Xwendekara Masterê Derya Kilic Li Ser Xwendina Jinên Kurd Li Avrûpayê Ji KWPê Re Diaxive
Di xelaka me ya yekemin ya Kurdî de, Derya Kilic ku li Zanîngeha Sorbonne Nouvelle mastira xwe li ser rola jinên Kurd di medyaya Kurdî de dike bû mevana me û me li ser xwendina bilind ya jinên Kurd li Avrûpayê sohbetek xweş kir.
June 15, 2021
Daughters of Smoke and Fire by AVA HOMA
In this episode of the Kurdish Women Podcast Naren Briar interviewed Ava Homa about her debut book Daughters of Smoke and Fire. The book is one of the first books in English by a female Kurdish writer.
April 22, 2021
The Daughters of Kobani and the Kurdish Women's Organizing in Syria: Author Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
In this episode of KWP Independent researcher Meghan Bodette, Interviewed New York Times bestseller author Gayle Tzemach Lemmon about her new book 'The Daughters of Kobani: A Story of Rebellion, Courage, and Justice.'
March 14, 2021
The Politics of Kurdish Names
In this episode of KWP Beizar, Wan, and Dilman talk about the story behind their Kurdish names and the politics of giving Kurdish names to children.
March 03, 2021
Kurdish Youth Organizing in the US
In this episode Yara Ismael and Wan Rashid are talking about Efendi Foundation and how Kurdish women in the US corporate through foundations
October 21, 2020
Story of First Kurdish Female Photojournalist Bnar Sardar: Escaped From Saddam As A Child , Faced ISIS As A Grown Up Woman
Bnar Sardar is a first female photojournalist born in Kirkuk Iraq and forced to flee to Iran with her family in 1991. Bnar worked with Metrogarphy agency, the first Iraqi agency for photography. Bnar currently lives and works in Bristol England and is the freelance photographer for National Media League. With her ever expanding portfolio, Bnar has had group exhibitions in various countries, including the UK, Norway, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Egypt, Turkey and Pakistan. Recently the UNHDR has selected Bnar as the middle-east photojournalist with the exhibition in (Venice), Italy.
September 29, 2020
The Invisibility of Kurdish Women's Identity in Femicides in Turkey
n this episode, Ronay Bakan talks to Ruken Isik about "The Femicides in Turkey from a Kurdish Women's Perspective". Ronay Bakan has recently co-authored a piece on the #ChallengeAccepted social media campaign with Dr. Seda Saluk in which they discuss how Kurdish women's identity is missing in social media campaigns and in Western media coverages of femicides in Turkey. Ronay Bakan, PhD Student in Political Science at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.
September 14, 2020
Challenge Accepted Social Media Campaign and Kurdish Women
#ChallengeAccepted: Kurdish Women In this episode Rudan Balay talks to Huje Balay about the recent social media campaign of #challengeaccepted initiated by women in Turkey against femicides. Huje Balay shares her story of posting a black and white photo of herself on social media account in support of the campaign without knowing the true meaning behind it- which was revealed later by the activists. They both say Kurdish women’s identity got lost in translation when it was revealed and discuss whether Turkish feminism has ignored Kurdish women’s identity and their problems in Turkey. Rudan Balay, Human Rights Activist MA in International Affairs at George Washington University Huje Balay, MA Student in US Foreign Policy and National Security at American University
September 03, 2020
On The Sixth Anniversary Of The Yezidi Genocide, We Are Dedicating Our Podcast To The Yezidi Women.
Six years ago today, ISIS killed thousands of Yezidis and enslaved thousands of women and kids. We, as Kurdish Women Podcast are launching our Podcast on the sixth anniversary of the Yezidi Genocide. We dedicate our podcast to the Yezidi Women who are captured and enslaved by ISIS six years ago.
August 03, 2020