Glimpse is a Syrian magazine produced by Kesh Malek Organization, aims to shed the light on the Syrian Civil Society which was revived after the Syrian revolution in 2011, showing the civil initiatives and sharing inspiring stories led by grass-roots and civil society movement inside and outside Syria. Glimpse is envisioned to be a reliable resource for readers interested in knowing more about Syria, the history, the society, and the thousands-year-old civilization.
In this issue:
Like bread like theater, why civil society should not overlook theater importance
Counting and waiting for the next attack, What does a war-workplace look like?
Children labor – Unrecognized phenomenal that finally gets a glance by civil society
Youth change-makers – the journey to change has just begun
Survival of the Ba’ath jails – enormous needs and humble support
A Country’s Identity centers, the idea will never die
The second part the Historical Glimpse in Syrian civil society, highlighting the beginning of the military domination in Syria.Glimpse-February-2020-