Syrbanism at the Shattuck Center, Central European University
Syrbansim presented its new video at the Lemkin Reunion, 5th Annual Meeting that took place at the Shattuck Center, School of Public Policy SPP, Central European University CEU in Budapest. Under the title 'Marota City: Is this the type of reconstruction Syrians need?' Syrbanism explains comprehensively the concept, the process and the consequences of Marota City in Damascus; and questions its ability to be a socially just project.
The meeting aimed under the theme of Reconstruction in Syria to answer questions such as What will reconstruction under the current conditions serve? Under what conditions can reconstruction in Syria be equitable?
Each year the Shattuck Center hosts the Lemkin Reunion, a gathering named in honor of Raphael Lemkin, the Polish lawyer who lost his family in the Holocaust and first coined the word genocide. He campaigned tirelessly during his life to ensure that the crime of genocide was codified as an international crime. The LemkinReunion gathers policymakers involved in responding to atrocity crimes and assesses the lessons they learned.
Linke to the event