Civil Society of Syria and its challenges

Civil Society of Syria and its challenges

May 05 2016

I wrote the sadness of the go back ”Gaida Al Aodat”, on May 3, and at 7:46 am (at the morning, because morning means before you think of anything, that means "civil society" "one of the six priorities, this is important, is important because the reality of civil society is beginning to materialize among the interested, and strengthens his place to be part of the worries It takes part of the thinking; "It is supposed that civil society organizations have clear and well-known missions, not one of which is the role of broker and mediator with the international intelligence services and their foreign ministries and organizations break your hands and not give you wellness you have messed up the meaning of civil society and you have dropped it and maimed the roles His organizations before they were born and I published the Post so that one of the activists and interested in civil society made a comment and wondered about it I wish to clarify more I mean, how did the Syrian civil society and who just started looking at the shaping of his identity and turned into the broker? "Replied the words:" Emerging organizations its first task is to work with civil society to develop its identity, empowerment and development, not a funding broker that does not mean the development and rehabilitation of civil society, and this activist returns "Yes, what you mentioned is part of the challenges that Syrian civil society is facing, but the circular has abated... I do not know exactly who you mean by civil society or do you oppose the presence of civil society in Geneva although I consider it a great gain that civil society has taken to be a contributor in drawing up the political talks by offering to see him and in consultation with him, "and, as we first become skeptical, then the importance of review and scrutiny, for example, a friend sees On Facebook, "Adnan al-Ahmad", calls into question civil society, saying: "The structure of civil society organizations is tempting to penetrate." "I think that always in all conflict areas, one of the most important means of penetrating the security apparatus is through civil society organizations and support and relief institutions," and continues "Despite this, civil society organizations cannot be placed in the position of accused." It can be placed under constant review and monitoring and care. "And little by little we read another comment which is from Monther Alzoubi, simply commenting and saying, "Everyone is looking for Franklin's photograph," What does looking for a photo of Franklin, does the hard currency mean? Another commentator says: "All of it is politicized
In fact, Mrs. Gida's Post may be a transitory post, and he was meant to send a message, not knowing the mood of Madame at the time, but the post of this an important type, which reveals the fundamental challenges of civil society, especially the civil community is not like the political that narrows its chest of comments and from the Postat soon What he throws away and says this Facebook, as if Facebook is not important and therefore it may not matter the political public press social or followers of the general public, it matters to civil society actors all the moods of the people and keep interacting with the public to know the needs and determine for himself the course of action aware Needs. What attracts us in this post of Madame Gida is that the challenges of the Syrian civil society is, that the tempting structural expose civil society to the penetration, and then not it is necessary to review itself and to scrutinize its behavior and approach, and that the penetration takes place across the relief path that means that relief organizations are in front of dual tasks Watch the hacker and second people and their needs, the other challenge is funding and its source and purpose, and then "Politicize civil society "...
Important and not transient points and will accompany Syrian civil society, which puts us in the face of the responsibility of shaping the identity and mobility of Syrian civil society


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