Seminar on the situation in different parts of Kurdistan

The Norwegian Council for the Rights of the Kurds (RKR) is currently hosting guests from different parts of Kurdistan. Thursday 27 September at 1 pm, RKR invites to a seminar at the Human Rights House in Oslo, in which these guests play key roles, all representing regions where Kurds make up significant ethnic and national minorities. (22-SEP-07)
 

The Norwegian Council for the Rights of the Kurds (RKR) is currently hosting guests from different parts of Kurdistan. Thursday 27 September at 1 pm, RKR invites to a seminar at the Human Rights House in Oslo, in which these guests play key roles, all representing regions where Kurds make up significant ethnic and national minorities. (22-SEP-07)

Based on information received from RKR, this article has been translated and prepared for publication by HRH F / Niels Jacob Harbitz. Photo: RKR.

The aim of the seminar is twofold; first, to give an update on the situation in the Kurdish areas of the Middle East, second, to explore perspectives for the further social and political development in the same area The seminar is free and open to all. Time will be set apart for questions and debate. Further details will follow.  

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