The SWPM stresses on the principle of transitional justice and accountability for criminals because restorative justice does not bring sustainable peace.
The Sudanese people, during the past few days, have suffered a natural disaster due to the flooding of the Nile River leaving a death toll of more than hundred people, demolished partly or completely, more than a hundred thousand homes, and threatened the lives of more than half a million people.
SWPM calls on international organizations and human rights organizations to push all efforts to facilitate the passage of those stranded.
Civilians in Al-Hasakah governorate suffer water scarcity as a result of holding the supply of water to the Alouk station, which supplies about one million civilians with water.
What counts for the SWPM is that it was among the few who managed to turn the Corona pandemic crisis into a chance for success added to its achieved successes since its founding in Paris in October 2017
Several law and humanitarian organizations expressed concerns and flagged risks regarding the health conditions of thousands of detainees held in detentions that are beyond dreadful, extremely overcrowded with deliberate medical negligence and complete absence of basic hygiene measures
A large part of Syrians has been absented from continuing the causes they believe in because of hard living conditions imposed upon them. We cannot give up now, we want to work for each other and to empower and support those who need to continue.
I dream of an institution-based country which respects all citizens, a country ruled only by law.
Despite being far away from the people protesting on the streets of Syria, I felt empowered by them.
I want to salute all Syrians, especially the women working anywhere and everywhere to contribute to the peace process.
The first meeting of the general assembly of SWPM was held in Frankfort, Germany in the period 12 – 14 January,