Enar (Noor) moved to live in Eastern Ghouta when the uprising started in 2011, as the Syrian regime started arresting civilians and raiding homes. In 2014, she was forcibly displaced from Ghouta to Idlib. Together with her sister, Elaa (Alaa), she witnessed attacks with chemical weapons. Enar has documented together with her sister their daily lives in Syria, including the bombing of their own house. Enar and Elaa have also recorded interviews with other children documenting their lives in Eastern Ghouta. Many well-known news agencies reports on the Ghouta situation focused on tweets from Enar and she was interviewed by the media several times. Since she moved to Turkey, Enar has been travelling back to Syria to document the situation in the refugees’ camps.
Nominated By Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR)All 2020 Children’s Peace Prize Nominees