Speakers: Steve Sweeney, Sarya Tunç, Rami Abdurrahman, Gaylan Nazhad and Benjamin Houghton.
A look at how reporters who bring us news make sense of the information available, and how that impacts on their writing. Continue reading “‘Reading Between the Lines’ Tuesday 2 October 2018, 7-9.30pm, Y Theatre, Leicester”
There have been protests in support of Afrin around the world today. Protest in Leicester City Centre 24 March 2018 – About 100 people gathered at the Leicester Clock Tower, organised by Leicester Kurdish Solidarity Campaign and local Kurds.
Press release for the demonstration:
Kurds in Rojava valiantly prevented ISIS from extending its power in Syria. Kurds in Syria are now being targeted by the Turkish State and its allies while the world stands by. Turkey has focused on Afrin but intends to move further along the border to take other Kurdish towns in Rojava, Syria. Continue reading “Save Rojava: Protest in Leicester City Centre 24 March 2018”
Turkey has long fingers: #FreeSalehMuslim
ANF: Police of Czech Republic: Moslem was arrested at Turkey’s request
Saleh Moslem was arrested in Czechia at Turkey’s request, Police of Czech Republic said.
TEV-DEM condemns arrest of Saleh Moslem
Movement for a Democratic Society (TEV-DEM) condemned the arrest of Saleh Moslem and urged the international community to show a reaction to the unlawful practices of the Turkish state. Continue reading “#FreeSalehMuslim 25.2.2018”
Turkey is targetting Kurds, and this supports Turkey’s friend ISIS. Kurds call for
6 April 2017: Kurdistan Solidarity Campaign launched: Trade union and labour movement based campaign in support of the Kurdish liberation struggle and Rojava revolution
Hi, for updates on the situation for Kurds, especially those in Syria please see http://supportkurds.org which has a blog a day. There are Facebook pages for International Support Kurds in Syria and for Leicester Kurdish Solidarity Campaign.
I’m pleased to say that Saleh Muslim came to speak in Leicester. These are some notes from his speech:
PYD and young people are the future. The international crisis need solving.
Things will change like they have since World War 1 and World War 2.
This is War World 3: policies and the systems need changing. The world has become a small village. People are looking for democracy. There is a lot of talk about nation states – the situation has to change … people don’t want to lose their power. Continue reading “Update, and Saleh Muslim in Leicester 19 November 2016”