Last Men in Aleppo: What role can the UK play in Syria?

Monday 27th November, 5.30 to 7pm, Palace of Westminster.

This December will mark a year since the fall of Aleppo. The fall of one of the world’s most ancient and culturally significant cities laid bare just how much governments around the world have failed the people of Syria. As we approach this sombre first anniversary, the Friends of Syria APPG invites you to a discussion around the award-winning film Last Men in Aleppo.

Feras Fayyad, Last Men in Aleppo filmmaker
Rt Hon Alistair Burt MP, Minister of State for the Middle East
Kinda Haddad, Airwars
Yasmine Nahlawi, Rethink Rebuild Society
Tom Tugendhat MP, Foreign Affairs Committee Chair

Chaired by Alison McGovern MP, co-chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group Friends of Syria.

The event will include clips from the award-winning film Last Men in Aleppo. The film follows the fall of Aleppo through the eyes three founding members of the White Helmets, notably Khaled Farrah and his family as they make the agonising decision about whether to flee, or to stay and help.


Trailer for Last Men in Aleppo