KURDISH CENTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

Kurds were being subjected to ethnic cleansing programmers throughout the regions, accompanied by mass killings, displacement and prohibitions on their culture and language. They faced suspicion of harboring separatist sympathies everywhere, simply by virtue of their ethnic origin.

Millions had become refugees, unable to return to their devastated homes or land. The international community was not giving a strategic and cohesive response to the crisis, although tens of thousands of people were dying and an entire culture was at risk.

The Kurdish Center for Human Rights was established in Geneva in 2000, according to the Suisse civil law. In response to the genocide, war crimes and human rights violations occurring across the Kurdish regions of Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Syria.
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