Ezdina dedicates a dialogue session for women of Tirbespiyê/Al-Qahtaniyah

Ezdina Organization held its second dialogue session in Tirbespiyê/Al-Qahtaniya, as part of its project "A Constitution That Protects Us" in Northeastern Syria, on the work of the Constitutional Committee and the Geneva conferences.

The session, which is considered the sixteenth session of the in Northeastern Syria, was held at the Yazidi House in Tarbespiyê, in the presence of women, civil activists, politicians and media figures.

Among who participated in the dialogue session:
  • Democratic Conservative Party member Sou'ad Kajo
  • Activist Haifa Mohammad.
  • Student at the Faculty of Civil Engineering Laila Youssef.
  • Assistant coordinator Solin Hassan.
  • Teacher Jamila Mahmi.
  • Member of the Fraternity Party, Farha Issa.
  • Democratic Union Party member Jawahar Tammo.
  • Fraternity Party member Hiyam Nahit.
  • Spokesperson for the Women’s Council of the Future Syria Party, Zozan Shamo.
  • Tacher Khadija Ali.
  • Teacher Nisreen Ibrahim.
  • Deputy of Qamishlo District Council Rihab Mohammad.
  • Co-chair of the constituency Water in the soil Helin Mohammad.
  • Member of the Future Syria Party, Janan Majdo.

The women's rights activist, Dilsha Ayo, from Qamishlo participated in the session via the "Zoom", who is one of the candidates for membership in the Syrian Constitutional Committee.

The dialogue session dealt with several axes about the work and establishment of the Syrian Constitutional Committee, the Geneva conferences and their results, the political process in Syria, and how to reach a political settlement of the situation in Syria.

The session was moderated by Dr. Abeer Hassaf, while a member of the Constitutional Committee, Dr. Dorsen Oskan.

Democratic Union Party member Jawahar Tamo, said that despite women's struggle throughout the ages, in addition to carrying out their basic tasks in raising their children, they are excluded or not actively involved in the platforms that enable them to express their voice and demand their rights.

While Helin Mohammad, touched on the issue of community cohesion that their town enjoys, as evidenced by their presence as women today in one session and discussing crucial issues that bring them together as Syrians, regardless of religion, nationality and race.

Regarding the constitution and its laws, Jamila Mahmi, called for the necessity of having laws in the constitution that protect young people and secure their requirements, so that they do not think about emigrating outside the country.

In turn, human rights defender Dilsha Ayo, spoke about the importance of drafting constitutions in countries suffering from wars, and the danger of not including Northeastern Syria in the constitutional committee.

Ayo stressed that there is no complete and balanced constitution without the participation of all parties and all the people of Syria.

Ayo pointed out that her name was put up among the members of the Constitutional Committee, and then refused her participation in the committee, because her positions do not correspond to Turkish policies.

Ayo pointed out the danger of foreign powers manipulating the fate of the Syrian people.

In turn, the member of the Constitutional Committee, Dr. Dorsen Oskan, spoke about the nine Geneva meetings, and about the lack of seriousness of all parties in order to reach a solution to the Syrian crisis.

Oskan added that constitutional issues were addressed in only one Geneva conference, while the rest of the sessions were a waste of 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:
  • Woman's right to work.
  • Equal pay for males and females.
  • Opening large and small projects that help develop society.
  • Establishment of special centers for women.
  • Formation of a ministry concerned with women's affairs.
  • Ensuring women's rights and empowering their role in leadership.
  • Achieving equality.
  • Women's right to form political parties and organizations.
  • Preserving the right of women.
  • Protecting women from all kinds of violence.
  • Health and social security.
  • Preventing discrimination in all its forms.
  • The right of a mother to pass on citizenship to her children.
  • The right of women to join the Syrian Constitutional Committee.
  • Determining a legal age for a child's marriage.
  • Establishing a law for perpetrators of honor killings.

Last Thursday, June 10, Ezdina Organization held its first dialogue session in Tirbespiyê/Al-Qahtaniya, which is the fifteenth session in North and East Syria, at the Yazidi house in the presence of young women and men from the media and civil activists.

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



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