*”Liberated T”, is a Syrian advocacy campaign that aims to change the negative gender stenotypes imposed mainly by our society on women, it focuses on theSyrian women’s stories, battles, and experiences. It will also expose the gender based violations they face on their daily lives. *In standard Arabic language the femininity letter T added to the verb to make it feminine is named “The Quiet T”. Our campaign uses the same femininity T but we are changing its name into liberated T, instead of “quiet”.

Jawhara The Peddler

Jawhara is displaced from Dier Ezzor to Raqqa where she works as a peddler selling homemade sweets and corn. Her community is not used to see women doing such a job, but she says "There is no shame in…
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Batool Al Ahmad

Batool is from Dier Ezzor, she works as a carpenter in wood shop which is an unusual work for woman to do in her community. She wishes to open her own woodshop, to be the first woman doing so! Listen…
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Khitam Jani

Khitam is from Jisr Al Shougour in Idlib, she studied sculpture and photography in Latakia Art School, and works as a coordinator in a local cultural center. Khitam's paintings have been in many…
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Breadwinners

Paid-by-day jobs seems to be men exclusive in the Syrian cities while in the suburb, women working on this basis are acceptable socially and their work is common especially in the farms.…
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Afaf Al Rasheed

Afaf graduated from law school and was working as a judge in Syria, when she displaced to Turkey, she dedicated her time to help the other Syrians living there in the legal challenges they face,…
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Hanadi Woopi

Hanadi is a pharmacist and a mother of six, when she was forced to leave syria to Turkey, she decided to learn Turkish to be able to study & manage her own pharmacy. And as her house was far…
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