In June 2021, RTC - Denmark held an international conference on the conditions in the Syrian detention camps and the dangers of letting thousands of children grow up in captivity. Several of the world's foremost experts in the field presented their assessments of the situation. Journalist Morten Frich moderated the discussion.
More talks from the conference can be found on RTC's Youtube channel.
Senior Associate Fellow at Egmont - Royal Institute for International Relations in Brussels.
About the moral, judicial, and political dilemmas that governments all around the world face by keeping children in captivity in detention camps
BEATRICE ERIKSSON OG PATRICIO GALVEZ
The founders of Repatriate the Children - Sweden.
About Patricio's fight to bring seven orphaned children home from the al-Hol detention camp and why they afterward decided to found RTC - Sweden.
Chief of Staff in the Crime Prevention Unit and former leading criminologist in the Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET).
About Denmark's experience with deradicalizing returned foreign fighters.
Former American diplomat, ambassador, political adviser, and author.
About finding a solution for the many foreign women and children stuck in northeast Syria.
Father and grandfather to an Australian woman and three children who until October 2022 were detained in the al-Hol and al-Roj detention camps.
About his battle over many years to bring his daughter and grandchildren home from Syria.
Clinical psychologist at DIGNITY - Danish Institute against torture.
About helping the children and their families after they have been repatriated so they can rejoin society again.