• We will invite people to become members of the email group if they are actively involved in working towards the aims of the Association so that information, ideas and opportunities for action can be created and shared, publicising and promoting our work;
• To offer speakers in addition to (when possible) organising meetings, training courses and events;
• To work alongside with similar groups,  and to exchange information and advice with them;
• To take any other action that is lawful, which would help SKS to fulfil its aims.
SKS co-chairs: Khalaf Dahowd and Sheila Mosley.
Web: www.supportkurds.org
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected] 
 
Recent news
 Eleven Kurdish people have been arrested on the back of the Newroz shooting in al-Raqqa
Syrian Committee for Human Rights – MAD reports that security forces in al-Raqqa launched a campaign of mass arrests on 5th and 9th April 2010 affecting many Kurds of various ages following raids on their… Read more
 Son of political activist arrested
The Kurdish Organization for the Defence of Human Rights and Public Freedoms in Syria – DAD, the Human Rights Organization in Syria – MAF, and  the Syrian Committee for Human Rights – MAD report… Read more
 Statement of three Kurdish organisations regarding the arrest of a young Kurdish student in Syria
The Kurdish Organization for the Defence of Human Rights and Public Freedoms in Syria – DAD, the Human Rights Organization in Syria – MAF and the Kurdish Committee for Human Rights in Syria al-Rased… Read more
 Arrests after al-Raqqa Newroz shootings in Syria
Those responsible for the shooting at al-Raqqa during Newroz remain free, whilst the victims are held in detention centers. More than fifteen days after the authorities committed this crime against those… Read more
 Arrest of 70 year old Kurdish man in Syria
Human Rights Organization in Syria – MAF, and the Kurdish Organization for the Defence of Human Rights and Public Freedoms in Syria – DAD report that on  4th March 2010 a patrol consisting of more… Read more
 Fatima Ahmed Hawoo, female Kurdish activist is arrested in Syria
Syrian Human Rights Committee – MAD reports that Ms. Fatima Ahmed Hawoo, born in Khanah Sarreh village in the Deyrick area, in 1976, who is an active member of  the Sittar Federation Women’s organisation… Read more
 

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Co-Chair: International Support Kurds in Syria Association [SKS]
Web: www.supportkurds.org
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected] 

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