These crimes continue to be systematically committed in Syria, and the suffering of victims often continues after they leave the detention centre via other types of social violence, such as discrimination, stigmatization and honour killings.
Women Now’s CEO Dr. Maria Al Abdeh and Dr. Champa Patel analyze the various gendered consequences of the pandemic on women and girls in Syria as well as their intersection with pre-existing gender injustices in this article “COVID-19 and Women in Syria – Deepening Inequalities” for Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.
The disproportionate impact of Covid 19 crisis on women and adolescent girls in middle Bekaa and Women Now for Development’s response
In most countries, women and girls go through different struggles on several levels, from the rigid structure of the patriarchal community to discriminating laws and the exclusion of women from decision making bodies.
Gender Justice and Feminist Knowledge Production in Syria
We are pleased to share this research on Gender Justice and Feminist Knowledge Production in Syria along with the field research that fomred the background work for this paper. Through consultations with Syrian women, we have developed these two papers which aim to shine a light on women’s concepts of justice and advance feminist knowledge production.
Shadows of the Syrian Disappeared: Testimonies of Female Relatives Left with Loss and Ambiguity
This event will include the launching of the report by Dawlaty and Women Now that tackles the multifaceted and profound impact of the disappearance of a loved one on Syrian women, as well as panel discussions that will draw a comparative approach to the Lebanese issue of the disappeared, through a gendered lens.
Syria Response Consultations on the UK National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security
The report presents their analysis of barriers and challenges faced with respect to four pillars: participation, violence against women and girls, security and justice, and refugees and forced displacements