We believe in:
is Justice and fairness for victims of detention, enforced disappearance, and all human rights violations.
Who We Are
What We Do
How we start
After spending 21 years in Seydnayah, a Syrian prison that Amnesty International labeled a "human slaughterhouse," Riyad Avlar stepped out to bask in the sunshine he hadn't felt in three years.
Established in 2017, the association was formed by a coalition of Seydnayah survivors, victims, and their families. Our goal is to uncover the truth and achieve justice for those detained due to their opinions or political activities.
Justice and fairness for victims of detention, enforced disappearance, and all human rights violations. Work to ensure that the violations that occurred in the past are not repeated.
ADMSP seeks to uncover the truth and serve justice for detainees based on their opinions or political activity. Through its Documentation Program, it also reveals the fate of missing and forcibly disappeared persons in Syria.
ADMSP's Programs & Projects
The Family Center of the Association of Detainees and the Missing Persons in Seydnayah Prison was established in January 2020. The center offers trauma rehabilitation services for survivors (males and females) of torture, war, violence, or any other human rights violations.
Truth and Justice Charter
This Charter seeks to present a comprehensive vision of the position of victims of arbitrary detention, enforced disappearance, and torture regarding Syrian issues connected with their cause, their future vision, and their demands.
Realistic Stories from the Memory of Pain
Reports issued by ADMSP
One of the primary efforts that ADMSP in its quest to uncover the truth and achieve justice for detainees and forcibly disappeared persons.
Born on December 25, 1954, in Damascus, Ragheed Ahmed Al-Tatari pursued a military career by enrolling in the Air Force College in 1972 and completing his training in 1975. He subsequently served in various air force squadrons. Now at 66 years of age, he was imprisoned before even reaching his 27th birthday.