*”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”.

Huda Sirjawi

Huda is a lawyer, she works for 4 years in her city local council as a member in its laws-office then as the head of the women's committee. Huda is not just a social activist, she is a political one…
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Merna Al-Hasan

MeRnA is a freelance video journalist working in Edlib, and she is the first woman journalist to stand in front of the camera while reporting from it. Merna also uses her social media accounts to…
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Hala Resho

Hala is the breadwinner of her family, she founded her own small business from nothing, by borrowing the price of a cow that she is now making her family's living from its products.…
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ٍRihab

Despite being displaced herself and living in a camp, Rihab didn't give up, on the contrary, she volunteered in the Civil Defence to help the civilians living in despair conditions.…
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What can women do؟

Why there is always "but" and "excluding" after the answer of "women can do anything"? And why should women be the solo responsible of the household work and raising up the kids? Can't this…
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Women Journalism

Local and international NGOs are focusing on training women on journalism and media. Do you think there is any difference between male and female journalist and the difficulties they face while…
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Nura Brimo

Nura was forced to leave her high-school in Syria and left with her family to Turkey. She studied Turkish language and graduated from biological engineering university with an honour recognition, as…
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Women Police

One of the Free Police branches in Edlib has deployed a women-only battalion, which is something new to the local communities. Here is, how it goes.…
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Maimouna Al-Ammar

Maimouna is a nonviolent activist and a co-founder of Syrian child protection network (Hurras). She is the current regional manager of Hurras offices in North Aleppo after forcibly displaced from East…
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