Welcome to The Kurdish Institute

Movement for human and peoples rights

Campaigns

SOS Rojava & Shengal

This campaign mobilizes support for the reconstruction of Kurdish regions in northern Syria (Rojava) and the Yezidi city of Shengal (Sinjar) in Iraq. These were both severely damaged when they were attacked by the Islamic State in 2014 and the reconstruction costs a...

#SOS Turkey

#SOSTurkey is an open platform of organizations and individuals who support the hundreds of thousands of people who fell victim to the purges and human rights violations in Turkey. The platform is committed to the democratization of Turkey. It is a broad solidarity...

Activities

11dec19:0022:00Dining with the Kurdish IssueA pleasant and informal exchange during a Kurdish Guest Table

Who are the Kurds?

The Kurds are one of the largest stateless nations in the world. They possess a diverse and rich culture which they wish to express fully, a desire all people deserve. However, this human right to experience is not given to all.

The story of the Kurds and their neighbors in the Middle East, Eurasia and the Caucasus creates empathy and deep understanding. How they experience the heart of their culture.

Without a Nation.

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Who are we?

The Kurdish Institute is a recognized movement that sensitizes on human and peoples rights in the Middle East, Eurasia and the Caucasus.

We want to inspire and engage people to work for this mission.

In Flanders and Brussels, the Kurdish Institute strives to ensure that ethnic-cultural minorities receive basic rights, equal opportunities and participation in our super-diverse society.

Who are the Kurds?

The Kurds are one of the largest stateless nations in the world. They possess a diverse and rich culture which they wish to express fully, a desire all people deserve. However, this human right to experience is not given to all.

The story of the Kurds and their neighbors in the Middle East, Eurasia and the Caucasus creates empathy and deep understanding. How they experience the heart of their culture.

Without a Nation.

Stay Informed

Who are we?

The Kurdish Institute is a recognized movement that sensitizes on human and peoples rights in the Middle East, Eurasia and the Caucasus.

We want to inspire and engage people to work for this mission.

In Flanders and Brussels, the Kurdish Institute strives to ensure that ethnic-cultural minorities receive basic rights, equal opportunities and participation in our super-diverse society.

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