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The Kurds and the Conflict in Syria

It is nine months since Kurds took control of towns in northern Syria, having established an unprecedented coalition of Kurdish parties. Saleh Muslim Mohamed, the co-President of the most prominent Syrian Kurdish party,  will assess the progress of Kurdish politics and local government and the wider Syrian and regional context.

Registration for this seminar is now closed.

Event Details

Speaker: Saleh Muslim Mohamed, Co-President, Democratic Union Party (PYD)
Chair: Robert Lowe, LSE
Friday 3 May 2013
Time: 16.30-17.30
Location: Alumni Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE|
Attendance: This event is free and open, however registration is necessary. Registration for this seminar is now closed.



Saleh Muslim Mohamed is the Co-President of the Democratic Union Party (PYD), the Deputy General Coordinator of the National Coordination Body for Democratic Change in Syria (NCB) and a member of the Supreme Kurdish Council in Syria.