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  • Aisha Shan, the Kurdish woman whose voice has affected society

     Birth and upbringing: Aisha Shan was born in the city of Diyarbakir in northern Kurdistan (Turkey) in 1938, to her father, Muhammad Osman Ali Shan, and to her mother, Alif Khan. Her father died during World War II after an…

  • “The stability of the land is considered at the same time the stability of the self”

    We exchange many beautiful terms and words with moral values ​​that motivate connection, love and cohesion with the places in which we grew up and grew up.  It is full of safety because the stability of the earth is considered…

  • Killing women is not a human moral

    Recently we have seen an increase in violence against women, especially in cases of femicide, where many ignorant people are blamed for the murder, and this means that we see a violation of human rights and the identification of the…

  • Violence is a crime….who is accused?

    In Syria, since the beginning of the Syrian crisis in March 2011, human rights have significantly declined.  This protracted crisis has exacerbated and escalated its impact on the vulnerability of Syrian women and girls, causing increased and diversified risks to…

  • killing women

     Femicide is a new expression that describes cases of intentional and intentional killing or wrongful killing of women, where a person kills a woman for reasons based on gender, but the definitions differ according to the cultural context.  Out of…

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