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SETF in PA & Princeton

Our SETF team has been busy sharing the story of the Syrian people and spotlighting the ongoing atrocities and humanitarian crisis. We reached people young and old, and hope to move these communities to action. 

Princeton University

The Real Reason for Refugees

Omar Alshogre (top), survivor of Syrian prison, Mouaz Moustafa (bottom left), SETF Executive Director, and Ambassador Stephen Rapp (bottom right), former United States War Crimes ambassador speaking at Princeton. We examined detention in Syria, current prosecutions efforts, the escalating violence in Idlib, and the crisis in Rukban.

Princeton Day School

 

Omar, Anna, and Mouaz discuss the Syrian revolution and current state on the ground with a room full of engaged high schoolers.

 

Omar, with the help of a few volunteers, shows how he slept, ate, and lived in a tiny square during his three years in prison. 

Letters of Hope

The Princeton Day School, led by Lila Pechter, collected Letters of Hope to send to those affected by the war in Syria.

Write your own letter  

Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church

With youth, ages 5-18, and the wider church congregation, we spread awareness and created understanding of the ongoing crisis in Syria. 

If you are interested in hosting an event with the Syrian Emergency Task Force or getting involved, please visit our website and email us with any questions!
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