By Hawar Shawki – Government Affairs Advisor In making the case for Kurdish independence, the author reviews the favorable prospects of the Kurdish state. He explains that “the West must support Kurdish independence to right the wrongs of the past and create stability in the Middle East.” Read the full article
As we all know, our beloved homeland Kurdistan is facing challenges, threats, and opportunities in epic proportions. It is incumbent on all of us to do our share of supporting them. We need to mobilize our energy and leverage our position to reach out to the US Policy makers and public to support the Kurdish…
The Kurdish National Congress of North America (KNC) is a non-profit, member-driven organization representing Kurds from all parts of Kurdistan living in the United States and Canada. The KNC was founded in 1988, soon after Iraqi chemical weapons attacks on Halabja and other Kurdish cities and villages. Its objective is to unite Kurds living in North America to work for common goals, to promote the idea of a United Free Kurdistan, and to strengthen the voice of all Kurds living in the USA and Canada. The KNC is a democratic organization. Its president and board of directors are elected by the members and the organization is governed by a set of by-laws. The KNC encourages open discussion of issues, free speech, and active participation in leadership by its members.
Dec 27, 2012: Letter to Mr. Yuksel regaridng the loss of BDP parliament member Mr. Serafettinn Elçi. Letter To Mr. Yuksel
Nov 12-13: Solidarity with Hunger Strike in LA: Hunger Strike Nov 5, 2012: KNC-NA PR on Hunger Strike in North Kurdistan: Hunger Strike PR
Seminar on Syria and Kurdistan by KAES-LA on Oct 6, 2012 in Long Beach, CA: http://www.kurdssyriakaesla.com/ PR on the July14th event in Amed: Diyarbakir PR
KNC-NA Bylaws can be found at: http://www.kncna.net/20100606-kncnaBylaws