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Imprisoned By The Regime, And Ostracised By Society

07 October 2019
Human Rights Organizations say more than ten thousand women have been detained since the Syrian uprising erupted in 2011, but being released from prison does not put an end to...
How Women Are Depicted In The Syrian Curricula

22 August 2019
Lama Rajeh explores how women are portrayed in the various curricula taught across Syria today; in the regime-controlled areas, in the opposition-controlled areas and in the areas run by the...
Dispossessed And Forced To Divorce

19 July 2019
Maysa’s husband fled to Damascus When a coalition of military factions, including  Al-Nusra front, controlled Idlib in 2015. Before the uprising, he worked for the Syrian army. When Al-Nusra seized the city,...
Solitary Cell 22

17 May 2019
Alice Al-Shami writes about Huda, a woman who was leading her simple life in Damascus and content with the regime’s narrative portraying the protest movement as terrorists’ sabotage and riots,...
Weekly Media Digest (19 April)

19 April 2019
SyriaUntold brings you a new edition of our digest. We want to share with you the features, investigative pieces and long-form essays that we read and thought would interest you.
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