Comoros and the EU
The event falls under the thematic priority of fight against impunity, as well as the protection and promotion of Syrian human rights defenders advancing basic freedom and human dignity in the country.
The goal of this side event will be to initiate discussions on innovative and sustainable ways vulnerable migrants and host communities can be empowered and supported through their own livelihoods in a dignified and humane manner.
During this year’s Brussels Conference on Supporting the future of Syria and the Region, Humanity & Inclusion will organise a panel discussion on 10 years of conflict and how it led to Syria having the highest recorded prevalence of disability in conflict worldwide.
The event will put the spotlight on the status of children's rights in Syria ten years after the beginning of the conflict.
The event will feature a Zoom conversation with family members of political prisoners taken by the Syrian Regime and Daesh.
For the second year in a row, Search for Common Ground will use film to bring Syrian perspectives to the discussions of the conference.
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This webinar will address the progress and needs in responding to the COVID19 pandemic in Syria including how best to support the COVID 19 vaccine roll-out in 2021.
To date, tens of thousands Syrians have been detained by the Syrian regime and other parties to the conflict.
The event will explore the costs of the conflict and associated consequences (both immediate and longer-term) for children and communities.
The event will convene a group of humanitarian actors including donors, UN and International and national NGOs to cover the topics for the UNSC Resolution 2533 importance and renewal and the current funding gaps in Northwest Syria.
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