I’m  “N. H” from Eastern Ghouta and a resident of Ayn Tarma

I’m  “N. H” from Eastern Ghouta and a resident of Ayn Tarma. I am currently living outside Syria and working on following my studies. Before 2010, my daily routine was just school and home. At the beginning of the Syrian revolution and the shelling on my town, I was forced to evacuate to Jobar. As […]

I’m  M.H from Ghouta, Damascus, and I worked as a journalist

I’m  M.H from Ghouta, Damascus, and I worked as a journalist. I was a victim of chemical weapons attack in Ghouta on August 21, 2013. On August 20, the day was relatively calm, as we were accustomed to periodic shelling by the Syrian regime forces, either with artillery or airstrikes. However, that day was different. […]

Statement from the Association of Victims of Chemical Weapons

This path has been the result of Syrian national efforts in collaboration with the Syrian Center for Media and Freedom of Expression, along with partner organizations. It brought together the courage and will of survivors and witnesses along with expertise in documentation and human rights, taking advantage of the principle of judicial jurisdiction outside the region concerning war crimes and crimes against humanity in the French judicial system.