Outputs of the seventh dialogue session in Hasaka

Ezdina Organization held its second dialogue session in Hasaka for journalists, which is the seventh session within the project "A Constitution That Protects Us",on 04.04.2021, where the session started at 11:15 and ended at 15:00.

The discussion was moderated by Dr. Abeer Hassaf.

15 young women and men from media professionals, representatives of media institutions and photojournalists in northeastern Syria participated in the session, according to the following percentages:

27% Female - 73% Male

  • Hanar Ibrahim - Hawar News Agency Correspondent
  • Diyar Ahmad - Hawar News Agency Correspondent
  • Jindar Abdul Qadir - North-Press Correspondent
  • Dilava Mohammed - Journalist of Hasaka Provincial Council
  • Evar Mohammed Amin - Freelancer journalist
  • Ahmed Khalif - Correspondent of Aso News Network
  • Sherzad Seydo - Correspondent for Vedeng
  • Hozan Khalil - Freelancer journalist
  • Sami Al-Ahmad - Journalist
  • Tariq Al-Naqshbandi - Sawt Al-Hayat Radio
  • Imad Al-Khalaf - Khabour Radio
  • Nohreen Abdelkader - Aso News Network
  • Mohamed Hassan - Alaan TV
  • Idris Ibrahim - Syrian Kurdish Journalists Network
  • Rezan Ismail - Syrian Kurdish Journalists Network

National background of the participants:
Media representatives from different national backgrounds in the region participated in the session, which contributed to enriching the session through their participation, and the national distribution of attendance in the session:
Kurds 87% - Arabs 13%

The most important topics of the session:
  • Geneva conferences on resolving the Syrian crisis.
  • The importance of the political process in Geneva.
  • Security Council Resolution 2254.
  • The Syrian Constitutional Committee in Geneva (its components - actions - activities - decisions).
  • The role of the constitution in protecting the rights of media professionals and the right to express opinion.
Session results:
At the end of the session, the participants agreed on a set of proposals and recommendations:
  • Work 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, ethnic and sectarian justice.
  • Providing professional media training opportunities.
  • Independence of media institutions, freedom of expression, and enactment of laws that penalize those who abuse media freedom.
  • Protecting journalists and not restricting media work through emergency laws.
  • Protecting female journalists from threats, kidnapping, verbal or sexual harassments.
  • 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.
  • Enhancing the role of the youth in the political process.



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A Constitution That Protects Us - Ezdina Organization: Outputs of the seventh dialogue session in Hasaka
Outputs of the seventh dialogue session in Hasaka
A Constitution That Protects Us - Ezdina Organization
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