On 3 June, Syrians in Manchester Gorton, Manchester Withington, and Stretford and Urmston participated in a ‘Day of Action’ to get involved with their local election candidates. They visited their local candidates in their offices, asked them to sign up to the pledges in the Syria Manifesto, and volunteered with their candidates’ campaigns.
Manchester Syrians will be participating in a ‘Day of Action’ on Saturday 3 June to get involved with their local election candidates. They will be visiting their local candidates in their offices, asking them to sign up to the pledges in the Syria Manifesto, and volunteering with their candidates’ campaigns.
Asmaa's father has been imprisoned by the Assad regime since 2011. Her family has no information about him, not even whether he is alive or dead.
As one of the world’s most powerful countries, the UK can do more to help protect civilians in Syria. At this critical time, please let your election candidates know that Syria is an important issue to you.
Dr. Ahmad Khaled, a British-Syrian doctor, gave an interview on BBC Radio 5 Live on his experience in responding to the horrific Manchester attack this week. Dr. Khaled noted that it was his duty as a human, as a British Syrian, and as a medical doctor to do what he could to alleviate pain and suffering.