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about the Case

We focus on 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) And the extent of effectiveness of civic engagement of Organizations in NESyria.

IN 2014 Northeastern Syria has gone out of government control due to the ongoing bloody  conflict between the Syrian government and the opposition . The region is subject to the influence of the USA.

A local government was established independent of the Syrian government It is led by the Kurds of Syria. The official name of this government is The Democratic Self-Administration in northern and eastern Syria.
This administration implements a law on associations No. 3 of 2017 Which violates global standards of the right to freedom of association.

Since August 2018, FFHR has been seeking to change the Associations Law issued by the Local Authority for North and East Syria, which is supported by the USA. FFHR has held several activities to achieve the goal of its campaign.

What we have done in this case

FFHR worked on two tracks relied on the strategy of empowering civil society organizations in northeastern Syria regarding the right to freedom of association and the exercise of its activities.
Then we mobilized them to demand the authority to amend

empowering CSOs in NE-Syria

  The first track:

  Through our awareness unit

  • Preparation of 2 training manual on:
    1- International standards for the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association
    2- The Modern advocacy tactics
  • Holding 20 training workshops in 6 Basic cities ( Hassakah, Qamishli, Amouda, Raqqa, Deirazour, Derek) in NE-Syria Attended by more than 83 CSOs 

Legal analysis of the law

completion of the first track:

Through our LEGAL SUPPORT UNIT

 

 

Policy paper on ADANS’s law of associations in NESyria

This policy paper is the production of early work of (FFHR) that aims at influencing the decision-making processes and enriching the debate regarding the rights to freedom of association. Moreover, this paper aims at activating the role of relevant actors – Non-Governmental Organisations – on the Syrian and Kurdish scene, in order to ensure the full enjoyment of the rights to peaceful assembly and association.

Analytical report: Right to Freedom of association in NESyria

This report, issued by the FFHR, 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.

Mobilized CSOs to demand the authority to amend the Law No.3/2017

The second track:

Through our ADVOCACY UNIT

 

DIALOGUE WITH CSOS AND THE AUTHORITIES IN NESYRIA ON WAYS TO ENHANCE CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

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legislative council of the (ADANS) in dialogue with FFHR on legislation and the associations’ law.

With a view to open a dialogue between authorities and citizens and to promote political participation and democratic practices, Fraternity Foundation for Human Rights (FFHR) – on Tuesday, October 13, 2018 in Qamishli city – held a dialogue session on legislation, enactment of new laws and associations’ law.