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Episode 1: Personal and political experiences of women’s meaningful political participation in Syria

Marking 10 years since the Syrian revolution, during which feminist activists were always at the forefront of resistance, we are pleased to have four remarkable Syrian feminists as the guests of our first episode. They share an exciting and inspirational discussion on women’s meaningful participation before and after the uprisings of 2011:


Sabah Alhallak – Researcher on women’s issues and member of the Constitutional Committee

Mariam Jalabi – Syrian feminist activist and politician

Sabiha Khalil – Feminist and political activist

Oula Ramadan – Founder and CEO of Badael Foundation


The episode is hosted by Rola Asad, founding partner and executive director of the Syrian Female Journalists Network (SFJN)

About the series:


This production comes in line with WILPF’s commitment to ensure the availability of Arabic feminist knowledge and to communicate feminist ideas and goals to a wide spectrum of Arabic-speakers. 


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