Outputs of the twelveth dialogue session in Hasaka

Ezdina Organization held its third dialogue session in the city of Hasaka, which is considered the 12th session within the project “A Constitution That Protects Us” at Khabour Hall on May 31, 2021. The session started at 11:00 and ended at 14:30.

The session was moderated by Dr. Abeer Hassaf.

17 activist women, representatives of institutions in North and East Syria, in addition to journalists.
  • Haifa Al-Hassan - Trainer at Ta'a Marbouta Foundation
  • Sherin Ibrahim - Member of the Center for Research and Educational Studies
  • Nisreen Ibrahim - Volunteer at the Solav Center for Civic Activities
  • Laila Iskan - Civic activist
  • Hana Dawud - Writer
  • Sultana Mohammad - Journalist
  • Ahin Ali - human rights defender and director of the Balsam Center for Health Education
  • Salma Abdel Qader - Member of the Board of Directors of the Joudi Association for Development and Relief
  • Lina Najari - Relations Officer at the Solav Center for Civic Activities
  • Shahi Ahmed - Director of Human Resources at Gav
  • Darin Qasem - Volunteer at Gav
  • Nalin Rasho - Representative of the Yazidi House in Hasaka
  • Rana Rasho - Representative of the Yazidi House in Hasaka
  • Semiramis Karbo - Member of the Syriac Women's Union
  • Rima Marsho - Member of the Syriac Women's Union
  • Mouna Ahmed - Activist
  • Fula Ibrahim - Volunteer at the We Are Hope Initiative

National background of the participants:
Arabs: 1 - Syriacs: 2 - Kurds: 14

Religious background of the participants:
Christians: 2 - Yazidis: 2 - Muslims: 13

Main topics of the session:
  • The Syrian crisis and the Geneva conferences.
  • Syria's next constitution.
  • The Syrian Constitutional Committee in Geneva.
  • The role of the constitution in meeting the requirements of women.
The facilitator started talking about the nine Geneva conferences and their results in detail, then the door was opened for discussion, consultations and questions by the participants, and all the questions were answered by the session facilitator.

In the second axis, a member of the Constitutional Committee, Dr. Dorsen Oskan, joined the session via the “Zoom”, to talk 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.

Then the session facilitator divided the attendees into 3 groups to develop and discuss a set of recommendations and proposals, to arrive at several general proposals that were agreed upon by all participants.

Session results:
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, including:
  • 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.
  • Inclusion of other languages ​​within the official languages ​​of the state.
  • Women grant their citizenship to their children.
  • Changing the provisions of the Personal Status Law.
  • Equal employment opportunities and salaries for women.
  • Social and health insurance for all ages.
  • Transparency in public budgets.



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