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WOMEN’S ALLIANCE FOR KURDISTAN, IRAQ AND SYRIA https://peaceinkurdistancampaign.com/activities/womens-alliance-for-kurdistan-iraq-and-syria/ NEWS BRIEFING APRIL 2017

NEWS
1. Twelve Members of Kurdish Women’s Force, YPJ, Killed in Turkish Airstrikes
2. YPJ Spox: We will withdraw from Raqqa if US doesn’t show concrete reaction to Turkey airstrikes… 1,457 more words

Weekly News Briefing

The nemesis of ISIS, the boar, a Limerick.

As ISIS wage war of Jihad

What’s worse than be killed by Assad?

To be killed by a boar,

path to heaven no more.

Their courage was but a façade. 303 more words

Limerick

STATE TERROR, HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS, AND AUTHORITARIANISM IN TURKEY

Report of the Third Imrali Peace Delegation, based on its Visit to Turkey, Feb. 13-19, 2017.

INTRODUCTION

The events of the past year-and-a-half demonstrate very clearly that there can be no democracy in Turkey without a peaceful resolution of the Kurdish question. 13,944 more words

Freedom Of Expression

Ezidi Women’s Conference March 2017 Germany.

Report by Peace in Kurdistan Women Alliance:

The first International Conference for Ezidi women took place in Germany last weekend providing an opportunity for a diverse group of women to come together to discuss, in their mother tongue, the Ezidi genocide and its aftermath. 1,185 more words

Kurdish Women

Peace in Kurdistan Women’s Alliance for Kurdistan, Iraq and Syria Statement for International Women’s Day

In memory of Sakine Cansız, Fidan Doğan, and Leyla Şaylemez, assassinated in Paris in 2013 and three KJA executive members, Sêvê Demir, Pakize Nayir and Fatma Uyar, assassinated in Turkey 2016. 739 more words

Resistance and Living Utopia: Women’s Liberation and Democratic Autonomy in Syrian Kurdistan

WEDNESDAY 8 MARCH – UNIVERSITY OF LEICESTER

The School of History, Politics and International Relations, University of Leicester in association with Peace in Kurdistan – Women Alliance for Kurdistan, Iraq and Syria are pleased to invite to a seminar on International Women’s Day. 280 more words

Memory, Material Culture, and Kurdish Identity: A Series

It was my twenty-third birthday. I sat on my mom’s bed, legs crossed, watching her rumble through suitcases filled with fabrics – satin, sheer, velvet. The reality was that most of them had seen the light of day once every few years. 396 more words

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