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Yasa - Kurdish Centre for Legal
Studies & Consultancy

Postfach 7624
53076 Bonn
Germany

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Reports

- YASA monthly report - March 2012 PDF

- YASA monthly report - Juli 2011 PDF

- YASA monthly report - May 2011 PDF

- YASA monthly report - April 2011 PDF

- YASA monthly report - March 2011 PDF

- YASA monthly report - February 2011 PDF

- YASA monthly report - January 2011 PDF

- YASA monthly report - December 2010 PDF

- YASA monthly report - November 2010 PDF

- YASA monthly report - October 2010 PDF

- YASA monthly report - September 2010 PDF

- YASA monthly report - August 2010 PDF

- YASA monthly report - July 2010 PDF

- YASA monthly report - May and June 2010 PDF

- YASA monthly report - April 2010 PDF

- YASA monthly report - March 2010 PDF

- YASA monthly report - February 2010 PDF

- YASA monthly report - January 2010 PDF

- YASA monthly report - December 2009 PDF

- YASA monthly report - November 2009 PDF

- YASA monthly report - October 2009 PDF

- YASA monthly report - September 2009 PDF

- YASA monthly report - August 2009 PDF

- YASA monthly report - July 2009 PDF

- Violence against women – Reasons, forms and consequences Kurdish women as an example
Dr. Midia Abdul Majid Mahmoud 
PDF 

- Report about the stateless and not-registered Kurds in Syria
Committees for the defence of democracy freedoms and human rights in Syria PDF

The past and the present of book publishing in Kurdish language in Syria
Next Page Foundation - conducted by M. Malmisanij PDF

Syria: Kurds, Honour-killings and Illegal Departure 
Report from a fact finding mission to Damascus - Danish Immigration Service. PDF

The Situation of stateless Kurds in Syria
Written by Eva Savelsberg and Siamend Hajo (German PDF)

The Syria - Turkey Boundary
Office of the Geographer - Bureau of Intelligence and Research in English PDF and in Arabic 
PDF

- YASA Statement about the situation and requirements of the Kurds in Syria at the twelvth 
session of the Working Group on Minorities in Geneva from 8 to 11 August 2006. PDF

- The reply of the representative of the Syrian gevernment at the twelvth 
session of the Working Group on Minorities in Geneva from 8 to 11 August 2006. PDF

- The Kurds of Syria - An existence denied
Harriet MontgomeryPDF

The Kurdish Reawakening in Syria
Gary C. Gambill, editor of Mideast MonitorPDF

Kurds in the Syrian Arab Republic one year after the March 2004 events.
Amnesty International. PDF

- Communication against Syria. 
Submitted by Jian Badrakhan to the UN 2005. PDF

Buried Alive: Stateless Kurds in Syria
Maureen Lynch and Perveen Ali, Refugees InternationalPDF

- The Syrian Kurds: A People Discovered
Robert Lowe, Chatham House. PDF

- Report of the Working Group on Minorities on its eleventh session 
(Geneva, 30 May to 3 June 2005) PDF

- Statement about the situation and requirements of the Kurds in Syria in the eleventh
session of the Working Group on Minorities in Geneva from 30 May to 3 June 2005. 
(Aref Gabeau in Arabic) PDF

- Statement about the situation and requirements of the Kurds in Syria in the eleventh 
session of the Working Group on Minorities in Geneva from 30 May to 3 June 2005.
(Jian Badrakhan in English) PDF

- Communication against Syria submitted by Jian Badrakhan to the UN. PDF

- The silenced Kurds - Human Rights Watch PDF