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A Need for Change to Protect Syrian Children
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A Need for Change to Protect Syrian Children
Syria's civil conflict has raged for centuries, causing suffering and human rights abuses,
with no end in sight. I believe that now is the most significant and most appropriate time for the
international community to emphasize the requisite for a paradigm shift to improve Syrian
children's protection. The international community should support the measure since it focuses on
safeguarding Syria's children and women from violence and harassment due to the ongoing
conflict. An effective International law that protects the human rights of children and women, as
well as asylum safety, in my opinion, is required to safeguard children and women stuck in the
middle of the Syrian conflict (Kizilkaya, 2020).
Reasons for the Needed Change
There is a dire need for change for Syria since the condition of children throughout the
country and worldwide has been severely impacted by decades of humanitarian catastrophe and
wars. Each Syrian youngster has been affected by the widespread physical destruction, which has
resulted in bloodshed, relocation, destroyed familial relationships, and inaccessibility to essential
services. Northern Syria's condition is incredibly worrying. Thousands of children remain
homeless in the northwest, with several households fleeing conflict numerous times in seeking
asylum, perhaps as many as eight times (United Nations, 2020).
Unfortunately, the financial downturn and a frightening surge in food shortages are
wreaking havoc on most households, with several struggling to buy food and approximately half
a million young people severely malnourished. The pandemic has only exacerbated the situation.
Consistent with the United Nations, Syria's civil conflict has resulted in an enormous refugee influx
following Second World War, with four million people compelled to abandon the country.
Furthermore, as with any battle involving people, youngsters are the first to suffer. Additionally,

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1 A Need for Change to Protect Syrian Children Name of student Institution affiliation Name of professor Course code Date 2 A Need for Change to Protect Syrian Children Syria's civil conflict has raged for centuries, causing suffering and human rights abuses, with no end in sight. I believe that now is the most significant and most appropriate time for the international community to emphasize the requisite for a paradigm shift to improve Syrian children's protection. The international community should support the measure since it focuses on safeguarding Syria's children and women from violence and harassment due to the ongoing conflict. An effective International law that protects the human rights of children and women, as well as asylum safety, in my opinion, is required to safeguard children and women stuck in the middle of the Syrian conflict (Kizilkaya, 2020). Reasons for the Needed Change There is a dire need for change for Syria since the condition of children throughout the country and worldwide has been severely impacted by decades of humanitarian catastrophe and wars. Each Syrian youngster has been affected by the widespread physical destruction, which has resulted in bloodshed, relocation, destroyed familial relationships, and inaccessibility to essential services. Northern Syria's condition is incredibly worrying. Thousands of children remain homeless in the northwest, with several households fleeing conflict numerous times in seeking asylum, perhaps as many as ...
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