Webinar: Voices from the SCC – The Fifth Round from Geneva (Part 1)
Voices from the Syrian Constitutional Committee (Civil Society)
As part of the project „Power Sharing for a United Syria“, the European Center for Kurdish Studies is pleased to invite you to the webinar „Voices from the Syrian Constitutional Committee”. We want to facilitate the political process in Geneva and aim to build bridges between various members of the opposition and representatives of civil society. Moreover, we support them in developing mutual positions regarding power-sharing, minority rights and women’s rights.
Starting on January 25, 2021, the Syrian Constitutional Committee will hold its fifth negotiation session. In the last round in December 2020, the main discussion topics were the question of Syrian identity and the right of refugees to return to Syria.
What will be discussed in the next round? What do you think should be discussed?
We are pleased to invite you to our webinar to discuss these issues with members of the Constitutional Committee of the Middle Third:
Dr. Samira Mobaied is an anthropologist at the University of Paris and a member of the “Large Body” of the Middle Third of the Syrian Constitutional Committee.
Mazen Gharibah is a researcher at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in the area of international development (section conflict and civil society) and a member of the “Small Body” of the Middle Third of the Syrian Constitutional Committee.
The discussion will be moderated by the journalist Nasrin Trabulsi.
We invite you to participate in our webinar to share your suggestions and ideas for the next meeting of the Constitutional Committee!
When? January 21, 2021, 2 pm (Berlin time)
Where? Zoom link to the webinar: https://zoom.us/j/95725824132?pwd=OG5uMlR6UjFra1JnSEhEQXgyQ3RhUT09
After the event, its recording can be found Here
Dr. Samira MobaiedMember of the Syrian Constitutional Committee (Large-body, Civil Society)
Samira Moubayed is an anthropologist at the University of Paris, and she previously worked in research and teaching at the University of Damascus. As a scholar, she publishes research reports on political and social developments in Syria. She is the Vice President on the board of directors of the Syrian Christians for Peace Organization. Dr. Samira Moubayed is a founding member of the Al-Nahda Syrian Women’s Association, as well as a member of the Syrians Caucus, Nawaat, the Damascus National Charter, and the Syria Federal Declaration. Samira Moubayed is a member of the Syrian Constitutional Committee from the Middle Third (Civil Society).
Mazen GharibahMember of the Syrian Constitutional Committee (Small-body, Civil Society)
Mazen Gharibah is a researcher at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in the area of international development (section conflict and civil society). He concentrates on the role of government in conflicts, local governance and the understanding of legitimacy in Syria. Before he taught at the University of Brno and University of Palacky in the Czech Republic and he worked as a political advisor for Adam Smith International and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).