The Syrian Opposition Coalition’s (SOC) Committee of Civil Society Organizations presented its work report to the General Assembly during its 59th regular session.
The report highlighted the meetings that the Committee held with various Syrian civil society organizations. These meetings focused on discussing ways to strengthen cooperation in the areas of health, education and social care with the aim of finding solutions to alleviate the suffering experienced by Syrian civilians in the liberated areas and host countries.
The report covered the work of the Committee of Civil Society Organizations, especially holding a training course for volunteer organizations and teams in Azaz in rural Aleppo on the Humanitarian Charter and the minimum standards in the field of humanitarian response, known as the Sphere approach. The courses aim to improve skills and raise awareness of the various workers and activists in northern Syria and the continuation of cooperation with civil society organizations.
The Committee put forth a set of recommendations that focused on holding training courses concerned with empowering women, facilitating the movement of volunteer teams in the liberated areas, studying the possibility of opening a specialized academic branch to teach theatrical arts, and studying the possibility of opening a syndicate for artists.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)