When the bombs rain down, the Syrian Civil Defence rushes in, risking their lives to help anyone in need - regardless of their religion or politics. They need support from around the world to convince decision-makers to do more to protect civilians and fund the lifesaving equipment they need.
We lobbied leaders with thousands of direct messages asking them to take in more Syrian refugees. But they still only agreed to resettle 5,663 - bringing the total number of refugee resettlements by European countries to a shameful 1%. Here's what happened.
In just 26 hours, thousands of us shifted Italy’s position and now Europe has agreed to ban the sale of jet fuel to Syria. The same fuel used to drop rusty barrel bombs on schools, hospitals and homes by the regime.
Ancient Syrian treasures are being looted to fuel the conflict. But in February 2015, the UN finally took action and banned the trade in antiquities. Find out how it happened.
Watch this powerful film and take action to tell world leaders to end the bombing of Syrian Civilians.