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Kerim Yildiz

Kerim Yildiz is the Executive Director of Kurdish Human Rights Project, an independent non-political human rights organisation founded in London in 1992. Himself a Kurdish refugee, he has written extensively on issues of human rights, minority rights and international law.

Works

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The Future of Kurdistan
The Iraqi Dilemma

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During the United States military occupation of Iraq, the Kurdistan region was one of the few places in the country where insurgent violence was not a daily...
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The European Union and Turkish Accession
Human Rights and the Kurds

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Examines the debate over Turkey's EU membership, focusing in particular on human rights issues relating to the country's Kurdish minority.
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The Kurds in Iraq - Second Edition
The Past, Present and Future

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An updated account of the situation facing Kurds in Iraq and the danger of civil war.
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The Kurds in Iran
The Past, Present and Future

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An up-to-date analysis of the problems faced by Iran's Kurdish population
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The Kurds in Syria
The Forgotten People

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Examines the problems faced by the Kurds in Syria.
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The Kurds in Turkey
EU Accession and Human Rights

Pluto Press
With an introduction by Chomsky, this is the most up-to-date analysis of the problems faced by Kurds in Turkey.
Kerim Yildiz

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