Alshare3 is a non-profit media foundation that is licensed in France. Alshare3 Foundation works on a group of media projects and activities inside and outside Syria to defend the freedom of media, by using various media tools. It was founded in February 2010, with a media campaign to support the displaced people from the Northeastern part of Syria, who had to flee their farmlands because of the drought.
This project developed to media campaigns and various activities such as photography galleries and organizing regular visits to camps by journalists. After a year of fieldwork in the Syrian drought camps, the popular uprising began in March 2011. Thus Alshare3 foundation started covering the events and making documentaries. We tried to provide a clear comprehensive coverage of the Syrian events. It was urgently necessary to understand the complexities in Syria under the media siege applied by the Syrian regime. We work with many Syrian, Arabic and international media. Alshare3, also, set partnerships with civil Syrian and international associations to train activists inside Syria and to perform the developmental and cultural projects there where we periodically arrange cultural events. Every March, Alshare3 presents musical and cinema shows, visual arts galleries and construction works in public squares.
Today we make graphic media articles from the event location, such as “exclusion investigation, discussions, reports and documentaries” by a teamwork that is spread in many areas inside Syria. This team includes a group of journalists, filmmakers and activists that are of different categories of the Syrian society.