Ezdina moves to Hasaka and holds its first dialogue session there

Ezdina Organization launched its first dialogue sessions within the project "A Constitution That Protects Us" in the city of Hasaka, after the completion of five dialogue sessions in the city of Qamishlo on March 25th.

Ezdina dedicated its first dialogue session in the city of Hasaka to the youth group, in the presence of a group of young 
activists of women and men.

The discussion was attended by:
  • The member of Slav Center for Civic Activities, Aladdin Al-Hassan.
  • The member of the Ashna Organization for Development, Hevin Ma'o.
  • The member of Slav Center for Civic Activities, Abdul Karim Al-Hussaino.
  • The member of the Nujeen Association for Community Development in Bilind Ma'o.
  • The member of Khabur Association. For civil society, Isser Al-Hamid.
  • The member of the Ashna Organization for Development, Slava Mahmoud.
  • The member of the Nujeen Association for Community Development, Hadeel Hashem.
  • The member of Khabur Association for Civil Society, Simav Suleiman.
  • The civil activist, Ali Ceto.
  • The civil activist, Shivan Rasho.
The political analyst Shoresh Darwish, and the member of the Constitutional Committee, Dr. Dorsen Oskan, also participated in the dialogue session via the "Zoom", while the dialogue session was moderated by Dr. Abeer Hassaf.

The dialogue session, which lasted more than three hours, dealt with several axes related to the work of the Syrian Constitutional Committee, its establishment, the nine Geneva conferences and their results, the course of the political process in Syria, and UN decisions related to the situation in Syria, in addition to discussions about the demands of young people and the importance of their participation and activating their role in building a future Syria.

During the session, member of Ashna Development Organization, Slava Mahmoud, called for the necessity of preserving the rights of young women in the field of education, work, elections and assuming leadership positions in the country, and stressed the importance of not marginalizing the role of youth.

A member of the Nujeen Association for Community Development, Bilind Ma'o, said that the priority is to cease fire in all Syrian regions, and to provide adequate political conditions in order to write a constitution that guarantees the rights of all.

In turn, the moderator of the session, Dr. Abeer Hassaf, spoke about the importance of the role of youth and the need to take their demands into consideration regarding the future of Syria, and to increase the capabilities of young people to rely on them in the future.

At the end of the session, the participants agreed on a set of proposals and recommendations in the political, economic and social aspects.

Political proposals:
  • Democratic decentralization.
  • Young people join the councils at specific rates.
  • Determine the form of the state.
  • The system of government is semi-presidential.
  • Not specifying age, gender, religion and nationality for the presidency.
  • The right of nationality.
  • Not to nominate the president more than twice.
  • Determine the period and provisions of the emergency law.
  • Allocate a ministry for youth.
  • That the state be - an elected constitutional and a secular state.
Social proposals:
  • Equality and non-discrimination between religions and cultures.
  • The right to education and publication in the mother tongue of all components.
  • The right to express opinion and the right to nationality for every citizen.
  • Participation of women and youth in political decisions and civil society organizations.
  • Health and social guarantee for all the components.
Economic proposals:
  • Equitable distribution of wealth.
  • Economic independence.
  • Activating the role of youth by holding training courses for them and assisting them in submitting proposals and initiatives.
  • Establishing youth groups and providing opportunities for youth.
  • Economic self-sufficiency.
  • Restoration of stolen lands to their original owners.
  • Activating the role of the concerned ministries and allocating salaries to citizens according to ages.
  • The right to work.
Ezdina Organization held five sessions within its project "A Constitution That Protects Us" in the city of Qamishlo/Qamishli, last March. The first session was devoted to media professionals, while the second session targeted the youth group, while the third session was devoted to women and the fourth to representatives of religious and national minorities, and the fifth to representatives of political parties in northeastern Syria.



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