- ActivitesHuman Rights
- March 30, 2009
- 2 minutes read
POMED Notes: Engagement and the Syrian Opposition
Hudson Institute hosted a conference today on U.S. engagement with Syria, and the afternoon session focused on Syria’s pro-democracy opposition movement. The panelists were Radwan Ziadeh, founder and director of the Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies and a visiting scholar at Harvard’s Carr Center for Human Rights, Ahed Alhendi, founder of the Syrian Youth for Justice movement, Abdul Razak Eid, cofounder of the Committees for Civil Societies in Syria who helped draft the “Damascus Declaration,” and Najib Ghadbian, Associate Professor of Political Science and Middle East Studies at the University of Arkansas.
For POMED’s notes on the event, click here.