in crises we see Solutions.our specilaty is Change. our teams on the ground Know What to Do. we advise Decision–Makers.  our domain is the Middle East. judge our work by the Results.not technocracy but Expertise. first and foremost, we bring Ethics.
analysis of change.
Real time dynamics.
close–range observations.
practical advice for decision–makeing.
our domain is the Middle East.
social and institutional rebuilding.
ideas for successful transition.
organization and leadership for change.

Governance Program: Training for Building the Capacity of the Local Councils in Syria, 2014-15 This project aims to help build the local councils in Syria and improve their performance according to the internationally acknowledged standards of good governance that is based on transparency, accountability, and efficiency. This will involve holding a workshop to design the training material based on previous publication by our center, and also a trial run of training sessions that will use the developed material.
Policy Program: Concept Note for a Syrian-Syrian Dialogue, Juin 2018 The Syrian crisis can be understoood today as the interlocking of three systems: 1) the war system and economy, 2) the Syrian state and ruling elite, 3) and the international order and its intervention in the crisis. Through the analysis of the identified systems and their problematic interactions, we developed a new approach to resolving the Syrian crisis. This new approach is based on an agreement between two Syrian sides; namely, the regime and other Syrian actors (businesses, civil society organizations, the Syrian expatriates, the Syrian refugees, and identity-based groups), not represented by the so-called Syrian opposition. This Syrian-Syrian agreement is built on two main foundations: 1) new tools and concepts, and 2) new assumptions and principles.
Studies Program: The Sectarian Dimension in the Syrian Conflict, February, 2015 The first phase of the study have targeted the opposition to the current Syrian regime, whether making part of the armed rebellion or opposing it and whether Sunni Muslim or belonging to other religions and denominations. The second phase of the study specifically targets the part of the opposition that identifies or could identify itself as Sunni Muslim. The objective of the current phase is to detect the sectarian dimension within the part of the political and military opposition that identifies itself, its ideas, and its actions in religious and sectarian terms.
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Syrian-Syrian Dialogue - Meeting 2 June, 2018 | Oslo, Norway
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