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Death in prison of the journalist Bilal Ahmed Bilal

Free syrian voices is deeply saddened by the death of the journalist and television director Bilal Ahmed Bilal. He was arrested by Air Force Intelligence on 13 September 2013 at a checkpoint at the entrance of Moadamiyeh, on the outskirts of Damascus, and then transferred to Sadnaya prison. According to some sources, he would have died […]

Release of the peaceful political activist Amal Jamil Nasr

Free syrian voices is relieved to be informed of the release of Amal Jamil Nasr, head of a coalition of political groups, the Women’s National Coordination Office for Democratic Change. She was arrested on 2 March 2014 by plain-clothes security force personnel while driving her car in the capital, Damascus, and taken to a Military […]

Our call to free activists, media and humanitarian workers arbitrarily detained for their work, has reached 2 million social media users on 17 April 2014!

The thunderclap was a great success! Thank you for your mobilisation. On 17 April, anniversary date of Syria’s independence, the thunderclap message -Free activists, media and humanitarian workers arbitrarily detained for their work-, has reached 2 million social media users. Thanks to all those who participated in this initiative by sending a clear statement of […]

Side event: Monday 17 @2PM, room XXV

FIDH, EMHRN, HRW, RSF, Front Line Defenders organize a side event for the release of the campaign Free Syria’s Silenced Voices at the occasion of the 25th session of the UN Human Rights Council, on 17 March 2014 at 2 p.m.