Dawlaty and Kayani: snapshots from Syria (April 2013)

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I would like to suggest these two websites started by Syrian activists, which offer snapshots and original ideas of meaningful everyday life details from today’s Syria.

Dawlaty is an initiative started by young Syrian activists and aiming at promoting participation in the Syrian state-building process through animation films, posters, graffiti, etc. in Syrian dialect.

http://www.dawlaty.org

Kayani is an independent media project implemented by Syrian activists. It aims at contributing to the construction of a new Syrian civil society, by providing an independent platform for audio-visual media to freely express viewpoints on the current political scene.

http://www.youtube.com/user/kayaniwebtv

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