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KHRP Publishes Anniversary Issue of its Newsline Newsletter

As KHRP turns fifteen this month, we are pleased to announce the publication of a special anniversary issue of our quarterly Newsline newsletter, which not only reports on the work carried out by KHRP over the last three months, but reflects on a decade and a half of tireless work for human rights in the Kurdish regions and beyond. 


Newsline 40’s cover story reports on our November fact-finding mission to the regions of Kurdistan, Iraq affected by Turkish and Iranian bombardment. A full page spread inside the magazine displays photographs taken by the mission. Given the commencement of air strikes last weekend, it is all the more important to report directly from the region to demonstrate the devastating effect ongoing bombardment is having on civilian populations.

This special issue also provides details of upcoming celebrations of our anniversary, most importantly the launch in early 2008 of a special 15th anniversary photographic book on the Kurdish regions. The book includes the work of ten internationally renowned contemporary pho­tographers who have worked in the Kurdish regions of Tur­key, Iran, Iraq, Syria and Arme­nia, and whose careers span the last thirty years. Proceeds from the sale of the book will contribute to the ongoing work of KHRP.  Pre-order your copy today by sending an email to Anna Irvin at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

As KHRP enters its sixteenth year of operations our work is more relevant than ever and we will continue tirelessly to promote justice, equality and the rule of law in the Kurdish re­gions. KHRP’s decade and a half of success would not have been possible without the dedicated backing of our many supporters, funders, interns and volunteers. As we enter 2008 KHRP would like to extend to them all our heartfelt thanks. We wish you all a prosperous New Year.

Free copies of Newsline may be accessed and downloaded from our download library.

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