What you would do if you were driven out of your town because of your ethnicity?
Personal Stories and Insights
Since I was a little girl, my family and I have been traveling to Kurdistan every few years or so.
Sykes-Picot was not the only thing that got in the way of Kurdish statehood in the 20th century.
The history of cinema in Rojava cannot be studied separately from the Syrian cinema.
Prohibiting the use of Kurdish language in Syria, has left harmful effects on the language.
We learned that uniting our commonalities makes us a stronger part of a diverse and lovely world.
This story was written by Abdi, a teacher who has lived and taught in several refugee camps.
Rarely in the past century have the shifting borders established by the agreement looked blurrier.
The article below was originally published by the BBC on May 16 2016. Reaching its centenary amidst...
Was Sykes-Picot a missed opportunity to draw the region’s “real” borders?
Spirit of America works with U.S. troops to deliver quick humanitarian assistance.
The following article on the Sykes-Picot Agreement was written by Grania’s Tears...
Dr. Michael Izady is a leading Middle East cartographer and Kurdish historian.
This commentary on the Sykes-Picot Agreement was written by David L. Phillips, director of the...
The story below was submitted to The Kurdish Project by Bill Spaulding, a Sergeant in the U.S. Army.
American Pianist, John Ferguson, is working with Kurdish musicians to prepare for the event.
Hamdi Ulukaya, the Kurdish CEO of Chobani, handed his employees a surprise earlier this week.
The UK's All Party Parliamentary Group on Kurdistan reports on the Kurdish Region of Iraq.
The story below was submitted to My Kurdistan, a new story contest by the Kurdish Project.
Her plans were to shoot her feature film debut in Kurdistan last year.
"Just as he saved me as a teenager, I want to help rebuild Kurdistan."
Rojava, in northeastern Syria is home to a remarkable revolution.
Thomas Friedman writes about the complicated future of Kurds, Sunnis and Shias in Iraq.
Photographer Richard Wayman worked with Kurds in Iraq.
Mark Cancian is a senior adviser with the International Security Program at the Center for...
Meet the man who finds himself setting up his own refugee camps for those fleeing ISIS.
Syria Deeply spoke with Gokhan Bacik about the YPG's expansion and tensions with Turkey.
The Kurdish Peshmerga forces have received praise from all of Kirkuk’s numerous ethnic groups.
Rojava is leading a democratic revolution for the rights of ethnic minorities and women's...
Wednesday's event remembered the victims of Halabja, and of many other atrocities committed in Iraq...