Kurdish Cultural Festival: Sunday 30 July, Quorn, UK

A great FREE event for all the family, with children’s activities, organised by the General Federation of Trade Unions, Freedom for Ocalan Campaign, Peace in Kurdistan, Kurdish People’s Assembly UK, Kurdish Youth Movement and KNK (Kurdish National Congress) UK. With workshops, music by internationally renowned performers, a series of short, brilliant Kurdish films and 3-course Kurdish meals.

  • Sunday 30th July 2017, 1pm-9pm
  • Quorn Grange Hotel Wood Lane, Quorn LE12 8DB  (Quorn is a village near Loughborough)


  • Salih Muslim – PYD
  • Christine Blower – International Officer, National Union of Teachers
  • Simon Dubbins – International Officer, Unite the Union, and Freedom for Ocalan Campaign
  • Vasiliki Scurfield – writer, activist and the mother of the martyred friend of the Kurds Kosta Scurfield.


  • Kurdish Women’s Revolution in Middle East
  • Freedom for Ocalan; Restart the Peace Process Now
  • Rojava
  • Kurdish Question and Political Solution

For full details of the Festival programme download the brochure (pdf)

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One Response to Kurdish Cultural Festival: Sunday 30 July, Quorn, UK
  1. Michael McGinn
    July 6, 2017 | 07:56

    This is just what is needed to showcase the extraordinary development that is Rojava.In a geographical setting dominated by patriarchal authoritarianism, Rojava is a shining example of an alternative form of human governance based on secular, egalitarian, inclusive and democratic principles.We can all learn much from this initiative.
    That the people constructing, administering and protecting Rojava are also fighting a war on several fronts against insidious enemies makes this initiative all the more remarkable.Come along and see for yourself.

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