The Syrian Network for Human Rights
(No Justice without Accountability)
The Syrian Network for Human Rights is an independent, non-partisan, non-governmental, non-profit organization, founded in June 2011, documents violations committed by all conflict parties against the Syrian people,registered in the United Kingdom.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights was founded in June 2011 after an initiative from Mr. Fadel Abdul Ghani, who is currently the Chairman of the organization. The network aims to defend the human rights of the Syrian people; it also includes dozens of researchers and human rights activists stationed in Syria and in other neighboring countries.
The Syrian Network for Human for Human Rights is committed to all standards and international conventions of Human Rights issued by the United Nations.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights documents violations committed by all conflict parties against the Syrian people. SNHR aims to ensure that victims’ rights are not exploited and perpetrators are held accountable for their crimes. Also, SNHR aspires to ensure stability in the Syrian community by commemorating the most notable massacres and the most late and prominent human rights activists in the fields of medicine, media, law, and relief aids; since documentation is not only essential to guarantee rights, but also to achieve justice.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights desires to enrich and spread the culture and mindset of human rights in the Syrian community through documenting all the atrocities and publishing different documentation reports. SNHR attends to the needs of the Syrian youth by conducting workshops for human rights activists. Also, SNHR wishes that Syrians would enjoy their full legal and constitutional rights.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights depends, in achieving its goals, on publishing different kinds of documentation reports using different media platforms, seminars, meetings, and through participating in Council of Human Rights of the United Nations. SNHR communicates with various media and decisions- makers and focuses on collaborating with different humanitarian, civil Syrian and international Human Rights organizations, especially the High Commissioner of Human Rights and their special rapporteurs.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights issues reports concerning the most notable daily violations, eight statistical monthly reports, yearly reports on global human rights occasions, and a comprehensive yearly report for all the violations that occurred in Syria. SNHR also issues significant studies and documentaries on a regular basis in order to contribute to raising awareness in the Syrian community.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights hopes that Syria would become a modern and sovereign state with an active and vibrant civil society where all people have equal rights and obligations, where they are free to decide what they want, thus achieving democracy, justice, peace, and security.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights is considered one of the most distinguished and prominent sources of information and references for all the analytical and statistical studies issued by the United Nations. Also, SNHR reports are highly credible for a number of Arab and International human rights organizations.