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What Happened Last Week in Kurdistan

Source: What Happened Last Week in Kurdistan/ Author: Jil Shwani / Date: March 2020 SEED Foundation Communications Program Manager Lara Fatah explains in this podcast with Jil Shwani (@whlw_kurdistan) how SEED implements its mission [...]

Series: Human Trafficking in Kurdistan

Source: Rudaw English / Author: Hannah Lynch / Date: December 11, 2019 Developing policing procedures and training frontline workers has been a priority of the government and international organizations helping the Kurdistan Region and [...]

Interview on Refugee Influx, Winter Donation Drive

Check out SEED President Sherri Kraham Talabany describing  SEED’s response in the Kurdistan Region to the influx of over 15,000 refugees from Rojava. She also touched on SEED's next campaign: Preventing Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and [...]

Risking Turkey’s ire, Iraqi Kurds back Syrian brethren

Source: Al-Monitor/ Author: Amberin Zaman / Date: November 4, 2019 An oft-cited reason for why the Kurds do not have their own state is the unremitting disunity among themselves. But Turkey’s Oct. 9 assault against a [...]

The Security Implications of Human Trafficking

Source: Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) /Authors: Jamille Bigio and Rachel Vogelste/ Date: October 2019 / This report was written as part of the CFR's Women and Foreign Policy Program. Human trafficking is a [...]

Interview on Human Trafficking

Watch an interview on SEED's new report Human Trafficking in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq with president, Sherri Kraham Talabany on Babylon FM's Breakfast Club.

Teaching Megadeth in Iraq

Source: The Rolling Stone Magazine / Author: ANDREA MARKS / Date: April 11, 2019 Portland guitarist and Widespread Panic writer Jerry Joseph started Nomad Music Foundation, a nonprofit that brings guitars and music classes to kids [...]

For these victims of ISIS, the conflict isn’t over

 For these victims of ISIS, the conflict isn't over Source: CNN Opinion / Author: Gayle Tsemach Lemmon At the State Department's "ministerial to advance religious freedom" last week, Vice President Mike Pence noted the plight [...]

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