To enable key individuals and community based groups from Syrian civil society to undertake community capacity building in key sectors to foster an effective future transition process in post-conflict Syria.
Qualified Syrians will be enabled to become key actors in a future transition process and are willing and capable to contribute actively in the filds of transitional justice, security sector reform, urban planning and local administration. Exchanges with experts from within the EU are established.
To provide Syrian civil society actors with a tailor-made approach for supporting new and existing initiatives
through capacity building, networking, sub grants and continual mentoring to promote social
cohesion and non-violent mobilisation and to amplify moderate narratives.
Supporting the transition process towards a peaceful, democratic and inclusive Syria by empowering committed, skilled Syrian professionals - including in-country, exile and returnee citizens - to become key-actors in their field of expertise and actively contribute to the transition process in their country
The High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini spoke this morning with the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Korea, Yun Byung-se, and the Foreign Minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida, following the alleged nuclear test executed by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
La haute représentante/vice-présidente, Mme Federica Mogherini, s'est entretenue ce matin avec le ministre des affaires étrangères de la République de Corée, M. Yun Byung-se, et avec le ministre des affaires étrangères du Japon, M. Fumio Kishida, au sujet de l'essai nucléaire auquel aurait procédé la République populaire démocratique de Corée.
To build community resilience in order to contribute to the long-term transition to a peaceful and democratic Syria by developing young people’s capacity to play leadership roles in their communities, inside and outside Syria, promoting social cohesion, resilience and progress towards peaceful transition
"The project is adopting a four-pronged strategy. First, to contribute to the realization of a ‘peace dividend’ by addressing priorities identified by local population, strengthening agreement monitoring mechanisms and improving local governance. Second, to create an enabling environment in which new and more equitable local agreements can emerge. Third, to initiate a process of stabilization,
by addressing critical issues affected the quality of life of all communities, Fourth, to link these local peace-building and stabilization efforts to wider
processes of dialogue"