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    New Syrian Women’s Political Movement hopes to bring a feminist approach to peace and transition

New Syrian Women’s Political Movement hopes to bring a feminist approach to peace and transition

The alleged recent use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime in Douma and the military action taken by the US, France and the UK in response underscore – again – the need for Syrians to make urgent progress on agreeing an inclusive political settlement that will address the underlying grievances of the conflict as well as address the […]

May 24th, 2018|Featured|0 Comments|

Documenting a crime “worse than death”

During six months of documenting the sexual violence committed by Syrian army and militias, Marie Forestier discovered that the power of stigma and feelings of helplessness prevented many survivors from speaking. However, as crimes committed by ISIS continue to capture attention whereas those committed by pro-regime forces are under-reported, some women gathered the strength to talk about the abuse they had endured.

“Rape is worse than death. I’m more afraid […]

October 26th, 2016|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Documenting a crime “worse than death”|