The Aleppo Project in the Media

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INTERNATIONAL MEDIA

      “The Aleppo Project, A Specialised Study to Rebuild the Oldest City In History”

       Source: Amal, Berlin!

       April, 24, 2017

“Kan Aleppo leren van hoe Rotterdam weer opkrabbelde?“(Can Aleppo learn from the rebuilding of Rotterdam?) 
Source: NOS
7 January 2017

Vi skal genopbygge Aleppo hurtigst muligt” (We need to rebuild Aleppo as soon as possible) by Nina Branner
Source: Information
29 December 2016

Syrian refugee students rebuild from Beirut” by Sean Coughlan
Source: BBC
4 May 2016

“Aleppo soll wieder stehen” (Aleppo will stand again) by
 Von Iris Mostegel
Source: Mittelbayerische
26 March 2016

“Higher Education for Syria” by John Shattuck and Robert Templer
Source: Project Syndicate
29 February 2016

“Ein Traumgegen den Alptraum” (A dream against nightmare) by Von Iris Mostegel
Source: Wiener Zeitung
16 February 2016

“Heilende Effekte im Souk” (Healing effect in the Souq)
source: General Anzeiger
16 February 2016

“Die anderen zerstören, wir bauen wieder auf” (Others destroy, we build) by Von Iris Mostegel
Source: Qantara
11 February 2016

“Aleppo wartet auf die Stunde null” (Aleppo waiting for the zero hour) by Von Iris Mostegel
Source: RP Online
9 February 2016

“Arbeiten an einer menschlichen Zukunft für Syrien” (On Human Future of Syria)
Source: Wiener Zeitung
4 February 2016

“Aleppon sielussa asuu muinaishistoria” (Aleppo Home to Ancient History)
Source: Aikalainen
28 January 2016

“The Aleppo Project: Imaging Reconstruction Amid War”
Source: Middle East Eye
15 December 2015

Picked up by:
Syria Deeply

“Na de oorlog zal Aleppo weer schitterend zijn” (After the war Aleppo will be wonderful again)
Source: Trouw
23 November 2015

“The Aleppo Project: Looking Beyond Conflict”
Source: The Arab Weekly
6 November 2015

“Rebuilding Syria for the Future”
Source: Middle East Monitor
6 November 2015

“These Syrians are Saving The Historical Memory of Their Beloved City of Aleppo”
Source: UN Dispatch
5 November 2015

“Aleppo Project at Central European University”
Source: Diplomacy and Trade
27 October 2015

“Project is launched on the rebuilding of destroyed city of Aleppo”
Source: Euronews
27 October 2015

Picked up by:
MSN Germany
MSN Italy
Yahoo Canada
Live Leak
Daily Me

“Rebuilding a Pluralist Syria Key to Encouraging Returns”
Source: Euronews
15 October 2015

“Pekáreň je zničená, mešity sú zničené, ale náš dom stojí
Source: SME.sk
  (a leading Slovakian daily)
2 October 2015

“Sýrčan: Vo vojne v Sýrii ide o moc, nie o náboženstvo”
Source: SME.sk  
(a leading Slovakian daily)
2 October 2015

HUNGARIAN MEDIA

October 8 – Fellows at CEU’s Shattuck Center on Conflict Negotiation and Recovery Comment on Intensified Bombing of Aleppo

Hungarian daily Nepszabadsag interviewed AlHakam Shaar and Armenak Tokmajyan, fellows at CEU’s Shattuck Center on Conflict Negotiation and Recovery at the School of Public Policy on the current and historical demographic make up of Aleppo and Assad’s strategy in targeting the city hosting 53,000 besieged families.

Due to copyright regulations, the article is available in the daily (10.8.2016. p. 25. Aszad nyeresre all (Melleklet – Hetvege)) print

May 4 – BBC Article Highlights CEU’s Aleppo Project

http://index.hu/kulfold/2016/05/04/budapesten_szulethet_ujja_aleppo/

Hungarian news portal index.hu reports: In an article about Syrian refugee students, BBC education correspondent Sean Coughlan also reported on CEU’s Aleppo Project. For the article, see http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36164060

Tokmaiyan Provides Insight into the Syrian Conflict (4 February)
Hungarian daily Nepszabadsag reports: Holbrooke Fellow Armenak Tokmaiyan at CEU’s Aleppo Project at the Center for Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery at the School of Public Policy gave expert commentary on the different groups fighting in Syria in an article about the international conference on aid for Syria in London.
Due to copyright regulations the article is available in the daily (2.5.2016. pp.1,7. Melyen a zsebukbe nyulnak) print

Aleppo Project Fellow Shaar on Roles Played by Foreign Powers in Syria (9 January 2016)
Hungarian news portal nol.hu reports: Holbrooke Fellow AlHakam Shaar from CEU’s Aleppo Project at the Center for Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery (CCNR) at the School of Public Policy (SPP) gave expert commentary on the roles foreign powers play in the war in Syria.
Nol.hu
The article was also published in Nepszabadsag (1.9.2015. p.8, “Ez hatalmi, nem vallási harc”) print

Aleppo Project Fellow AlHakam Shaar Interviewed by Orient Press Radio (24 November 2015)
Hungarian online radio orientpress.hu interviewed AlHakam Shaar, research fellow at The Aleppo Project at CEU’s Center for Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery (CCNR) at the School of Public Policy, about the Aleppo Project and the situation in Syria. A song composed by Gabor Berko for the people of Aleppo, and performed by a group of well-known international musicians led by internationally known Arabic percussionist Adam Hosman, award-winning musicians Anastasia Razvalyaeva (harp player, Liszt Academy), Tijana Stankovic (singer/violinist, Argo Band), Albert Markos (cellist/composer, Argo Band), and Zsuzsanna Toth (flutist, master’s student at Conservatiore de Strasbourg) was also broadcast for the first time on radio.
orientpress.hu

Aleppo Project Launched its Website with a Musical Performance for the People of Aleppo (19 October 2015)
Hungarian news portal Fidelio.hu reports: In the midst of the devastating conflict in Syria that has claimed the lives of several hundred thousand people and displaced millions of Syrians, fellows at CEU’s Center for Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery (CCNR) at the School of Public Policy (SPP) are virtually rebuilding the country’s largest city, Aleppo. To kick off the official launch of The Aleppo Project‘s website, a group of well-known international musicians performed music composed by Gabor Berko for the people of Aleppo, led by internationally known Arabic percussionist Adam Hosman, award-winning musicians Anastasia Razvalyaeva (harp player, Liszt Academy), Tijana Stankovic (singer/violinist, Argo Band), Albert Markos (cellist/composer, Argo Band), and Zsuzsanna Toth (flutist, master’s student at Conservatiore de Strasbourg). The performance was recorded for a music video.
Fidelio.hu
Index.hu
Magyar Nemzet (10.22.2015. p.9. Zenemu Aleppo ujjaepiteseert) print

“Aleppo Project Fellows Interviewed by Leading Hungarian Daily” (10 October)
Hungarian news portal nol.hu interviewed AlHakam Shaar and Armenak Tokmajyan, research fellows at The Aleppo Project, and Robert Templer, professor of practice and director of CEU’s Center for Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery (CCNR) at CEU’s School of Public Policy, about the Aleppo Project and the situation in Syria.
Nol.hu
Nepszabadsag (10.10.2015. p.28. A tuszul ejtett orszag (Melleklet – Hetvege)) print

“The Refugee Crisis from a Syrian Perspective” (8 October 2015)
Hungarian news portal nol.hu reports: The Center for Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery (CCNR) at CEU’s School of Public Policy held a panel discussion entitled ‘The Refugee Crisis from a Syrian Perspective’ on October 7. The panelists, three Syrian professors from CEU and one asylum-seeker in Hungary, talked about their experience and discussed what Syrians want to see as a response to the ever-worsening humanitarian crisis in their country.
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origo.hu
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Nepszabadsag (10.9.2015. p.3. Eletveszelyesen vezetnek a csempeszek) print
Magyar Nemzet (10.9.2015. p.1, 15. Dzsihadista veszteségek) print

Syrian Fellow Tokmajyan on the War in Syria and the Aleppo (16 September 2015)
Hungarian daily Nepszabadsag interviewed Armenak Tokmaiyan, research fellow at CEU’s Center for Conflict Negotiation and Recovery (CCNR) at the School of Public Policy (SPP) about his views on the war in Syria, and his work in The Aleppo Project). print
Nol.hu

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