Picture – Sirin Nasan


Nominated by Syrian Network for Human Rights

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Sirin grew up in an artistic family interested in folkloric arts, especially the Kurdish artistic heritage, and a creative community. She developed her artistic talent and now uses it for and with children. Her motivation is to draw the world’s attention to children in war and conflict areas and to demand their rights and help them in all fields and various creative activities. Sirin joined a local band and performed many songs that support children and call for freedom and peace. She also held many art exhibitions with the participation of other children to express their aspirations and convey their reality. She also sings and draws with children because music and art help improving the psychological state of children, especially in times of war. Thus, she finds it important to carry out many supportive and targeted creative activities for children in conflict areas.