ways to help
For six years the Syrian people have been under the grip of a violent dictator who to this day, continues to target and drop bombs on civilian entities including schools, medical facilities, and residential neighborhoods. While the news of devastation in Syria can make us feel helpless, there are many things you can do to avoid being a bystander to this #neveragain moment in our history.
- Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest Wisdom House updates.
- Be a leader in your community for Syria and The Wisdom House and introduce this project to your community. You can show them the videos from our media page and be a part of the story of Americans taking care of a hidden school for orphans in Syria.
- Join our campaign "Letters of Hope for Syria" that lets you and your community directly engage with the people of Syria and let them know they are not forgotten. Our team delivers the letters of hope to internally displaced Syrians.
- Invite us to speak to your community about our humanitarian initiatives for Syria
-Host an event to fundraise, educate, or write Letters of Hope for Syria
-Screen important documentaries on Syria. We recommend "Cries From Syria," "The White Helmets,""Red Lines," or Syria's Disappeared"
-If you want to know more about how our mother organization (The Syrian Emergency Task Force) is working with Congress for the protection of civilians, you can ask your representatives to support these "Asks from Congress"
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Media Resources and Recommended Screening Materials
2014 Spark Media Documentary featuring SETF executive director and Wisdom House Manager, Mouaz Moustafa.
Learn more about screening "Red Lines" and how to watch the film at redlinesfilm.com
Watch the trailer here:
An Afshar Films documentary following the legal work that SETF is involved in, released in 2017.
Syria's Disappeared: The Case Against Assad
Learn more about screening "Syria's Disappeared" at www.syriasdisappeared.com
National Geographic documentary debuted 6/11/2017
Hell On Earth: The Fall of Syria and the Rise of ISIS
The full episode is available online at nationalgeographic.com, but you must have a TV provider's information.
UNHCR, The UN Refugee Agency, releases the interactive and educational website,
where you can see 360 degree views of Damascus, lessons on Syria's history, and striking photos of important places in Syria before and after the conflict began in 2011.
Amnesty International creates interactive website that lets you explore Saydnaya, a notorious and terrifying prison in Syria, using forensic architecture to re-create the reality of this place where few have survived to tell its story.