Donations will be split equally between non-violent Syrian activist organisation NoPhotoZone, who work to keep alive the voices of 100,000 Syrians who have been forcibly disappeared, and the filmmakers behind this film.
All donations from this event will be split equally between the Syria-based charity NoPhotoZone and the filmmakers who made this documentary about their struggles possible. You can book a ticket to watch Ayouni via Bertha DocHouse's website.
NoPhotoZone is a charity group of Syrian non-violent activists. They work to increase awareness of the forced disappearance of 100,000 Syrians, and help keep alive the voice of those people.
They work to promote legal and human rights awareness on issues of enforced disappearance and detention, and they provide direct consultation to the families of detainees and enforced disappearances, regardless of which body has arrested or hidden them.
Noura, one of the protagonists of this documentary, helped establish NoPhotoZone in honor of the memory of the Syrian-Palestinian activist and programmer Bassel Khartabil Safadi, who was arrested by the Military Security in March 2012. He was executed by the Military Field Court in October 2015.
Bassel was the person who first came up with the idea of the organization, and he chose the name of it before his death. The charity's establishment relied in major ways on efforts that have been made, which resulted in the “FREEBASSEL” campaign.
The charity acknowledges that they cannot bring back those who have gone, but there are still others who deserve hard work to save them. You can stand with NoPhotoZone wherever you are, by hearing Syrians' stories, supporting the families of the detainees and the disappeared, and raising awareness where you are.
NoPhotoZone faithfully maintains its solidarity with the families of the detainees and the enforceable disappeared, and they believe that the means of assistance is by raising voices of support from people around the world.
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