Research studies

HOW SYRIAN ACTIVISTS CONSIDER THEIR COUNTRY’S FUTURE CONSTITUTION

Objectives:
The study aims to explore the views of Syrian activists, community leaders and jurists, other influential people within the Syrian society, and people who are interested in political affairs, on the most important constitutional principles that they believe should be stipulated in the new constitution, which is currently being drafted, with the aim of presenting a clear conception for members of the Constitutional Committee on the aspirations and desires of Syrians to be taken into account during committee meetings and discussions that take place within the framework of the constitution drafting process.

Research type: Political Research

Publish date: June 2021

Publisher: INDICATORS Center

2021-06-01

The influence of Turkish Language Level on the Integration of Syrians Refugees

Publish date: April 2021

Publisher: INDICATORS Center

2021-04-26

CONSTITUTIONAL PROCESS IN THE EYES OF SYRIANS

Objectives:
This study aims to identify the views of Syrians of all sects and components about the Constitutional Committee and its work and to identify the issues that are a priority for them regarding the path of a political solution in Syria, including working on drafting a new constitution for the country and revealing the extent of their confidence in the work of the Constitutional Committee and its ability to advance the political process and to identify their restrictions about its work and method of formation.

The study also aims to identify the Syrians’ position on the three delegations of the Constitutional Committee (the delegation of the Syrian government – the delegation of the opposition – the delegation of the civil society) and to identify the most prominent means they believe that it can increase their ability to communicate their desires and aspirations to the members of the Constitutional Committee to be taken into consideration when drafting constitutional texts. The study also aims to identify the views of Syrians about some constitutional issues, such as the Arab identity of the Syrian Republic, the relationship of the state with the religion, the relationship of state authorities to each other, and women’s issues.

Research type: Political Research

Publish date: April 2021

Publisher: INDICATORS Center

2021-04-01

DIVORCED WOMEN

Objectives:
The study aims to research the situation of divorced women residing in Turkey and to determine the legal options available to them to register their marriage contracts or divorce cases at the official authorities in both Syria and Turkey, and to reveal the most important difficulties and challenges facing them on the various aspects such as social, financial and legal aspects

Research type: Divorced women

Publish date: April 2020

Publisher: INDICATORS Center

2020-04-01

Accountability to Affected Population AAP

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Guide type: Introductory guide

Publish date: August 2019

Language: Arabic

Worked on this guide:

Ghaith Albahr

Bassel Faraj

Ghais Hmedan

2019-09-03

THE INTEGRATION BETWEEN THE IDPS AND THE HC IN IDLEB CITY

The Integration between the IDPs and the HC in Idleb City

Research type: A field study

Publish date: April 2019

Publisher: INDICATORS Center

2019-08-01

PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES’ NEEDS ASSESSMENT IN GAZIANTEP

People with Disabilities’ Needs Assessment in Gaziantep

Research objectives:
Studying the conditions of people with disabilities residing in Gaziantep in order to know their living conditions and their ability to integrate into society and the opportunities available to them in terms of work, education, capacity building, and their health needs, in addition to identifying the main difficulties they face and working to direct humanitarian support to meet their requirements.

2019-07-01

SYRIANS EMPLOYMENT VIA INTERNET

Syrians Employment via Internet

Online work has become a popular choice recently, according to the studies conducted by the Freelancers Union that there are more than 55 million Americans or 35% of the American workforce working via the Internet as (Freelancers) and this number is increasing, this market has achieved a profit of about one trillion dollars a year.
Working online is a good opportunity for the Syrians to suit the nature of the spatial instability they live in. Where a person will need only an internet connection and can continue to work, in addition, to benefit from exchange teams, which earns a good income compared to the expenses of life in Syria.
Indictors Center presents the final report of its study on the employment of Syrians via the Internet, which explains the reality of this market inside Syria.

2018-04-01

DIVORCED WOMEN

Objectives:
The study aims to research the situation of divorced women residing in Turkey and to determine the legal options available to them to register their marriage contracts or divorce cases at the official authorities in both Syria and Turkey, and to reveal the most important difficulties and challenges facing them on the various aspects such as social, financial and legal aspects

Research type: Divorced women

Publish date: April 2020

Publisher: INDICATORS Center

2020-04-01

Accountability to Affected Population AAP

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Guide type: Introductory guide

Publish date: August 2019

Language: Arabic

Worked on this guide:

Ghaith Albahr

Bassel Faraj

Ghais Hmedan

2019-09-03

THE INTEGRATION BETWEEN THE IDPS AND THE HC IN IDLEB CITY

The Integration between the IDPs and the HC in Idleb City

Research type: A field study

Publish date: April 2019

Publisher: INDICATORS Center

2019-08-01

PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES’ NEEDS ASSESSMENT IN GAZIANTEP

People with Disabilities’ Needs Assessment in Gaziantep

Research objectives:
Studying the conditions of people with disabilities residing in Gaziantep in order to know their living conditions and their ability to integrate into society and the opportunities available to them in terms of work, education, capacity building, and their health needs, in addition to identifying the main difficulties they face and working to direct humanitarian support to meet their requirements.

2019-07-01

HOW SYRIAN ACTIVISTS CONSIDER THEIR COUNTRY’S FUTURE CONSTITUTION

Objectives:
The study aims to explore the views of Syrian activists, community leaders and jurists, other influential people within the Syrian society, and people who are interested in political affairs, on the most important constitutional principles that they believe should be stipulated in the new constitution, which is currently being drafted, with the aim of presenting a clear conception for members of the Constitutional Committee on the aspirations and desires of Syrians to be taken into account during committee meetings and discussions that take place within the framework of the constitution drafting process.

Research type: Political Research

Publish date: June 2021

Publisher: INDICATORS Center

2021-06-01

The influence of Turkish Language Level on the Integration of Syrians Refugees

Publish date: April 2021

Publisher: INDICATORS Center

2021-04-26

CONSTITUTIONAL PROCESS IN THE EYES OF SYRIANS

Objectives:
This study aims to identify the views of Syrians of all sects and components about the Constitutional Committee and its work and to identify the issues that are a priority for them regarding the path of a political solution in Syria, including working on drafting a new constitution for the country and revealing the extent of their confidence in the work of the Constitutional Committee and its ability to advance the political process and to identify their restrictions about its work and method of formation.

The study also aims to identify the Syrians’ position on the three delegations of the Constitutional Committee (the delegation of the Syrian government – the delegation of the opposition – the delegation of the civil society) and to identify the most prominent means they believe that it can increase their ability to communicate their desires and aspirations to the members of the Constitutional Committee to be taken into consideration when drafting constitutional texts. The study also aims to identify the views of Syrians about some constitutional issues, such as the Arab identity of the Syrian Republic, the relationship of the state with the religion, the relationship of state authorities to each other, and women’s issues.

Research type: Political Research

Publish date: April 2021

Publisher: INDICATORS Center

2021-04-01

SYRIANS EMPLOYMENT VIA INTERNET

Syrians Employment via Internet

Online work has become a popular choice recently, according to the studies conducted by the Freelancers Union that there are more than 55 million Americans or 35% of the American workforce working via the Internet as (Freelancers) and this number is increasing, this market has achieved a profit of about one trillion dollars a year.
Working online is a good opportunity for the Syrians to suit the nature of the spatial instability they live in. Where a person will need only an internet connection and can continue to work, in addition, to benefit from exchange teams, which earns a good income compared to the expenses of life in Syria.
Indictors Center presents the final report of its study on the employment of Syrians via the Internet, which explains the reality of this market inside Syria.

2018-04-01