The Aleppo Project at the Central European University’s Shattuck Center on Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery aims to capture information about the past of the Syrian city, document life there, analyze the conflict that is destroying it, and help residents plan for the future.
We invite experts, residents, former residents or anyone with Aleppo-related experience to submit:
- Blog entries on daily life in the city.
- Academic articles and research papers in various disciplines, such as urban planning and architecture, tangible and intangible cultural heritage, civil administration, economics, development, and governance
- Policy recommendations for Aleppo now and post-conflict
- Views on city planning and management before the conflict and now
Please send contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating whether you would like your name and/or contact and professional information published. Blog entries should be around 600 words. Academic papers can be any length. Policy papers should have a one-page overview, a six-page summary and about a 25-page report. Submissions can be in Arabic, Kurdish, or any other language spoken in Syria, as well as English and French.