Invitation to Attend the Side event at the UN Human Rights Council’s 50th session on Syrian refugees losing their last resorts; How changes in European countries affect Syrian refugees in the region.
You are invited to attend the UN Human Rights Council’s 50th session side event titled: on Syrian refugees losing their last resorts; How changes in European countries affect Syrian refugees in the region.
The Syrian Refuges’ crises is one of the largest in the century and still all efforts to find a political solution have failed. The EU and UK recent changes in policies toward Syrian Refugees, didn’t only impact Syrians in these countries, but also the policies in the neighboring countries where the majority of Syrian refugees are located.
This event will not only address the impact of Denmark and UK Policies on Refugees in Europe, but also in other region. Moreover, it will discuss the push factors, and the necessity and the options of having a monitoring mechanism to document violations against refugees, and returnees, which guarantees the inclusion of local civil society, media groups, and affected groups themselves, and which creates a baseline for hosting countries to build their policies.
Date: Tuesday 05 July-2022. Time: 14:00 CET 15:00 IST Time.
Sahar Al Atrash; Senior Advocate for the Middle East – Refugees International
Kinan Diab; Coordinator of Voices for Displaced Syrians forum (VDSF)
Ayman Huda Munem; Syrian academic and researcher, Syrian Center for Media and Freedom of Expression (SCM).
Ralph Haddad; Head of Advocacy & Research for Basmeh & Zeitooneh.
Language: English with simultaneous translation into Arabic.
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