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Mission
Even though violence is coining the media coverage of Syria: Organised in local committees thousands of people protest daily for human rights and democracy. For their unarmed struggle against Assad-brutality they require our support.

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From Damascus underground we hear that activists feel left alone. They rally against Assad's dictatorship and are prosecuted by secret services. We aim to build a bridge of solidarity. Spread the word, tell your friends!

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After more than a year of peaceful demonstrations, Syrian activists' ressources are gone. Now they urgently need support from outside to be able to continue their uprising for democracy and human rights. Support a local committee.
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Job offer: Project Officer (around 20hrs/week)

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To strengthen our civil society projects in Syria and outreach in Germany, we are looking for a passionate and committed new member of our team to manage and coordinate projects inside Syria and to support our daily work. Adopt a Revolution (AaR) is a small Berlin-based non-governmental organisation (NGO) supporting civil society activities in Syria.... Weiterlesen >

Job offer: Project Officer (around 30hrs/week)

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To strengthen our civil society projects in Syria and outreach in Germany, we are looking for a passionate and committed new member of staff to coordinating projects inside Syria and support our daily work. Adopt a Revolution (AaR) is a small Berlin-based non-governmental organisation (NGO) supporting civil society activities in Syria. We are working with... Weiterlesen >

Palmyra: “Russia is destroying our City”

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Civil activits from Palmyra/Tadmur report about heavy attacks on their hometown. The city has been under control of IS-jihadists in the last months, now the Syrian regime’s army, with support by Russian airstrikes, progresses towards the city – and is obviously not saving humans nor acient ruins. We document their statement condeming these attacks. Russia... Weiterlesen >

The Syrian Spring Blossoming again

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The Syrian Spring Blossoming again Five years after the first demonstrations in Syria, the activists Ameenah Sawwan thinks back to the beginnings of the revolution and also sees the numerous demonstrations of the last weeks. The civil society is not dead, she concludes. Five years ago, we were told not to have high expectations or ambitions in Syria. It seems... Weiterlesen >

German Initiative for a “Right of Welcome”

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German Initiative for a "Right of Welcome" “Take in refugees – abolish all causes of flight” – this is what the German initiative Recht auf Willkommen (“Right of Welcome”) is promoting. More than 4 million people in Germany are actively supporting refugees and, that way, creating a welcoming culture of solidarity. This movement must not lose ground, but should become even stronger!... Weiterlesen >

The Razan Zaitouneh Award 2015 goes to Viyan Dakhil

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The Razan Zaitouneh Award 2015 goes to Viyan Dakhil The Member of Parliament Viyan Dakhil has been awarded with the Razan Zaitouneh Prize 2015. On Friday 18, 2015, the Fraternity Foundation for Human Rights organized a ceremony of honour for her in Berlin, Germany, which was considered as a bridge of fraternity between Syrian and Iraqi people. Adopt a Revolution attended the ceremony as the award winner... Weiterlesen >

Bremen Peace Award: Laudation and Speech of Thanks

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Bremen Peace Award: Laudation and Speech of Thanks On November 27, 2015 Adopt a Revolution has been awarded with the International Bremen Peace Award 2015 in the category “Exemplary Initiative”. The two other prize winners are the Somalian Blogger Farah Abdullahi Abdi and the Irish mediator Mary Montague. Read here the laudatory speech and our speech of thanks! In her impressing laudatory speech... Weiterlesen >