The duration, intensity and scope of the conflict in the Syrian Arab Republic has had a detrimental impact on the country’s institutions and governance structures. Polarization has widened and institutional capacities have been weakened.
The National Agenda for the Future of Syria (NAFS) is facilitating several inclusive technical dialogues, driven by Syrian experts, to collectively address State-society relations. These interventions support an inclusive vision for the future role of civil society in the post-conflict Syrian Arab Republic. Substantive interventions are coupled with knowledge-based support on various frameworks of governing systems and aim to activate sustainable development tools at the local level.