UN-led Mediation in Syria and Civil Society; Inclusion in a Multi-layered Conflict

  • Citation: Sara Hellmueller and Marie-Joelle Zahar, “UN-led mediation in Syria and civil society; Inclusion in a multi-layered conflict,” in Andy Carl, editor, Navigating Inclusion in Peace Processes, Accord, March 2019.
    • Topics:
    • Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding
    • Keywords:
    • Middle East and North Africa
    • Syria
    • United Nations
    • Civil Society Support Room (CSSR)
    • conflict
    • mediation

The war in Syria is one of the biggest humanitarian challenges of our times. It has claimed 500,000 lives, forced more than 5.6 million people to flee their country, and displaced 6.8 million people internally. The complexity of the conflict is reflected in the multiplicity of efforts to bring it to a negotiated end.

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