Home About us

About us

by Wael Moussa

The notion of establishing “Synergy” arose following the Turkish offensive into north-eastern Syria (Tell Abiad and Ras al-Ayn/Serê Kaniyê) in October 2019. In an atmosphere of cooperation and coordination, male and female Syrian activists consistently met in the months that followed Operation Peace Spring, and shared ideas and suggestions on what can be done to safeguard and protect the rights of all residents against crimes perpetrated during and after the Operation.

Discussions led the founders to unanimously agree that the first step towards that is to ensure the documentation of all perpetrated human rights violations and the preservation of evidence, documents, statements and testimonies, which would assist in accountability, compensation and revealing the truth. That would be complementary to similar efforts started by other Syrian local organizations in other Syrian regions to ultimately build a common Syrian narrative.

Synergy” aims to support local voices of different orientations and affiliations, in order to establish a platform and a space for victims, which allow them to represent themselves in calling for their rights; that was one of the most important goals which have been addressed during the founding meetings of the Organization.

 

Our vision:

To Secure justice for victims of all violations, especially those of forced displacement, by working towards equal rights for all residents to keep their property and the return of all forcibly displaced persons to their home areas.

Our Mission:

We believe in the importance of effective solidarity and coordination between the victims themselves, as individuals or in groups, for the sake of justice and equal rights.

Our values:

Syria’s diverse society, especially in the northern and northeastern regions of Syria, reflects “Synergy’s” staunch commitment to supporting peaceful coexistence between Syrians of different religious and ethnic affiliations; Kurds, Arabs, Assyrians, Armenians, Syriacs, Chechens, Circassians, and Turkmen, in line with the principles of citizenship and equal rights for all without discrimination.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More