Right to freedom of
ASSOCIATIONS in SYRIA
Human Rights Defenders are not fighting alone, not anymore.!
FFHR recognizes human rights defenders working to protect and defend any and all of the rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, as well as the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights But only adopts whether groups or individuals work within the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association
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Syrian activist and documenter of rights violations Razan Zeitouneh was kidnapped on 9 December 2013, alongside her husband, Wa’el Hamade, and colleagues Samira Al Khalil and Nazem Al Hamadi. ‘The Douma Four’ have been missing ever since. Years before the 2011 Syrian revolution, the name of Razan Zeitouneh was well-known within activist circles in Syria.Shortly after the initial 2011 protests, Zeitouneh co-founded the Local Coordination Committees (LCCs) to help organise demonstrations and document the protests as well as the brutal crackdown inflicted upon protesters by regime forces.
OUR STRUGGLE together
Human Rights Defenders are not fighting alone, not anymore.!
Since the lunch of our foundation in 2013, we never ceased to defend human rights for all segments of our society. Over time, we accumulated experience and developed valuable skills, which we consider to be vital for improving our performance and methods for our ongoing struggle for a strong and empowered civil society where civil society organisations and human right defenders have the leading role in promoting the emerging democracy which essential to triumph in our continued fight against authoritarianism and human right violations.
Only out of specialized advocating of the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association and ensuring effective participation of civil society, we will be able build and develop the capacity of our foundation and that of our fellow organisations to ensure resilience and victory in our struggle and to consolidate values of freedom, democracy, equality and justice.
Because we are stronger together, the Fraternity Foundation for Human Rights sees the importance of a constructive practical alliance between civil society organizations through joint work rather than through fragile alliances that focus on administrative forms instead of focusing on working for human rights issues and civil liberties.
Today 13,06,2022, Fraternity Foundation for Human Rights-FFHR issued a report on the status of the right to freedom of association in the area under the control of the Hayat Tahrir al-Sham
February 7, 2022, FFHR issued a report on the status of the right to freedom of association in the area under the control of the Syrian government.FFHR said that while it monitors the state of the right to freedom of association in the area under the control of the Syrian government and the violations and abuses that this right is subjected to, Fraternity salutes the courage of her colleagues in this sector to continue to provide their services and find alternatives to cope with the repression they are facing from the Syrian government.
This report, issued by the Fraternity Foundation for Human Rights, focuses on the vision of civil society organizations in northeastern Syria about the future of legislation in the region and the importance of the position of international conventions and human rights conventions in the pyramid of legislation in conjunction with the reformulation of the social contract in the region by the Democratic Self – Administration of North and East Syria, which is considered a local constitution for the region.
This report, issued by the Fraternity Foundation for Human Rights, focuses on the effects of Law No. (3) of 2017 and its executive regulations, known as The Law Governing the Work of Civil Society Organizations issued by the self-administration of North and East Syria) shows the effectiveness of civic engagement of Organizations of Civil Work in northern and eastern Syria.
In light of this negative reality, the initiative of the brotherhood institution for human Rights is the drafting of a policy paper on Decree-Law No. 3 of 2017 Law of Organizations, Associations and Civil Society; as a basic entry point for activating my rights to amend the legislative structure of associations in areas under the control of democratic self-management.
In furtherance of resolution 2254 aimed at advancing a political process to resolve the Syrian conflict, the (FFHR) issued a position paper on the drafting of the Syrian. in order to bridge the gap left by the communication between the participants in the special Syria talks and the components of the Syrian society all mechanism to ensure that the information on the process of drafting the Constitution,
Click here to read PDF Status indicator of the right to freedom of association in Syria2022 This report is based on the accumulated experience of the Fraternity Foundation for Human Rights since its establishment in 2013. The Fraternity Foundation for Human Rights started to develop a Syrian National Index in 2022 to measure the state…Read More
Click here to read profile2022_ Our team has updated our profile The file includes our story, our vision, our specialization, the way we work, and what we have accomplished For any questions, don’t hesitate to contact usRead More
لقراءة التقرير باللغة العربية اضغط هنا من قمع إلى قمع حالة حق تكوين الجمعيات في منطقة هيئة تحرير الشام Today 13,06,2022, Fraternity Foundation for Human Rights-FFHR issued a report on the status of the right to freedom of association in the area under the control of the Hayat Tahrir al-ShamRead More
A training workshop on violation of housing, land, and property rights was concluded in Qamishli city yesterday, Monday 21st of February 2022. The workshop was held in and coordinated by the Civil House. The workshop was held for a group of civil society activists and jurists working on documenting violations of property rights. The workshop…Read More
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