Ezdina allocates a session for women in Hasaka city

Ezdina Organization held its third dialogue session in the city of Hasaka at Al-Khabour Hall, in the presence of female activists, media figures and representatives of women's organizations in the region.

The dialogue session, was attended by:
  • Member of the Ta'a Marbouta Foundation, Haifa Al-Hassan.
  • Member of the Center for Research and Educational Studies, Sherin Ibrahim.
  • Volunteer at the Solaf Center for Civic Activities, Nisreen Ibrahim.
  • Civic activist, Laila Iskan.
  • The writer Hana'a Daoud.
  • Media figure, Sultana Mohammad.
  • Director of the Balsam Center for Human Rights Education, Ahin Ali.
  • Member of the board of directors of Joudi Association for Development and Relief, Salma Abdel Qader.
  • Lina Najari, Relations Officer at the Solaf Center.
  • Director of human resources at Gav Organzation, Shahi Ahmed.
  • Volunteer at Gav Organization Ghaf, Darin Qasem.
  • Member of the Yazidi House in Hasakah, Nalin Rasho.
  • Member of the Syriac Women's Union, Semiramis Qurbo.
  • Member of the Yazidi House in Hasakah, Rana Rasho.
  • Member of the Syriac Women's Union, Rima Marsho.
  • Activist Mona Ahmad.
  • Volunteer in "We Are Hope" Fulla Ibrahim.

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

The session was moderated by Dr. Abeer Hassaf, and the member of the Constitutional Committee, Dr. Dorsen Oskan, via the Zoom program.

The director of Balsam Center, Ahin Ali, said that she does not recognize the current constitutional committee as a Syrian citizen living inside, because the committee was formed away from the people's choice and will.

Ali added that the Autonomous Administration in North and East Syria was excluded from the Constitutional Committee, while there were representatives of the armed Syrian opposition on the committee, despite the fact that that opposition committed the most heinous crimes against Syrians.

In turn, writer Hana'a Dawud said that it was the masculine mentality that prevented women from participating adequately in the Geneva conferences and other international platforms.

Dawud added that feminist activists were directed towards specific topics such as relief and development, and were kept away from crucial issues, noting that women's adherence to societal customs and traditions is among the reasons for this exclusion.

For her part, the administrator of the Judi 
Association, Salma Abdel Qader  indicated that there is no law in the current Syrian constitution or in religious legislation that prevents women from exercising their rights.

In turn, member of the Syriac Union, Rima Marsho, stressed the need to represent Syrian women in the constitution, away from religion, noting that the only way to have her voice reach international platforms is through conferences and dialogue sessions such as those organized by Ezdina Organization.

A member of the Constitutional Committee, Dr. Dorsen Oskan, spoke via the Zoom program about the nine Geneva meetings, indicating the lack of seriousness of all parties in order to reach a solution to the Syrian crisis.

Dr. Oskan added that constitutional issues were addressed in only one Geneva conference, while the rest of the sessions were wasting time and procrastination from the participating parties.

For her part, the session facilitator, Dr. Abeer Hassaf, spoke about the establishment and composition of the Constitutional Committee and the drawbacks of representing the Committee, in addition to talking about the main reasons for the failure of the Constitutional Committee in its work so far.

At the conclusion of the dialogue session, the attendees agreed on a set of recommendations and proposals to be submitted to the Syrian Constitutional Committee, which included:
  • Changing the name of the country to "Syrian Republic".
  • Separation of religion and state.
  • Not specifying the gender and religion of the presidential candidate.
  • Decentralized plural system.
  • Neutralization of the military establishment.
  • Separation of the Supreme Judicial Committee from the Legislative Committee.
  • The actual participation of women in the decision-making process and their assumption of sovereign positions.
  • Inclusion of other languages ​​within the official languages ​​of the state.
  • Women grant their citizenship to their children.
  • Change the provisions of the Personal Status Law.
  • Equal employment opportunities and salaries for women.
  • Gendering the constitution.
  • Social and health insurance for all ages.
  • Transparency in public budgets.
  • Participation of components in the People's Assembly according to the percentage of their presence in Syria

Ezdina Organization held its eleventh dialogue session within the framework of the project "A Constitution That Protects Us", on May 27 at the Kulturvan Center in Amuda, in the presence of representatives of religious and national minorities in North and East Syria.

It is noteworthy that Ezdina Organization launched a new project in Northeastern Syria, under the title "A Constitution That Protects Us", starting on February 23, 2021.



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