Anya Briy is a PhD student in Sociology, based in NY, doing a comparative research on the Kurdish movement and indigenous movements in Mexico. She is also a steering committee member of Emergency Committee for Rojava (ECR).
Published in: democraciaAbiertaZapatistas: lições de auto-organização comunitária
Tentativas de abolir a polícia e substituí-la por uma justiça comunitária está ganhando força nos EUA. Os zapatistas...
Published in: democraciaAbierta: InvestigationZapatistas: Lessons in community self-organisation in Mexico
As the first attempt to abolish police are under way in the US, meet the communities that have been experimenting...
Published in: democraciaAbierta: InvestigationZapatistas: lecciones de auto-organización comunitaria
El primer intento de abolir la policía y reemplazarla con justicia transformadora basada en la comunidad está en...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaRojava: statelessness in a time of pandemic
Lack of international recognition as a state has disastrous consequences on an area already suffering from war and...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaKurdish women’s experience of state violence in Turkey
An Interview with the Migration Monitoring Association (GÖÇİZDER) that illuminates the invisible aspects of the war...
Published in: HomeThe theory and practice of the Kurdish Women’s Movement: an interview in Diyarbakir
“The problems confronting women because they are women seem only to be growing. So we should stop and think what is missing.”