Mon, 25 Jul 2022, 19:00 (BST)
Online launch event
The Kurdish women’s movement is at the heart of one of the most exciting revolutionary experiments in the world today: Rojava. Forged over decades of struggle, most recently in the fight against ISIS, Rojava embodies a radical commitment to ecology, democracy and women’s liberation. But while striking images of Kurdish women in military fatigues proliferate, a true understanding of the women’s movement remains elusive.
In this discussion, Dilar Dirik and chair Elif Sarican will draw upon Dilar’s new book The Kurdish Women’s Movement: History, Theory, Practice and discuss:
As well as the discussion, there will be also be a Q&A section where you can put forward your questions to the panellists.
For further details and to book your spot, please click on the link below.
A non-Eurocentric feminist perspective on the revolutionary Kurdish women's movement