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Financial and Material Reparations in Syria

Join us in the public online webinar on September 25th at 11:30 AM Central European Time to discuss the victims’ reparation in the context of achieving justice for victims and addressing human rights violations in Syria.

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Financial and Material Reparations in Syria
Financial and Material Reparations in Syria

Time & Location

Sep 25, 2023, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

About the event

This webinar will shed light on various aspects related to financial and material reparation mechanisms, their role in promoting justice and their connection to sustainable development. We will also discuss the vital role of civil society in designing and implementing reparation-related programs.  

Webinar Details:  

🗓 Date: September 25, 2023 

🕦 Time: 11:30 AM Central European Time 

🌍 Language: The webinar will be conducted in both Arabic and English. 


  1.  Opening Remarks: Highlighting research results on financial and material reparations. 
  2. Reparations Mechanisms: Delving into the mechanisms of reparations and their importance in achieving justice for victims after conflicts. 
  3. Vision for the Future: Exploring solutions that enhance stability and integrate reparations mechanisms with sustainable development. 
  4. Role of Civil Society: Discussing civil society involvement in the design and implementation of financial and material reparation programs and their impact on transitional justice and human rights. 
  5. Audience Input: Asking questions to the speakers and sharing more ideas on the topic. 
  6. Closing Remarks: Summarizing the key points and expressing gratitude to the participants and speakers. 


  1. Mutasem Syoufi: He is the Executive Director of The Day After (TDA), a Syrian-led organization that supports Justice and Democratic transition in Syria. Since 2011, he has supported non-violent movements and civil society activities in Syria. Between 2012 and 2013, he was active in developing a national vision for democratic transition in Syria by participating in the preparatory and drafting committee of the Cairo Conference for the Syrian Opposition and working with the leadership of the SOC. He holds an MA in International Affairs and Strategic Studies from King's College London and an MSC in Management in Construction from Kingston University London. 
  2. Ali Bakht Altamimi: An anthropologist researcher and an international expert in the field of transitional justice. He is the president of the Horizon Development Organization, a member of the National Team for diversity management strategy in Iraq, and a member of the committee for revising the official curriculum in Iraq. 
  3. Dieudonné Munyankiko: In the wake of the genocide in Rwanda, Dieudonné, whose mother is Tutsi and father from Hutu, has been engaging in reconciliation work between the two ethnic groups with his AMI organization. In “rapprochement groups,” victims and perpetrators meet in accordance with a self-developed method to process the past - laying the foundation for a shared future. 
  4. Daryous Aldarwish: Co-Founder and Programs Director at Tevin. He is a Kurdish activist and advocate for Human Rights and democracy. Holding a master's degree in political science and studied at Damascus University where he became a political activist for Kurdish rights. Alongside his political activism, Aldarwish has over a decade of experience in journalism. His work largely centers on issues such as human rights, civil liberties, and the promotion of democratic values.


Thuraya Hijazi: She is a prominent women’s rights activist and a member of the Syrian Women’s Network. She has been a long-standing activist in the Syrian Revolution, driving political and civil rights initiatives. Having received her MA in Economics, master's degree from the Arab Academy on Financial Management and master's degree in Monetary economy from Damascus University. 


This webinar is an opportunity to deepen our understanding of financial and material reparations, justice, and human rights. We encourage all those interested in these issues to attend and participate. We look forward to your participation on September 25th at 11:30 AM Central European Time. 

To register for this event and receive the access link, please visit [Registration Link].

For any inquiries, please contact us at the following email: 

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