FILM-RELATED WEB SITES
Dalya's Other Country
The film's official website provides information on the film and film team.
International Rescue Committee
This refugee resettlement organization offers a summary of the impact of the conflict in Syria and ways to help Syrian refugees resettling in the United States.
Refugee Council USA
A coalition of U.S.-based non-governmental organizations working on issues of refugee resettlement.
This independent digital media project is dedicated to the conflict in Syria.
The Press-enterprise: "How a Syrian Family is Adjusting to Life as Refugees in Southern California"
This is a news feature by Alejandra Molina on Syrian refugees in Southern California.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency
USA for UNHCR
This U.S. nonprofit is dedicated to raising funds for refugees, as well as raising awareness and educating Americans about the global refugee crisis and emergencies such as the Syrian crisis.
Islam, Women and Stereotypes
Council On American-Islamic Relations
This advocacy group fights stereotypes by increasing public understanding of Islam, encouraging dialogue, and protecting civil liberties.
Islamic Networks Group
This organization works to educate and inform the public about American Muslims, in addition to building relationships across communities.
Middle East Institute: "Introduction To Islam: An Online Text"
Law professor M. Cherif Bassiouni wrote this introductory text about Islam specifically for non-Muslims.
Muslim Public Affairs Council
This non-profit's website includes policy briefs, research and other information on public policy affecting Muslims in the United States.
Muslim Women's League
This U.S. organization offers explanatory position statements on a wide variety of issues related to women living as Muslims in the modern world, as well as links to other relevant resources and organizations.
Rethinking Schools: "Save The Muslim Girl!"
This piece by Özlem Sensoy and Elizabeth Marshall critically examines the depiction of Muslim girls as victims in Western young adult literature and offers alternative strategies to help students think through related issues.