ASO Center Concludes Preparations for a Dialogue Session on Unions' Role in Local Dialogue Mechanisms
ASO - Amouda
On Saturday, ASO Center for Consultancy and Strategic Studies concluded a dialogue session on unions' role and their contribution to enhancing dialogue mechanisms between local actors in NES.
This session, that will be held on Sunday in Qamishlo/Qamishli city, complements the activities of the “Enhancing Democracy Approach in NES” project, which ASO Center is working on with the support of the NPA Organization in the governorates of Raqqa, Al-Hasakah and Deir Ezzor.
25 participants are expected to attend the session as representatives of unions and syndicates in the NES cities and towns.
The session, which is facilitated by the writer and narrator, Amer Farso, aims to acknowledge and discuss the role and contribution of unions and syndicates in promoting dialogue mechanisms and the demands of these unions and syndicates from local actors in NES.
The session includes two main axes: unions' role and their contribution to strengthening dialogue mechanisms between local political actors, and these unions' demands from local political actors.
The next session will focus on the role and contribution of tribe notables, clergymen and media personalities in the dialogue between local political actors.
Last Thursday, ASO Center organized a dialogue session on women's role and their contribution to strengthening dialogue mechanisms between local actors in NES.
ASO also convened a meeting between members of the NES NGO platform and the EU, with a view to building confidence and increasing coordination between members of the NES NGO platform and international actors in the Syrian issue.
It should be noted that this session is one of the activities of the Project for Enhancing Democracy Approach, which is implemented by ASO Center in the governorates of Raqqa, Al-Hasakah and Deir Ezzor, to build trust between academics and local actors in the NES.
A picture from the archives of the "Enhancing Participatory Democracy Approach" project