The return of refugees will carry in its folds millions of stories that should find their place within the framework of a return process characterised by its Syrian identity, its gradual stages, and its focus on the refugees themselves. Thus, preparing for, coordinating and executing the process of their return should rely on comprehensive and fair social, economic, legal and institutional strategies. Indeed, this would ensure the safe, dignified and voluntary return of all those who wish to come back to their hometowns. It would also contribute to the development of a progressive method based on consultation, aimed at rebuilding a just country, once a comprehensive peace agreement has been reached.
World Refugee Day 2020
Technical Dialogue Events
- Brussels V Conference - Supporting the Future of Syria and the Region: "What can be done to prevent a resurgence of violent extremism in Northeast Syria?"
This event will discuss the resort to violence and violent extremism in Northeast Syria based on a new study entitled “Preventing the Re-emergence of violent extremism in Northeast Syria.” This report was produced as a joint collaboration… Read More
In preparation for the Strategic Policy Alternatives Framework (SPAF) Update report, NAFS organized a consultation meeting with its network of experts with a broad spectrum of expertise, to explore the possible scenarios for the end of the conflict in… Read More
- Understanding Livelihood Solutions Under Protracted Forced Displacement: The Case of Homs’ Refugees Population in Lebanon
To learn more about this meeting, click here.