The Interaction Development Network DIN established in 2013 as an initiative by a group of civil society activists in Syria, based on the real need for a strong civil society, as the only and guarantor way to move forward in Syria to the post-war and reform stage.
Structure: DIN is a Syrian network built around the expertise and efforts of Syrian civil activists and experts
Operation: DIN operates in the fields of human rights, media, culture, documentation, and sustainable development and directs its efforts towards the improvement of these fields.
DIN seeks to:
Change the exclusive decision-making mindset of the envisioning process that devalues the importance of civic engagement.
Emphasise the need for the citizens' participation in policymaking to guarantee human rights protection, civic engagement and civil rights, and democracy in Syria for all.
MISSION:DIN is committed to:
ADVOCACY:DIN is committed to:
- We support civil society and local communities initiatives and contributions towards enhanced social cohesion, integration and harmonized peacebuilding efforts.
- We support Active groups and individuals in the field of freedom of expression.
- We support and facilitate the foundation, mediation, negotiation, and open dialogues initiatives in the Syrian scene.