Lama Rageh

Lama Rageh holds a BA in Journalism and Media from Damascus University, and an MA in Media from Beirut Arab University. She works as a freelancer for several outlets, in addition to being a human rights activist with a particular interest in gender issues.

Mending what has been broken

12 February 2021
“I often tried to talk to my husband to figure out why he absolutely resented me. After repeated rejections, he told me honestly, ‘I can longer come near you. I...
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...
How Hard Is It to Be a University Student in Rebel-Held Syria?

16 October 2017
Ramia did not rejoice when universities were inaugurated, because she would not put effort into obtaining a degree only to have this effort gone down the drain, with no official...

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