Hurras is a Syrian-based human rights organisation. It works in cooperation with partners and volunteers to deliver psychological, social and educational initiatives to children. On top of this, the organisation aims to build young Syrians’ awareness of their rights, and provide them with confidence to feel empowered and to protect themselves.
Hurras was created by a group of Syrians in Darya (near Damascus) back in 2012, and has since benefited around 16,000 children. It also produces and distributes its Tayara Warak magazine and advocates international standards for children’s rights throughout Syria.
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Kites Not Shells
Hurras has developed a magazine to help children cope during times of shelling, bombing and violence. They are crowdfunding so that they can print unlimited copies of the magazine and change the lives of thousands more Syrian children. #KitesNotShells
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Kites not shells
Syria’s ‘lost generation’ of children is growing up knowing only war. Help us to reach and teach them by giving them the tools to cope with all they've seen, letting them feel the lost joy of play and allowing them to hope again.
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