THIRD EPISODE of the five-part online event series „Syria – The war on Europe’s doorstep“, Start: 17:30h / 5.30 pm
More than half of the Syrian population was forced to flee their home. Half a Million died and around 13 Million Syrians – approx. two-third of the people how stayed in the country – are dependent on humanitarian aid. Therefore, many describe the Syrian war as one of the worst humanitarian crises of the 21st century. The situation of the thousands of prisoners and the civilians holding out in Idlib province, is in particular, devastating: • What can be done to prevent further suffering? Start: 17:30h / 5.30 pm (MESZ)
Third episode of the five-part online event series „Syria – The war on Europe’s doorstep“.
The event takes place via Zoom. After registration you will receive further information and an access link one day before the event.
Jomana Qaddour, Head of Syria portfolio and Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, Washington D.C.
Nadim Houry, Executive Director of the Arab Reform Initiative and former Head of Human Rights Watch’s Terrorism/Counter Terrorism Program, Paris (confirmed)
Moderation/Presentation: Thomas Müller-Färber