"Ezdina" holds meeting with Yazidi refugees at Serekaniye camp in Al-Hasakah

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Read: 585     15:30     28 Июль 2022    

The Ezdina Foundation dedicated its third dialogue session at the Sere Kaniye camp in Al-Hasakah to the topic “The challenges faced by displaced persons in relation to employment opportunities”.

The dialogue was moderated by civil activist Jeannard Seydoux. During the session, several topics related to employment opportunities available to refugees and displaced persons, the reasons for the lack of these opportunities, as well as the proposals of the participants of the meeting on providing employment opportunities and self-support in refugee camps were considered.

Khalil Moro, a migrant from Sere Kaniye/Ras al Ain and a resident of the Sere Kaniye camp, stated that employment opportunities in the camp are very minimal.

Khadija Slo, an IDP from Sere Kaniye/Ras al Ain, who lives in this camp, believes that the organizations operating in the camp do not provide displaced persons with what they need.

Also, camp residents report that there are scientific specialists in the camp, including engineers, teachers and university graduates, but organizations do not hire Yazidi refugees and settlers and this is discrimination against the Yazidi minority.

The coordinator of the session discussed with the participants the problems faced by displaced persons in their access to employment opportunities and livelihoods in the camps, the role of interested authorities and humanitarian organizations in meeting the needs of displaced persons with regard to employment opportunities in camps and administrative premises provided to displaced persons to attract them to work and activate projects to ensure livelihood in the camps.

It should be clarified that the Ezdina Foundation has launched a new project in the north and east of Syria called "Olive Flower" since May last year and for a period of five months. The project aims to promote a culture of brotherhood and respect for religious and national pluralism, countering hate speech and extremism, eliminating negative stereotypes that accompanied some religious and national components, as well as strengthening the potential of the Yezidi minority and youth, emphasizing the importance of defending the interests of children who survived the war in Syria.





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"Ezdina" holds meeting with Yazidi refugees at Serekaniye camp in Al-Hasakah

2022/07/3445-1658992421.jpg
Read: 586     15:30     28 Июль 2022    

The Ezdina Foundation dedicated its third dialogue session at the Sere Kaniye camp in Al-Hasakah to the topic “The challenges faced by displaced persons in relation to employment opportunities”.

The dialogue was moderated by civil activist Jeannard Seydoux. During the session, several topics related to employment opportunities available to refugees and displaced persons, the reasons for the lack of these opportunities, as well as the proposals of the participants of the meeting on providing employment opportunities and self-support in refugee camps were considered.

Khalil Moro, a migrant from Sere Kaniye/Ras al Ain and a resident of the Sere Kaniye camp, stated that employment opportunities in the camp are very minimal.

Khadija Slo, an IDP from Sere Kaniye/Ras al Ain, who lives in this camp, believes that the organizations operating in the camp do not provide displaced persons with what they need.

Also, camp residents report that there are scientific specialists in the camp, including engineers, teachers and university graduates, but organizations do not hire Yazidi refugees and settlers and this is discrimination against the Yazidi minority.

The coordinator of the session discussed with the participants the problems faced by displaced persons in their access to employment opportunities and livelihoods in the camps, the role of interested authorities and humanitarian organizations in meeting the needs of displaced persons with regard to employment opportunities in camps and administrative premises provided to displaced persons to attract them to work and activate projects to ensure livelihood in the camps.

It should be clarified that the Ezdina Foundation has launched a new project in the north and east of Syria called "Olive Flower" since May last year and for a period of five months. The project aims to promote a culture of brotherhood and respect for religious and national pluralism, countering hate speech and extremism, eliminating negative stereotypes that accompanied some religious and national components, as well as strengthening the potential of the Yezidi minority and youth, emphasizing the importance of defending the interests of children who survived the war in Syria.





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #aboutyazidis   #humanrights