Ezdina organizes a dialogue session for media professionals in Hasaka

Ezdina Organization held its second dialogue session in the city of Hasaka, in the presence of journalists, media professionals, representatives of media institutions.

The dialogue session was attended by:
  • North Press Agency correspondent, Jindar Abdul Qadir.
  • Journalist at Hasaka district council, Dilava Mohammad
  • Correspondent at Hawar News Agency, Hanar Ibrahim and Diyar Ahmed.
  • Journalist Evar Amin.
  • Aso News network correspondents Ahmed Khalif and Nohreen Abdel Qader.
  • Reporter of Vedeng, Sherzad Seydo.
  • Journalist Hozan Khalil.
  • Journalist Sami Al-Ahmad.
  • Journalist Tareq al-Naqshbandi from Sawt al-Hayat radio.
  • Journalists Rizan Ismail and Idris Ibrahim from the Syrian Kurdish Journalists Network.
  • Journalist Mohammad Hasan.
  • Journalist Imad Khalaf from Khabur Radio.

The writer and journalist Ibrahim Ibrahim, and a member of the Constitutional Committee, Dr. Dorsen Oskan, participated in the dialogue session, via the "Zoom", while the session was moderated by Dr. Abeer Hassaf.

The dialogue session, which lasted more than three hours, dealt with several axes about the work of the Syrian Constitutional Committee, its establishment, the Geneva conferences and its results, the political process in Syria, Resolution 2254 of the United Nations Security Council on a ceasefire, and how to reach a political settlement of the situation in Syria.

Writer and journalist Ibrahim Ibrahim said that it is important to protect the right of media professionals to equal opportunities and their right to access information, through constitutional articles.

In turn, North-Press Agency correspondent Jindar Abdul Qadir explained that the international will represented by the active powers and the superpowers determines the fate of Syria, pointing out that there is no significant influence of the media on the Syrian arena, except for what serves the agendas of the countries active in the Syrian crisis.

For his part, the journalist Mohammad Hassan confirmed that all conferences to solve the Syrian crisis failed and did not fulfill the Syrian people's demand to stop the war and reach a political solution that satisfies all the people of Syria.

In turn, the moderator of the session, Dr. Abeer Hassaf, spoke about the establishment and composition of the Constitutional Committee and the drawbacks to the committee's representation, in addition to talking about the main reasons for the failure of the Constitutional Committee in its work so far.

At the end of the session, the participants agreed on a set of proposals and recommendations:
  • Working on developing a constitution that is compatible with the social, cultural, ethnic and racial diversity in Syria.
  • Respect for private and public freedoms.
  • The right to access information.
  • Building a decentralized, pluralistic Syria dominated by a system of social, cultural and ethnic justice.
  • Providing professional media training opportunities.
  • Independence of media institutions, freedom of expression and the enactment of laws that punish those who abuse media freedom.
  • Protecting journalists and not restricting media work through emergency laws.
  • Protecting female journalists from threats, kidnapping, verbal or sexual harassment.
  • Freedom of printing, publishing, and cultural and intellectual production.
  • Involving all components of the Syrian people in drafting any constitution or establishing a constitutional committee, and working on the election of constitutional committees by the Syrian people and not by foreign bodies.
  • A federal system of government (decentralized).
  • Separation of religion and state.
  • Ensuring women's participation in politics.
  • Ensure the rights of all components.
  • The right to education, equal work opportunities.
  • Achieving transitional justice and freedom of political action and the formation of organizations.
  • Enhancing the role of the youth in the political process.

Ezdina Organization had dedicated its first dialogue session in the city of Hasaka for youth, which was held on the first Thursday of April with the participation of a group of young women and men.

It is noteworthy that Ezdina launched a new project, in northeeastern Syria, under the title "A Constitution That Protects Us", starting from February 23, 2021, for a period of three months.




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