Ever since the start of the Turkish invasion on the 20th of January, which ended with the capture of Afrin city on the 18th March and left hundreds of children, women and men dead, around 150 000 civilians fled the enclave, while, according to the reports provided by the UN, around 143 000 inhabitants still remain in the area.
Reportback about a demonstration in solidarity with Afrin in Ljubljana, Slovenia on March 21.
Interview with Sara [full identity known to the author], a Spanish member of the autonomous, women’s branch of the Internationalist Commune of Rojava, who visited Afrin a couple of days ago.
This month marked the official beginning of the campaign launched by the Internationalist Commune of Rojava under the name ‘Make Rojava Green Again’, which aims to pinpoint the current ecological issues present in Rojava as an aftermath of the civil war in Syria. ‘Make Rojava Green Again’ thus seeks to utilize practical work to contribute to the environmental preservation, as well as it adds to the manifestation of the ideological framework of the Rojava revolution in all aspects of daily life.