Petition: Stop the Slaughter in Aleppo

As the carnage in Aleppo has reached unimaginable proportions, with a group of fellow academics and a great bunch of dedicated students, we launched a petition. We ask our governments to take action and not stand by silently as these grave crimes continue.
Our “Aleppo Appeal” is online at and the full text and list of signatories is below.

Stop the Slaughter in Aleppo

During recent days the city of Aleppo has witnessed an unprecedented carnage. The Syrian government together with the Russian Air Force has implemented a campaign of intense, continuous and indiscriminate aerial bombardment, spreading death and despair among the 250,000 inhabitants of the besieged neighborhoods of Aleppo.

Attacks on the civilian population are deliberate and include the destruction of hospitals, schools, markets, homes, water facilities, humanitarian supplies and aid workers. Incendiary bombs have set neighborhoods on fire, while so-called “bunker-buster” bombs have even destroyed the underground shelters where people sought safety. The Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon has stated that the current situation in Aleppo is “worse than a slaughterhouse”.

The violence in Aleppo forms a low point in the Syrian crisis, which has caused human suffering on a massive scale over the past five years. An estimated 400,000 Syrians have died as a result of the violence and more than 10 million have been displaced. What started as a peaceful uprising in 2011 has turned into an unimaginably bloody war that has drawn in regional players. With the involvement of superpowers on opposite sides of the conflict, the country has effectively become a chess board on which the world’s most powerful states pursue their geopolitical interests, while the world’s most vulnerable civilians are subjected to the cruelest possible violence every day.

The aerial campaign will now be reinforced by a ground offensive during which the Syrian Armed Forces will be supported by foreign militia and the Russian Armed Forces. This campaign is likely to lead to a mass slaughter of civilians during the upcoming weeks and months.

The brutal nature of the violence and the scale of human suffering necessitate immediate action by the international community. While all sides of the conflict contribute to the violence, the ongoing Syrian-Russian assault on Aleppo stands out in its brutality and preventability. Therefore, pressure on the Russian government must be increased until it withdraws its military support for the criminal campaign and enables unimpeded access to humanitarian aid.

Thus far, world leaders have been unable to formulate an effective strategy to end the violence. We call upon all members of the international community to live up to their responsibility to end the civilian suffering in Aleppo and take the following steps:

Immediate acknowledgement of the gravity of the crimes

Attacks on the civilian population include the deliberate targeting of hospitals, schools, humanitarian equipment, aid workers and water facilities. Lacking military necessity, these attacks on civilian targets constitute a widespread and systematic campaign of violence that forms part of a sectarian agenda pursued by the Syrian government. As such, civilian suffering cannot be discarded as ‘collateral damage’ but must be acknowledged as stemming from a deliberate campaign that constitutes a crime against humanity, as has been confirmed by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, human rights organizations and academic experts.

Immediate sanctions against governments aiding and abetting the crimes

While European and U.S. governments have invested political and military resources in their campaign against ISIS, the Syrian government is the prime perpetrator of international crimes on the Syrian territory. U.S. and EU policies must be aligned with this reality and international pressure must be increased on states that provide direct support to the Syrian government’s criminal campaign. Most importantly, the Russian government must be pressured to retreat its military support to the Syrian government’s assault on its own population. The failure, thus far, of world leaders to develop diplomatic solutions under the current conditions warrants the introduction of economic sanctions as a means of forcing change. While a range of economic sanctions against Russia have been in place since the Ukrainian crisis of 2014, we call for sanctions to be specifically targeted at individuals and entities that are implicated in the crimes committed against Syrian civilians.

Immediate prosecution of individuals responsible for the atrocities

The gravest of crimes are being committed by all sides of the conflict and throughout the Syrian territory. Delivering justice to the Syrian people cannot wait until a comprehensive political solution is reached. Individuals responsible for committing war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide in Syria must be brought to account. The complexity and the scale of the crimes necessitate a long-term commitment of the international community to bringing justice to Syrian victims. This can be achieved through the establishment of an international criminal tribunal for Syria with a mandate to prosecute individuals on all sides of the conflict.

Acknowledging the gravity of the crimes, sanctioning governments that assist in their perpetration and holding individual offenders to account are crucial steps to protect the people of Aleppo and all other Syrians affected by the violence.


Signed :

  1. Drs. Paul Aarts, University of Amsterdam
  2. Dr. Donya Alinejad, Utrecht University
  3. Dr. Saskia Baas, University of Amsterdam
  4. Prof. dr. Rens Bod, University of Amsterdam
  5. Dr. Farid Boussaid, University of Amsterdam
  6. Dr. Martijn Dekker, University of Amsterdam
  7. Dr. Erella Grassiani, University of Amsterdam
  8. Prof. dr. Josef Früchtl, University of Amsterdam
  9. Prof. dr. Marlies Glasius, University of Amsterdam
  10. Dr. Marieke de Hoon, VU University Amsterdam
  11. Drs. Peyman Jafari, University of Amsterdam
  12. Prof. dr. David Keen, London School of Economics and Political Science
  13. Dr. Michiel Leezenberg, University of Amsterdam
  14. Prof. dr. Rianne Letschert, University of Maastricht
  15. Prof. dr. Sandra Ponzanesi, Utrecht University
  16. Prof. Jan Pronk, Institute for Social Studies, the Hague
  17. Prof. dr. Göran Sluiter, University of Amsterdam
  18. Prof. dr. Wouter Veraart, VU University Amsterdam
  19. Dr. Frederiek de Vlaming, University of Amsterdam
  20. Prof. dr. Richard Wilson, University of Connecticut
  21. Dr. Robbert Woltering, University of Amsterdam
  22. Prof. dr. Liesbeth Zegveld, University of Amsterdam
  23. Prof. dr. Harmen van der Wilt, University of Amsterdam
  24. Prof. dr. Paolo Pezzino, University of Pisa
  25. Prof. Barbara M. Oomen, Utrecht University
  26. Prof. Ward Ferdinandusse, Groningen University
  27. Prof. Francesco Benigno, University of Teramo Italy
  28. Prof. Nina Witoszek, Oslo University
  29. Dr. Ziad Majed, The American University of Paris
  30. Dr Chiara De Cesari, University of Amsterdam
  31. Dr. Ulrike Popp-Baier, University of Amsterdam
  32. Prof. dr. Henk A. van der Liet, University of Amsterdam
  33. Prof. dr. Patricia Pisters, University of Amsterdam
  34. Prof. dr. Eddo Evink, Groningen University
  35. Prof. dr. Yolande Jansen, University of Amsterdam and Free University of Amsterdam
  36. Dr. Laura Mann, London School of Economics and Political Science
  37. Dr. Robin Celikates, University of Amsterdam
  38. Dr. Jochen Boehler, Friedrich Schiller University Jena
  39. Dr. Anna-Maria Brandstetter, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
  40. Dr. Rudi Künzel, University of Amsterdam
  41. Dr. Berber Bevernage, Ghent University
  42. Asst. prof. Brigitte Le Normand, University of British Columbia Okanagan
  43. Prof. dr. Hugo van der Velden, University of Amsterdam
  44. Dr. Pien Versteegh, Avans School of Applied Sciences
  45. Prof. Meindert Fennema, University of Amsterdam
  46. Dr. Ana Miškovska Kajevska, University of Amsterdam
  47. Prof. Martin van Bruinessen, Utrecht University
  48. Prof. dr. Antonius Robben, Utrecht University
  49. Dr. Khalid Khayati, Linköping University Sweden
  50. Asst. prof. Steen Nepper Larsen, University of Aarhus
  51. Dr. Koen Leurs, Utrecht University
  52. Prof. Steve Marquardt, South Dakota State University
  53. Prof. Isobel Grundy, University of Alberta Canada
  54. Prof. dr. Antoine Buyse, Utrecht University
  55. Dr. Anjana Singh, University of Groningen
  56. Dr. Rachel Spronk, University of Amsterdam
  57. Prof. dr. Stephan Parmentier, University of Leuven
  58. Phd researcher Monique Anderson, University of Leuven
  59. Dr. Anna Gannon, University of Cambridge
  60. Dr. Johannes G van der Tak, University of Amsterdam
  61. Dr. Domitilla Olivieri, Utrecht university
  62. Asst. prof. Dr. Kristine Krause, University of Amsterdam
  63. Dr. Alexander Dhoest, University of Antwerp
  64. Dr. mr. Irena Rosenthal, University of Amsterdam
  65. Drs. Lucy Hall, University of Amsterdam
  66. Asst. prof. Dr. Eva Midden, Utrecht University
  67. Prof. dr. Jan Michiel Otto, Leiden University
  68. Dr. Mina Rauschenbach, University of Leuven
  69. Prof. dr. Adriaan Bedner, Van Vollenhoven Institute, Leiden Law School, Leiden University
  70. Prof. dr. René Boomkens, University of Amsterdam
  71. Dr. Nazand Begikhani, University of Bristol
  72. Dr. Joanna Bocheńska, Jagiellonian University Poland
  73. Dr. Stuart Gordon, London School of Economics and Political Science
  74. Prof. dr. Peter Romijn, University of Amsterdam and Nederlands Instituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie
  75. Dr. Polly Pallister-Wilkins, University of Amsterdam
  76. Prof. dr. Lars Rensmann, University of Groningen
  77. Dr. Esther A.J. Miedema, University of Amsterdam
  78. Prof. Mesut Yegen, Istanbul Sehir University
  79. Dr. Beste Isleyen, University of Amsterdam
  80. Prof. Michelle Pace, Roskilde University Denmark
  81. Dr. El Baroudi Ziad, History Contemporary in Free University of Brussels
  82. Prof.. Antoon De Baets, University of Groningen
  83. Dr. Veerle Vanden Daelen, Deputy General Director, Curator and Head Collections & Research, Mechelen, Belgium
  84. Dr. F.R. Prinsen, Open University of the Netherlands
  85. Dr. Marjorie D Jobson, National Director, Khulumani Support Group, National Victim Support Organisation for Survivors of Apartheid Gross Human Rights Violations and Post-Apartheid Brutality and VIolations, South Africa
  86. Dr. Nazand Begikhani, Senior Research Fellow, University of Bristol, UK
  87. Dr. Paul Mepschen, Anthropology, Leiden University, the Netherlands
  88. Dr. Delf Rothe, Postdoc Fellow, Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy Hamburg, Germany
  89. Dr. Rogier van Reekum, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  90. Dr. Somy Kim, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts
  91. Drs. Janneke Prins, Lecturer Zuyd Hogeschool, Sittard, Netherlands
  92. Dr. Hassan Krayem, Lecturer in politics, PSPA Department, American university of Beirut, Lebanon
  93. Dr. René Gabriëls, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
  94. Dr. Philip Gerrit Kreyenbroek, Professor Emeritus, Georg-August University Goettingen, Germany
  95. MD, MPH, Harvey M. Weinstein, Senior Research Fellow, Human Rights Center, Clinical Professor (Ret.), School of Public Health, Berkeley Law, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.
  96. Drs. A.L.A. (Guus) Rameckers, Senior Lecturer,  HAN University of Applied Sciences, Academy of Communication and Information Technology, Arnhem, Netherlands
  97. Dr. ir. Tom Bakker Schut, Erasmus Medical Center
  98. Dr. Sjoerd de Ridder, The University of Edinburgh
  99. Ass. Prof. Karin Groothuis-Oudshoorn, University of Twente
  100. Drs. Suzanne Luger, University of Amsterdam
  101. Ass. Prof. Maurice Koster, University of Amsterdam
  102. Prof. dr. Joep Tejink, Maastricht University
  103. Prof. dr. Paul A.M. Van Lange, VU University Amsterdam
  104. Dr. Vivienne Matthies-Boon, University of Amsterdam
  105. Prof. Nina Witoszek, Oslo University
  106. Dr. Giuseppe Acconcia, Bocconi University
  107. Dr. Jaap Bos, Utrecht University
  108. Dr. Ammar Maleki, Tilburg University
  109. Prof. dr. Jeanne de Bruijn, VU University Amsterdam
  110. Dr. Jiri Schimer, Goergia Institute of Technology
  111. Dr. Fouad M. Fouad . American University of Beirut
  112. Dr. Maria Pavlova, University of Washington
  113. Dr. Jan Teurlings, University of Amsterdam
  114. Dr. Gerard H. Kuper, University of Groningen
  115. Prof. dr. Kees Ribbens, NIOD Amsterdam and Erasmus University Rotterdam
  116. Prof. dr. Najib George Awad, Hartford Seminary, Connecticut, USA
  117. Ass. prof. Claire Weeda, Leiden University
  118. Ass. prof. Cornelis Weemstra, Delft University
  119. Dr. Suliman M. K. Ibrahim, Leiden University
  120. Dr. Marije Michel, Lancaster University
  121. Dr. Sharri Plonski, University of London
  122. Prof. Dr. B.M.J. van Klink, VU University Amsterdam
  123. Prof. Mona Baker, University of Manchester
  124. Dr. Sanne Boessenkool, University of Oslo
  125. Prof. Glenn Bowman, Socio-Historical Anthropology, University of Kent, Canterbury, U.K.
  126. Dr. Marco de Waard, Amsterdam University College
  127. Dr. Ubaldus de Vries, Utrecht University
  128. Dr. Tania Buchmann, Lawyer, Munich, Germany
  129. Dr. D. van Zanten, VUmc
  130. Ass. Prof. Dr. Rhoda Woets, Utrecht University College
  131. Dr. Aisling O’Sullivan, School of Law, Politics and Sociology, University of Sussex
  132. Drs. Esma Moukhtar, Willem de Kooning Academy Rotterdam and poetry center Perdu Amsterdam
  133. Drs. G.H.M.M. Beumer MA, Directeur Kleio-Historia
  134. Prof. Su Friedrich, Princeton University
  135. Prof. Dr. Michael Kemper, University of Amsterdam
  136. Ass. Prof. Erik van Ree, East European Studies, University of Amsterdam
  137. Ass. Prof. Dr. S. Rajagopalan, East European Studies, University of Amsterdam
  138. Dr. M.A.E. van Montfrans-van Oers, University of Amsterdam
  139. Ass. Prof. dr. P.W. Zuidhof, Department of European Studies, University of Amsterdam
  140. Prof. dr. Michael Wintle, University of Amsterdam
  141. Drs. Paul Teule, Lecturer Political Economy, University of Amsterdam
  142. Dr. Regina van den Eijnden, Child and Adolescent Studies, University of Utrecht
  143. Dr. Nienke F. Boesveldt, Utrecht University
  144. Ass. Prof. Dr. Artemy M. Kalinovsky, East European Studies, University of Amsterdam
  145. Ass. Prof Ana Chupeska, Institute for Political and Legal-Political Science, UKIM, Macedonia
  146. Mr. Christophe Busch, General Director Kazerne Dossin: Memorial, Museum and Documentation Centre on Holocaust and Human Rights, Belgium
  147. Prof. Dermot Groome, Professor of Law, Dickinson Law, The Pennsylvania State University
  148. Dr. Mayssoun Sukarieh, Lecturer, King’s College, London, U.K.
  149. Ass. Prof. Loretta Cormier, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
  150. Prof. Hans Korringa, Lecturer, Groningen University
  151. Prof. dr. Nicole Wolf, Senior Lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London
  152. Dr. A.W. Rijneveld, Internist-Hematologist, Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam

  153. Dr. E. (Erna) Rijsdijk , University Lecturer, personal capacity

  154. Dr. Claudia Barz, Research Centre Juelich, Germany

  155. Dr. Hilla Dayan, Lecturer, Amsterdam University College

  156. Ass. Prof. Enzo Rossi, Political Science, University of Amsterdam

  157. Dr. Vincent Duindam, psychologist, Social Sciences, Utrecht University

  158. Dr. Mandy de Wilde, Postdoctoral researcher, Wageningen University

  159. Drs . Ineke Suijkerbuijk, Dvm Suijkerbuijk, Deventer

  160. Dr. Izhar Oppenheim, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

  161. Asst. Prof. Marianne Blanchard, University of Toulouse, France

  162. Dr. Vladyslava Ratushna, Sr. Scientist at Alere Inc., San Diego, California

  163. Dr. Florence Johsua, Associate Professor at the University Paris Ouest Nanterre, Institute for Social sciences of Politics, France
  164. Drs. F.B. Kootte, Teacher of Classics, Utrechts Stedelijk Gymnasium, Netherlands
  165. Dr. Katja Warchold, Dozentin for German, Bildungsinstitut Nestor, Cottbus, Germany
  166. Dr. Katrien De Graeve, Postdoctoral Researcher of the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO), Centre for Research on Culture and Gender, Department of Languages and Cultures, Faculty of Arts and Philosophy – Ghent University, Belgium
  167. Dr. Jette Westerbeek van Eerten, Utrecht University
  168. Dr. Sophie Bernard, Paris Dauphine University
  169. Drs. Sabien  Schütte, Programme coordinator master of film, Netherlands Film Academy
  170. Drs. Mariëlle S. Smith. Lecturer. University of Utrecht
  171. Ass. Prof. Guido Snel, writer, European studies, University of Amsterdam
  172. Prof.  Lilie Chouliaraki, Director of PhD Programme, Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science
  173. Prof. Elizabeta Avramovska, Faculty of Architecture, Sts. Cyrill and Methodius University in Skopje, R. Macedonia
  174. Prof. Dr. Nitzan Lebovic, Lehigh University
  175. Prof Dr Mirjam van Reisen, Tilburg and Leiden University
  176. Dr. Eliza Steinbock, Leiden University
  177. Dr. Elisabeth Longuenesse, Université de Lyon, France
  178. Ass. Prof. Linnet Taylor, Tilburg University
  179. Dr. Thijs Jansen, Tilburg University
  180. Prof. dr. Frank Hendriks, Tilburg University
  181. Dr. Leon van den Dool, Tilburg University
  182. Dr. Linze Schaap, Tilburg University
  183. Prof. dr. Gabriel van den Brink, Tilburg University
  184. drs. Elvira Stoutjesdijk-van Vliet, Tilburg University
  185. Msc. Marieke Brand, Programme coordinator Msc Anthropology and policy advisor inclusive practices at Graduate School for Social sciences, UvA, Amsterdam
  186. Dr. S.M. (Susan) Hogervorst, Assistant professor in historical culture and history didactics, Open Universiteit Nederland
  187. Dr. Giorgia Jerace Bio, EU project manager, freelance
  188. Dr. Emanuel Beška, research fellow at the Institute of Oriental Studies, Slovak Academy of Sciences
  189. Dr. Thomas von der Dunk, University of Amsterdam
  190. Dr. Miriyam Aouragh, University of Westminster
  191. Dr. Samantha Langsdale, Lecturer, University of North Texas
  192. Dr. M.J.M. Rensen, Faculty of Humanities Department of History, European Studies and Religious Studies, University of Amsterdam
  193. Drs. D. Symmons-Rooth, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  194. Dr. R.P Hagendijk, Dep. Political Science, University of Amsterdam
  195. Drs. Oscar Terpstra, Utrecht University
  196. Ass. Prof. Jessica Carr, Religious Studies, Lafayette College
  197. Ass. Prof. Dr. Karin Peters,Wageningen University and Research
  198. Dr. Alisa Lebow, reader in Film Studies, University of Sussex
  199. Dr. Thrassy Marketos, Research Fellow, Institute for Continuing Education, Hellenic Ministry of Defense, Athens, Greece
  200. Dr Natalya Chernyshova, University of Winchester, UK.
  201. Dr. Mohamed Fouad Al Yafi, Chairman of Internal Medicine Department, Kingdom Hospital and Consulting Clinics Riyadh
  202. Dr.  Briena Stoica, Colegiul Național Al Papiu Ilarian, Romania
  203. Dr. Seyit Hocuk, Astrophysicist, Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial physics
  204. Dr. Joke de Vries, M.D., PhD. Expertise Centre for Human Values in Professionalism’, Rijen, Nederland
  205. Drs. A. van Kapel, Psychologist, MEE Zuid-Holland Nord
  206. Drs Nancy Bickes, locatiemanager De Zellingen
  207. Dr. Ralph Sprenkels, Assistant Professor, Centre for Conflictstudies, Utrecht University
  208. Dr. Michelle Parlevliet, University of Amsterdam
  209. Dr. Sara Dybris McQuaid, Associate Professor, Dep. Culture and Communication, Aarhus University, Denmark
  210. Mr. Antonio Donini, Senior Researcher/Visiting Fellow, Feinstein International Center, Tufts University, Boston, US
  211. Drs. L.B.M. van Beek – ter Braak, general practitioner, Ruurlo, Netherlands
  212. Dr. Matthias van Rossum, International Institute of Social History
  213. Mr. Predrag Dojcinovic, Adjunct Professor, University of Connecticut
  214. Prof. Philip Spencer, Kingston University London
  215. Dr. Vessela Chakarova, Amsterdam University College, The Netherlands
  216. Dr. Sruti Bala, Theatre Studies, University of Amsterdam

In addition to these experts, the Aleppo Appeal has also received support from the following people:

  1. Ms. Azra Nuhefendic, freelance journalist,Trieste, Italy
  2. Ms. Jane Huldman, Head Project agency, Stroom Den Haag, Netherlands
  3. Ms. Heidi Dorudi, Vilenie, Dorudi, Netherlands
  4. Mr. Dindy van Maanen, Workshop coordinator and librarian, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Netherlands
  5. Ms. Roxane Ray, Administration, London School of Economics, U.K.
  6. Mr. Mange Ram Adhana, President Association for promotion sustainable development, Hisar, India
  7. Ms. Perrine Canavaggio, Honorary Curator of Heritage, Ministry of Culture, France
  8. Mr. Nour A. Munawar, PhD Candidate at Amsterdam school of Heritage, Memory and Material Culture AHM, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
  9. Ms. Furtuna Sheremeti, PhD Candidate, KU Leuven, Belgium
  10. Ms. Kim Parys, Front Desk Officer, Kazerne Dossin Memorial, Belgium
  11. Ms. Marjolijn Barbier, Head of Operations, Kazerne Dossin Memorial, Belgium
  12. Ms. Betty Denis, Reception and Bookshop manager, Kazerne Dossin Memorial, Belgium
  13. Mr. Diereck van den Ende, Gender Studies Research Master, Utrecht University and National University of Singapore
  14. Ms. Kim Geerdens, Communication & Marketing Manager, Arenberg, Antwerp
  15. Mr. Wout Schildermans, Teacher, Antwerp
  16. Ms. Marieke Zoodsma, MA Collection specialist at the NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide studies, Amsterdam
  17. Ms. Wendy Hamelink, Research Fellow, Fafo Research Foundation, Norway
  18. Ms. Sophie van Leeuwen, Freelance journalist, RFI, France 24, Vpro, France
  19. Ms. Mies Grijns, Child Marriage researcher, Van Vollenhoven Institute, Leiden Law School, Leiden University, Netherlands
  20. Ms. Mieke Holvoet, Belgian citizen, Mechelen, Belgium
  21. Ms. Sona Grigoryan, PhD Candidate/Researcher, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
  22. Ms. Alicia Fernandez Gomez, Teacher, Spain
  23. Mr. Zlatan Ramusovic, Master’s Student, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
  24. Ms. Sophie Bouw, Management Assistant, I.F.I. Institut für Industrieaerodynamik GmbH, Germany
  25. Ms. Caroline De Neve, Press & Communications, August Vermeylenfonds, Ghent, Belgium
  26. Mr. Arian Berdellima, Lecturer in Mathematics, Epoka University, Albania
  27. Ms. Laetitia Mauhé, Syrie Démocratie 33 and Collectif Solidarité Réfugiés 33, France
  28. Mr.  Gert-Jan Krabbendam, Fraction leader GroenLinks in the municipal council of Maastricht
    Ms. Julia Hellmann, Programmer, CTH GmbH
  29. Mr. Simon Schepers, Projectworker at the Special Committee for Remembrance Education (Flanders, Belgium)
  30. Ms. Samar Geagea, Staff Development Lead Specialist, Lebanese American University
  31. Mr. Gudrun Knehler, Sexton at the North Church, Germany
  32. Mrs Franziska Mandel, Self employed in Social Marketing, Berlin
  33. Ms.Caroline Walinsky, Student, Germany
  34. Mrs. Elseline Tebandek, Institutional Relations Manager, ZOA
  35. Ms. Mareike Bollow, Teacher, Kiel, Germany
  36. Ms. Kathrine van den Bogert, MA, PhD Candidate, Utrecht University
  37. Ms. Anniek Ypenga, Intern Institutional Relations, ZOA, Netherlands
  38. Mr. Evert Jan Pierik, Programme Officer, ZOA, Netherlands
  39. Ms. Katrin Engelhardt, Health care management assistant, University clinic, Munich
  40. Mr. Ronny Beier, male nurse, Thüringen Kliniken Saalfeld, Germany
  41. Ms. Nicole Wolf, Senior Lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London
  42. Ms Alžběta Franková, MA student of English Translation and Czech Language, Charles University
  43. Ms.Dorothea Bernard, MD Klinikum Wahrendorff, Hannover, Germany
  44. Ms. Lieutenant Manushaqe Nura, Company 2IC, Kosovo Security Force, Republic of Kosovo
  45. Mrs. M.C. Sanchez, Digital Manager based in China, graduate UvA Amsterdam
  46. Ms. Els Van Doorslaer, Teacher, basisschool De Zonnebergen – Mechelen, Belgium
  47. Ms. Grimmius, manager, Groningen, Netherlands
  48. Mrs. Theresa Dück, Student of Architecture, THM, Germany
  49. Ms. Jana Joost, Krankenkassenbetriebswirtin, BKK VBU
  50. Ms. Anja Saibou, Nurse, Germany
  51. Mr. Burim N. Hoxha, Albasoft, Kosovo
  52. Mr. Joris Berger, Designer
  53. Ms. Béatrice Cadrin, musician and student​, Canada
  54. Ms. Lieke Schrijvers, MA, PhD Candidate, Utrecht University
  55. Ms. Natascha Meyer, Student, Germany
  56. Ms. Laura Candidatu, PhD Candidate, Utrecht University
  57. Mr. Tom M. Wolters, Independent Disaster Reduction & Resilience Adviser, Beijing
  58. Mr. Louw van der Voort, Engineer, Delft
  59. Mr. Martin Merta, Student, Czech Republic
  60. Ms. Pauline Roels, Project manager, MareVisie, Den Haag
  61. Mr. Nico Roozen, Executive Director Solidaridad Network, Utrecht
  62. Ms. Florentina Lama, Electrical Engineer, Kosovo
  63. Mr. Peter Lang, Schwandorf, Germany
  64. Ms. Ester Driel, MSc, Teacher of Social Sciences / PhD Candidate, Utrecht University
    Ms. Alexandra Rijke, PhD Candidate at the Wageningen University & Research
  65. Ms. Mayla Bakhache, Health Care Manager, Hotel-Dieu de France, Beirut, Lebanon
  66. Ms. Milica Trakilović, PhD student & Research Assistant, Utrecht University and European University Institute, Florence
  67. Mr. Joel Eatmon, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, USA
  68. Mr. Danijel Gavric, Student, Sozialstiftung Bamberg, Germany
  69. Mr. Marco Derks MPhil, PhD candidate, Utrecht University
  70. Ms. Mathilde Abel, Research Assistant, Lepac, France
  71. Mr. Thassim Akbar, Mechanical Engineer & Social Activist, Colombo, Sri Lanka
  72. Mr.  Peter Bartelink, student Social Work at Hogeschool Leiden, Social Worker at Salvation Army
  73. Ms. Sarah Haynes, Unionist, SDA, Australia
  74. Mr. Daniel Waterman, author, The Hague
  75. Mr. Eduardo Caiolo, Energy Engineer, Italy
  76. Mr. Bram Knegt, PhD candidate, biologist, University of Amsterdam
  77. Ms. Annemieke van de Kerk–van Stek, Programme officer/Programme Support Unit Manager, ZOA, Netherlands
  78. Ms. Birthe Holland, Teacher, Leipzig, Germany
  79. Ms. Franziska Scheuringer, Social Science Student at Maynooth University, Ireland
  80. Ms. Odile REMY, Head of Human Resources, Kazerne Dossin, Belgium
  81. Ms. Sylvie Genschmer, Brandenburg, Germany
  82. Mr. Arben Lila, Mag. Ing. Electrotechnik, Program Manager Kosovo Advocacy and Development Centre
  83. Mr. Andrea Chabod, Engineer, Italy
  84. Mrs. Nicole Spoerlein, Socialworker, CJD Mainz, Germany
  85. Mr. Caspar ten Dam MA political science, external PhD candidate Institute of History, Leiden University
  86. Mr. Felix Contin, engineer
  87. Ms. Khatema Waziri, Medicine graduate student,  Aalborg University, Denmark.
  88. Ms. Neglia Daniela, psychologist
  89. Mr. Anne-Jan Reijn, Artist, Amsterdam
  90. Mr. Carmel Kooros, PhD candidate, Politics, New School for Social Research
    Ms. Viola Sarnelli, Teaching fellow, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
  91. Ms. Shirley Hutter, Programme Funding Officer, The CornerStone Foundation, Vleuten
  92. Ms. Chih-Chen Trista Lin, PhD Candidate and Lecturer, Wageningen University & Research
    Drs. Johan Boender, MD PhD Student, Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam
  93. Ms. A.F. Mathot, MSc., Psychologist, Utrecht
  94. Ms. Elisa Pilati, Marketing executive, EXEL Srl, Italy
  95. Ms. Ienke Goldewijk, Art therapist,
  96. Mr. jean-François Naud, Product Manager, YouScribe
  97. Ms. Alicia de la Cour Venning, PhD candidate and researcher, International State Crime Initiative, Queen Mary University of London.
  98. Mr. GaberEl Naggar, freelance Architect
  99. Mr. Sebastien Monfort, Jeweler, France
  100. Mr. Thomas Doucedame, computer scientist
  101. Ms. Lara Susana, Philologist
  102. Mr. Lindsay Parkhowell, philosopher, Avtonomi Akadimia, Athens
  103. Mr. Marco Raposo, IT Operations Manager, Portugal Telecom
  104. Ms. Flor María Collaguazo Narváez, Radio La Voz del Santuario, Loja, Ecuador
  105. Mr. Elias Dagher, graduate student, New England Conservatory, Boston, USA
  106. Ms. JoAnne Kelly, Oral Health Care Manager, Ciwec Hospital, Nepal
  107. Mr. Kiolo L. Belsonda, student, University of the Philippines
  108. Ms. Tânia C. Neves, Designer freelancer, Portugal
  109. Mr. Kees Lafeber, Maluku Competence, Netherlands
  110. Mr. Pierre Schranz, Automatism technician, Clemessy Strasbourg
  111. Drs. Wida Razawy, PhD student, dep. of Rheumatology, Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  112. Ms. Eline Joor, Lecturer Political Science, Leiden University, The Netherlands
  113. Ir Tony Kohlen, project director CB&I, Lummes Heat Transfer
  114. Mr. Niels Terpstra, PhD Candidate/Junior Lecturer, Centre for Conflict Studies/History of International Relations, Utrecht University
  115. Dr. Geert Lovink, media theorist and internet critic, director Institute of Network Cultures, Amsterdam University of Applied Science
  116. Mr. Nienke van der Have, Ph.D. Researcher, Amsterdam Center for International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Amsterdam
  117. Ms. Willemien Avenarius, GP Amstelveen, the Netherlands
  118. Mr. Antonio Donini, Senior Researcher/Visiting Fellow, Feinstein International Center, Tufts University, Boston, US
  119. Mr. E. (Erik) van der Kooij, Director Feeling Europe Foundation
  120. Ms. Marjan Verplancke, Kazerne Dossin, Head of Public Medation
  121. Ms. Catherine Coquio, Professeur de littérature comparée, Université Paris-Diderot (Paris 7), France
  122. Ms. Donatella Della Ratta, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Copenhagen
  123. Mr. Neil Jarman, Research Fellow, The Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace,
    Queen’s University
  124. Ms. Laura Boerhout, PhD Candidate, University of Amsterdam
  125. Ms. Huma Saeed,  PhD candidate (Dra.), the Leuven University
  126. Mr. Robert Fine, Emeritus Professor, Sociology University, Warwick
  127. Ms. Claudia Minchilli, PhD candidate, Utrecht University

The following Members of the European Parliament have endorsed the Aleppo Appeal:

  1. Mark Demesmaeker, ECR, Belgie
  2. Helga Trüpel, Greens, Duitsland
  3. Victor Boştinaru, S&D, Roemenie
  4. Péter Niedermüller, S&D, Hongarije
  5. Merja Kyllönen, GUE/NGL, Finland
  6. Anna Maria Bildt, EPP, Zweden
  7. Urmaes Paet, ALDE, Estland
  8. Lars Adaktussen, ALDE, Zweden
  9. Sandra Kalniete, EPP, Letland
  10. Ana Maria Gomes, S&D, Portugal
  11. Josef Weidenholzer, S&D, Oostenrijk
  12. Marju Lauristin, S&D, Estland
  13. Eugen Freund, S&D, Oostenrijk
  14. Silvia Costa, S&D, Italie
  15. Vincent Peillon, S&D, Frankrijk
  16. Marietje Schaake, ALDE, Nederland
  17. Sophie in ’t Veld, ALDE, Nederland
  18. Gerben-Jan Gerbrandy, ALDE, Nederland
  19. Matthijs van Miltenburg, ALDE, Nederland
  20. Tanja Fajon, S&D, Slovenie
  21. Petras Austrevicus, ALDE, Litouwen
  22. Liliana Rodrigues, S&D, Portugal
  23. Javier Nart, ALDE, Spanje
  24. Julie Ward, S&D, Verenigd Koninkrijk
  25. Peter Lundgren, EFDD, Zweden
  26. Laurentiu Rebega, ENF, Roemenie
  27. Miapetra Kumpula-Natri, S&D, Finland
  28. Elly Schlei, S&D, Italie
  29. Ivan Štefanec, EPP, Slowakije
  30. Agnes Jongerius, S&D, Nederland
  31. Kati Piri, S&D, Nederland
  32. Paul Tang, S&D, Nederland
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