Founders, board members and FFHR’s team have finished drafting its new strategic plan that is tailored to the need of the targeted communities.
This plan, which followed the founding strategic plan, was prepared after thoroughly investigating and considering the needs of Syrian communities and the needs of the refugees’ community in Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). This is in addition to exploring the views of experts in civil work in Syria and the views of several local and international organisations.
The plan is summed up in strengthening the political freedoms in Syria. In particular, the plan focuses on promoting freedom of peaceful assembly and association, advocacy and mobilization. This aims to support civil society activists and their organisation against any violations. Moreover, the plan will seek to enact new legislations to regulate the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association in the new Syria.
With the view torecover post-conflict communities, where political and civil liberties have deteriorated due to extremism, terrorism, and militarization of societies, FFHR will seek to make a significant contribution towards raising awareness about the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights as a compass for its forthcoming events.