Monthly Seminars

The Role of Religion in the Syrian Scene

Rethink Rebuild Society invited Dr. Ahmed Khairi Alomari on the 10th of December 2017 to speak to a Syrian audience over Skype on the topic of the role of religion in the Syrian scene. Those attending from the Syrian diaspora constructively engaged with Dr.


Lessons from the Syrian Revolution

Rethink Rebuild Society hosted an open dialogue session on the 18th of November among members of the Syrian community in RR centre, with the session's theme focusing on lessons learned from the Syrian revolution - whether on a personal, familial, social, or national level.


Hate Crime Awareness Seminar

We hosted a seminar on hate crime awareness in our multi-facility room on 7 October. This seminar had input from three different speakers: David Willetts from Greater Manchester Police, Fakhrul from Tell Mama, and Shazia Awan from Manchester City Council.


Monthly Seminar on Syrian Identity

Syrian identity

We held our monthly seminar on Sunday 01 Oct 2017 in which we discussed the open question: Are we still Syrians?
The open-platform discussion took place in our multi-facility room. No speakers were present and the floor was open to everyone to express their opinions.
Questions asked included:
- What do I mean when I say I am Syrian?


Seminar: Change of the Employment of Energy Resources and its Implications

We held a seminar on Sunday 9th July about the change of the employment of energy resources in the global economy and its implications in the Arab world. Dr. Firas Miro spoke about the great change in the employment of energy resources in the West over the past two decades and how this has affected the political and economic situation in the Middle East.