Artistic works and games after school
Besides our peacebuilding and our educational work, providing regular classes to more than 300 Syrians and Lebanese, we have started to complement school with some recreational activities for those of them living in harsh conditions in the informal camps at the Lebanese/Syrian border. In the end of November, just before the start of snow and rain, Kevin from New York joined us to offer a special art workshop to refugee kids, joined by an exiled Syrian artist. For more than a week, our school children were invited to draw and paint their dreams for the future. We also started to resume the cross-country games of this summer, giving the youth the chance to forget for a few hours the daily hardship of the camps.
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Project Peace Centre 2017
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Welcome to R&R
You are on the homepage of Relief & Reconciliation for Syria AISBL, an international non-profit organisation under Belgian law that is combining peacebuilding with humanitarian aid for those affected by the Syrian crisis. We are uniting different communities around a common cause: the future of the youth. We opened our first Peace Centre and a refugee camp school in the North of Lebanon, only 12 km from the Syrian border. Read more on the following pages about who we are and what we do.