How I Became a Peshmerga

How I Became a Peshmerga

My journey to becoming a women’s rights activist began when I was a young child in Kurdistan, Iran and I attended a wedding with my family. At one point during the celebration, everything changed. The guests, who had been eating, dancing and laughing minutes before, began shouting – and I saw the bride crying in […]

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“Honour killings” are a form of violence against women that take the lives of 5,000 girls/women every year. They are committed with the motive of protecting or regaining the honour of the perpetrator, family, or community. Join us in the screening of Banaz: A Love Story by Deeyah Khan that chronicles an act of overwhelming […]

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