SETF is a member group in the Coalition for a Democratic Syria. This coalition includes all Syrian American non-profit political advocacy organizations working together to bring about a swift end to the conflict and support the establishment of peace, freedom, and democracy in Syria. It is a multi-ethnic, multi-confessional, non-partisan group where SETF plays a leadership role alongside United For a Free Syria, Syrian American Council and Syrian Christians for Peace and others.
SETF has been a proud partner of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum where we work together on bringing awareness of the humanitarian situation in Syria. The Holocaust Museum hosts an exhibit from the Caesar File showing the systematic torture of civilians by the Assad regime. SETF is honored to organize public events alongside the museum to help advocate for justice and protection of civilians.
SETF for the past few years has played an important role as a partner of the Caesar Team. We work closely with Caesar and his family as well as a legal team led by Stephen Rapp, former US Ambassador for War Crimes. The Caesar Team, in coordination with SETF, has been working in Europe and the United States focusing on justice, awareness, and prevention of further crimes against humanity.
SETF has been very fortunate to work with communities across the United States including the Jewish American, and Cuban American communities. We also work with Arkansas churches and community leaders that have initiated the Wisdom House Project focusing on supporting internally displaced orphans and children.