We are pleased to announce the launch of the fourth episode of #political_is_personal podcast entitled: “The Crisis of Statelessness in the Syrian Context — My nationality is a right for me and my children”
In this new episode, our guests discuss the issue of statelessness in Syria, which has been witnessing a remarkable increase in the number of unregistered and stateless children of Syrian mothers, as well as a great diversity of cases and reasons. The guests engage in a discussion about the root causes of the crisis (legally and socially), its implications on women and children; as well as the role of civil society organisations, and some recommendations to combat this growing phenomenon.
We invite you to listen to the podcast and share it on social media using the hashtags:
#political_is_personal #السياسي_شخصي #WILPF_Podcast جنسيتي_حق_لي_ولأطفالي#
“Political Is Personal” is a dialogue from and to the MENA region, where we discuss personal, social, and political issues within the framework of achieving sustainable feminist peace.
This Arabic-language podcast series features feminist experts and activists from the region, who shed light on sensitive and urgent issues from a gender-sensitive perspective, such as life under occupation, online violence against women, the statelessness crisis, and more.
Each episode will take you on a journey of stories, facts, and shocking realities, where you will learn more about the challenges and achievements of women in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as the amazing work that feminists and feminist organisations are doing in the region.
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