The Syrian Democratic Council

A dialogue session that brings together the Office of Relations and civil society organizations in Raqqa

The Relations Office of the Syrian Democratic Council organized a dialogue session on the proposals for resolving the Syrian crisis and the vision of SDC on the proposed solution paths, in the presence of representatives of civil society organizations and a number of independent activists in Raqqa.
The dialogue session was administered by a member of the Public Relations Office of SDC, “Khalil Al-Khamis,” and the administrative of the women’s office “Thubya Al-Nasir”.
Khalil Al-Khamis introduced at the start of the session a brief summary about the Syrian Democratic Council, its structure, political parties, blocs and the personalities affiliated with it.
Al-Khamis stressed that the Syrian Democratic Council seeks to unify the democratic opposition forces and strengthen the home front by communication with all Syrian opposition forces inside and outside the country.
He added that the project of SDC supports a peaceful political solution, unlike other parties that obstruct the solution, such as the Syrian regime and the opposition, who represent the interests of their supporters.
In turn, Thubya Al-Nasir spoke about the role of women in the Autonomous Administration and their participation for resolving the Syrian crisis and establishing a new, democratic, pluralistic, decentralized Syria.
Thubya Al-Nasir pointed out that the establishment of the Autonomous Administration coincided with the increase in women’s activity, and that the Autonomous Administration realized the importance of women’s participation in development and improvement of the community.
Participants in the session made proposals in which they considered them necessary to be followed in order the matters are performed correctly, and they called for launching common initiatives between each of SDC and civil society organizations to hold volunteer activities.
They also criticized the methods of managing some sectors in the region, especially in the field of education, municipality work and employment, and submitted their suggestions to the Autonomous Administration in order to develop and improve the level of its performance.