The Syrian Network for Human Rights is an independent human rights organization that investigates and documents all violations committed by all parties involved in the Syrian conflict since 2011 and registered in the United Kingdom under the Number: 9600562.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights was founded in June 2011 after an initiative from Mr. Fadel Abdul Ghani, who is currently the Chairman of the organization. The network aims to defend the human rights of the Syrian people; it also includes dozens of researchers and human rights activists stationed in Syria and in other neighboring countries.
The Syrian Network for Human for Human Rights is committed to all standards and international conventions of Human Rights issued by the United Nations.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights documents violations committed by all conflict parties against the Syrian people. SNHR aims to ensure that victims’ rights are not exploited and perpetrators are held accountable for their crimes. Also, SNHR aspires to ensure stability in the Syrian community by commemorating the most notable massacres and the most late and prominent human rights activists in the fields of medicine, media, law, and relief aids; since documentation is not only essential to guarantee rights, but also to achieve justice.