Websites related to Kurdish history, culture, language and politics:

The Kurdistan Web
The Kurdistan Web is a private initiative not related to any political party or organization. The objective is to give comprehesive and accurate information about the Kurdish people, their history, culture and struggles for autonomy. It aims to become a discussion platform about Kurdish issues.

Institut Kurde de Paris
The Kurdish Institute of Pars offers a host of cultural activities as well as extensive online resources.

Human Rights Watch
Human rights watch is dedicated to protecting the human rights of people around the world. They investigate and expose human rights violations and hold abusers accountable. They enlist the public and international community to support the cause of human rights for all.

This link will lead you to a list of books about Kurds in Iraq:

Kurdish Encyclopaedia Online
"KURDISTANICA" aims to create a National Electronic Archive of Kurdistan on the Internet. Compilation of KURDISTANICA, the first ever National Archive, requires global support. Whether you are a Scholar researching Kurdish issues or a Translator making information more accessible, joining our efforts will help ensure that KUDISTANICA becomes a rich source of knowledge.

The following is a reading list which we compiled while researching the book, Kurdistan: In the Shadow of History:

We will be listing more links to various sites related to Kurdistan, photography, documentary work online as well as a reading list.

Please let us know if you have any links you would like us to include.

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