by Fight for Humanity and ALIPH foundation
In this video, Alexandra Fiebig, Project Manager at the ALIPH Foundation and Anki Sjöberg, Co-Director at Fight for Humanity give concrete examples of projects protecting cultural heritage sites and artefacts in Syria including in Raqqa and in the North East part of the country. They also analyse how vital it is to preserve and promote this heritage, not only for its historical values but also for its unifying power. By promoting the common heritage of different communities living in a same region, these protection projects contribute to peace-building efforts and a better social cohesion.
Alexandra Fiebig, Project Manager at the ALIPH Foundation
Anki Sjöberg, Co-Director at Fight for Humanity