Democratic Modernity: Alternative Ideas of Nationalism and Women's Liberation in the Rojava Mode

Photo: https://thekurdishproject.org Venue 5 December 2017, 6:00 PM Corvinus University of Budapest Salt House building, Lecture room 1. 1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 13-15 Speakers Dilar Dirik is an activist of the Kurdish women's movement, based in Europe. She writes on Kurdistan for an international audience. Currently, she is working on her PhD at the University of Cambridge. Rojava: Democratic Nation as a revolution of peoples The revolutionary project of Rojava-Northern Syria is being realized in the midst of international conflicts in a warzone. Different communities have come together to self-organize based on mutual respect and solidarity. Around the world, it has become a beacon of hope

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