#3 The reality of education for young men and women in Syria. With Massa Mufti
The podcast “Syria: Alternative Dialogues” resumes its episodes with the researcher and activist Massa Al-Mufti on the reality of education for young men and women in Syria. Which was covered by the research “Besieged Hope”, which was produced by the Syrian Center for Policy Research in cooperation with the British Council and Hamzat Wasel Organization. The Mufti analyzed the gaps that the educational system suffers from in the context of the armed conflict in the absence of what is called pedagogy and its abbreviation as emergency education. participatory, innovative and gender-sensitive research methodology, It also analyzes the challenges faced by the researchers and the ethics adhered to by the research. Massa Al-Mufti concludes by mentioning the alternatives and options that can be built upon, and stressing the importance of the role of the teacher. and the opportunities offered by virtual and digital education, Especially through her personal experience with the Sonbola Association for Refugee Education in Lebanon.
Massa Al-Mufti: a political and feminist activist. Researcher and activist specializing in the field of education. Founder and President of the Sonbola Association, which deals with refugee education in Lebanon, and currently works as an education specialist at Plan International.
Rabie Nasser : Economist, researcher and co-founder of the Syrian Center for Policy Research
Link to “Hope Under Siege” in Arabic: https://www.scpr-syria.org/download/hope-under-siege-arabic/
Link to “Hope Under Siege” in English: https://www.scpr-syria.org/download/hope-under-siege-english/