In our first episode of season 3, we explain a little bit of what is happening in Syria, and we sit down with Amani Kanjo of Syrian Relief and Development to discuss health care for Syrians. Specifically, Amani points out issues of gender-based violence and health care workers' advocacy in the count
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In our first episode of season 3, we explain a little bit of what is happening in Syria, and we sit down with Amani Kanjo of Syrian Relief and Development to discuss health care for Syrians. Specifically, Amani points out issues of gender-based violence and health care workers' advocacy in the country and among Syrian refugees.
If you want to learn more about Syrian Relief and Development, check out their website here: https://srd.ngo/.
This season, we will be covering the ten largest displacement crises according to the UNHCR's 2019 report. The UNHCR's analysis of global trends for last year can be found here: https://www.unhcr.org/globaltrends2019/
The articles referenced in this episode can be found here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/16979186 (BBC) and here: https://www.rescue.org/article/9-things-know-about-tragedy-happening-syria (the IRC).
For the latest news on human rights violations in North Syria, check out this article from Al Jazeera: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2020/9/18/un-urges-turkey-to-investigate-possible-war-crimes-in-north-syria
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