Politics and Society

Islamic Parties in the Kurdistan Region

The violence of some groups of Islamic extremists has become an observable reality, for example in Syria and Tunisia. This needs a more accurate research so that we would be able to know the causes, their sprea...

Human Rights: A Ruthless Political Game

“There are no human rights without political rights” – Hannah Arendt The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is something that is often talked about in the West and praised by many. It is the product of the H...

Kurdistan Careers 2013 – Press Release

On September 4th and 5th, 2013 the Second Annual Kurdistan Recruitment and Training Fair (Kurdistan Careers 2013) will be taking place at the prestigious Saad Conference Center in Hewler, the capital of the Kur...

A Starving Nation

As a Kurd, have you ever felt the strain of answering questions about your existence?  Has anyone ever questioned your place in history? How well do you know about your heritage? I'm sure we can all think of a ...

An introduction to diasporic identity

The struggle for Kurdistan emerged in the context of a fragmented nature of existence, occupied by different nation-states, and rulings powers that refused to recognize Kurds. Within diasporic communities the s...

Where are the Women in Kurdish Politics?

The world of Kurdish politics is not like any other in the world. It has a very complicated and unique context and for a deeper insight an understanding of the Kurdish history, struggle and the origins of each ...

Where Did Kurdistan Come From?

As a British born and raised Kurd I have come to realise the greatest struggle, especially for those in the Diaspora, is the one within ourselves. The greatest battle we fight in our quest for freedom is the wa...

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