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Kurdistan Emergency Appeal receives $50,000 donation from The Oil and Gas Year

London, UK (kurdistanemergency.org) - The Kurdistan Emergency Appeal has received a donation of $50,000 (about £30,000) from the Oil and Gas Year book, which publishes an annual guide to the Kurdistan Region's energy sector.

The donation was made possible by the generosity of Todd Kozel, an oil executive, and the Oil and Gas Management Services Group, an oil services company operating in Kurdistan.

 

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  • Speakers at Kurdistan Emergency Appeal launch warn that refugees who escaped genocide now face harsh winter

    FRI, 12 DEC 2014 16:21


    London, UK (www.uk.krg.org) - The Kurdistan Emergency Appeal (KEA) was launched this week at a packed rally in the House of Commons, hosted by Mary Glindon MP and chaired by Gary Kent, the Director of the all-party parliamentary group on the Kurdistan Region.


    The rally was organised by the Kurdistan Regional Government UK Representation and the APPG. The audience of nearly 200 Kurds and British friends heard from senior MPs and the UK Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Iraq, Baroness Nicholson. The British-Kurdish MP and co-chair of the APPG, Nadhim Zahawi, sent a solidarity message, published at the end. The former British military commander, Bob Stewart MP, appealed for justice for the 'wonderful Kurds.' Academics, journalists, representatives of Yezedis and Christians also gave first hand testimony.

    Speakers at Kurdistan Emergency Appeal launch warn that refugees who escaped genocide now face harsh winter

  • Winter brings fresh threat to Iraq’s refugees who fled the Isis advance

    TUE, 9 DEC 2014 17:24


    Fazel Hawramy in Dohuk, Kurdistan
    Two million Iraqis and Syrians displaced by Isis fighting face misery in teeming camps, as Kurds appeal for more help Christmas is approaching, but Christians displaced in northern Iraq are in no mood for festivities. “We won’t celebrate this year,” said 24-year old Randa Khaled, balancing a baby on her hip. “How can we celebrate? We can’t even wash.”

    Winter brings fresh threat to Iraq’s refugees who fled the Isis advance

  • Kurds start appeal to help refugees

    SUN, 7 DEC 2014 19:13


    Kurdistan is facing a humanitarian catastrophe

    Bayan Sami Abdul Rahman

    We Kurds are a nation of refugees who have often been forced to flee our homes. I have taken refuge as a child in an empty school, a flimsy summer shelter, the Kurdish mountains and, eventually, in exile in Britain. As a people, we have endured chemical bombardment, acts of genocide, massacres and oppression. Almost every Kurd I know has been a refugee at least once.

    That’s why we are hardwired to help others in the same position. But we are overwhelmed by the scale of the humanitarian catastrophe that has befallen Kurdistan and Iraq. We need urgent help..

    Kurds start appeal to help refugees


   
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