This project answers attempts to answer the main question about what Syrians want in this confusing and ongoing conflict.
The Syrian Dialogue project is an initiative by a group of Syrians from inside and outside Syria that aims to provide a platform for sharing and debating the views of “the silent majority” in Syria
Most of the politically active Syrians speak or act on behalf of two extreme sides of the Syrian crisis, driven by their emotional systems where fear, ambitions or anger determine personal or collective group choices and actions. The center, on the other hand, is generally more flexible, prudent, realistic and pragmatic. It is also, we believe, probably the largest segment of the Syrian people. Therefore it is crucial that this group of Syrians is empowered with a platform to help it participate in the shaping of the narrative of the crisis and in helping present moderate proposals for ending the complex crisis.
In phase one of the project, we follow a complex methodology to try to answer a basic, yet unanswered, question:
What’s on the minds of the Syrian people? What are their worries? What are their aspirations? and what are their priorities?
via Syrian Dialogue.