A dialogue session dedicated for women in Qamishlo


Ezdina Organization held its third dialogue session within the project "A Constitution That Protects Us" on Tuesday, at the Organization's office in the city of Qamishlo/Qamishli, in the presence of a group of women and civic activists.

The dialogue session was attended by student Haifa Mustafa and Midas Abdo, the member of Erido center, Liana Saliba, the coordinator of Erido organization, Reem Youssef, the coordinator of Pel Organization Sidar Othman, the administrator of Shawishka, Ibtisal Al-Jaloud, the co-chair of Free Media Union is Avin Youssef, the administrator of the Sara Organization for combating violence against women, Manal Hassan Musa, the administrator of the Demos Organization, Helez Fattah and the coordinator of the Demos Organization Nergiz Mohammad.

The dialogue session was moderated by lawyer and human rights activist Omar Ali.

The discussion took place during the dialogue session on the Syrian Constitutional Committee, its establishment, the Geneva conferences and its results, and the political process in Syria, in addition to the UN Security Council Resolution 2254 regarding a ceasefire and reaching a political settlement of the situation in Syria.

The coordinator of the Pêl Civil Waves Organization, Sidar Othman, said during the session that a quota system must be adopted on the participation of women, calling for a constitution compatible with a gender perspective in order to ensure the participation of women in decision-making.

Othman stressed the importance of submitting recommendations and proposals for women to the Constitutional Committee in Geneva.

In his turn, the moderator of the session, Omar Ali, referred to the importance of ensuring the right of women and their participation in the Syrian Constitutional Committee in order to ensure the participation of women in the future governance structure.

Ali stressed the importance of setting up encouraging mechanisms for the participation of women in the political and constitutional process, in addition to ensuring and preserving women's rights in the Personal Status Law, which is unfair to their right.

The participants in the dialogue session agreed on a set of recommendations and proposals to present to the Syrian Constitutional Committee, including:
  • Reconsidering women's representation within the constitutional committee to include women from the Syrian interior.
  • Adopting a women's quota system so that the percentage of women is 30 percent as a minimum within the composition of parliament, local administrations and government agencies.
  • Encouraging the formation and formation of women's organizations through (support - empowerment ... etc.)
  • Changing the voting mechanism within the Constitutional Committee so that it is a maximum of 65 percent instead of 75 percent.
  • The regime in Syria be secular and pluralistic.

Ezdina Organization dedicated its second dialogue session, which was held on Monday, to the young group, where a group of young women and men participated.

It is noteworthy that Ezdina Organization launched its new project, in northeastern Syria, under the title "A Constitution That Protects Us", started on February 23, 2021, for a period of three months.



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A Constitution That Protects Us - Ezdina Organization: A dialogue session dedicated for women in Qamishlo
A dialogue session dedicated for women in Qamishlo
A Constitution That Protects Us - Ezdina Organization
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