to protect the rights of the displaced - which is . They are insisting this issue is not forgotten.
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Farah Abou EL Sel Mar 8
Over half of Syria's population has been forced to leave their homes. @halfofsyria
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Fatima Hashem Morales Mar 6
Do you know what half of all Syrians have in common? Stay tuned to find out! And follow
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WomenNow النساء الآن May 7
Women share their stories of displacement, belonging and losing their homes on
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Global Fund for Women Mar 9
Over half of all Syrians were forced to leave their homes after 2011. Friends & colleagues at , a grantee partner, survived hunger, violence & bombs. And still, they dream about their homes and going back one day.
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