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Airstrikes on Radio Fresh and the Union of Revolutionary Bureaus

Airstrikes on Radio Fresh and the Union of Revolutionary Bureaus

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Syrian Archive is a Syrian led project that aims to preserve, enhance and memorialise documentation of human rights violations and other crimes committed by all parties to conflict in Syria for use in advocacy, justice and accountability.

How we do it

collect

5,024 Sources

preserve

3,578,591 Videos

process

650,000 Video Analysed

verify

8,249 Videos

Investigate

2,069 Incidents
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Who we are

Mnemonic

Syrian Archive is a project of Mnemonic , a non-profit organisation dedicated to archiving disappearing digital material

Projects

We have reinstated 350,357 videos to social media platforms through our Lost and Found campaign

Our project (Re-)Humanization of the Syrian digital memory aims to investigate the “meaning(s)" of, what is today called, the "Syrian Digital Memory”

Archives

We create archives, investigate and memorialise the data we have collected, build tools, train others and work with platforms to reduce the impact of their harmful policies. Visit Sudanese Archive, Yemeni Archive

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We would love to hear from you, whether you are interested in working with us, hearing more about our work or donating to our project.

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The Syrian Archive is fully independent and accepts no money from governments directly involved in the Syrian conflict. We are seeking individual donations to carry out our work. Please consider supporting our work through our Patreon page.

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