'The War Show' Screening with Q+A: Through observational and at times humorous footage of everyday life, 'The War Show' exposes what it is like to be a creative, ambitious young woman living amidst one of the most destructive conflicts of our time.
Broken Borders, Queens of Syria: In Amman, Jordan theatre director Omar Abu Saada and acting coach Nanda Mohammad decide to stage Euripides’ Greek tragedy 'The Trojan Women' with an all female cast of Syrian refugees.
My Journey To The Shattered Heart of Syria, Insight With Samar Yazbek: In the Summer of 2012, Syrian journalist and novelist Samar Yazbek squeezed through a gap in the fence on the Turkish border and found herself back in her homeland.
We Stand #WithSyria London Vigil: Syria is the worst humanitarian crisis of our time and March 2014 marks the third anniversary of the crisis and three years of failure by the international community to end the suffering. On 13 March, 2014 you can stand in solidarity and make this the last anniversary marked with bloodshed.
Hope And Peace Fundraiser: A fundraising event with Middle Eastern entertainment for the children of Syria, Iraq, Palestine and Egypt. Confirmed performers include: Tarik Saeed, Hanan Hjaaj, Hagag Kenway and Sami Alhussami. Tickets are £20 per person and all money raised will be shared between four charities; Inter Pal, The Noor Trust, Hand in Hand for Syria and Face for Children in Need. Taking place 2 March, 2014 at The Mia Lounge, 100 Avenue Road, London NW3 3HF.
ISIS And The Battle for Syria: Panel discussion at the Frontline Club on 19 February, 2014, looking at the uprising in Syria and its complications. With foreign fighters streaming in to join al-Qaeda-affiliated groups, such as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS), the conflict has entered a new phase. As fighting between the Syrian opposition and al-Qaeda-affiliated groups intensifies, panel offers a picture
Syria: Changing Media Coverage? At the Frontline Club on 19 November, 2013. A panel of journalists, editors and safety experts will discuss the challenges to journalism that have arisen from the Syria conflict. To date, a number of journalists have lost their lives in reporting from the conflict zone, some have been kidnapped and others are still missing.