Kurdistan สาธารณะ
[search 0]
เพิ่มเติม
ดาวน์โหลดแอปเลย!
show episodes
 
Artwork

1
Kurdistan in America

Kurdistan Regional Government Representation in the United States

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายเดือน
 
"The 'Kurdistan in America' podcast is the official voice of the Kurdistan Regional Government Representation in the United States, headquartered in Washington, DC. Its primary objective is to delve into the rich ties between Kurdistan and the United States. Now in its fourth season, this English-language podcast is published monthly, covering a broad spectrum of subjects such as art, culture, security, politics, humanitarian issues, and economics. We're proud to announce that 'Kurdistan in ...
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Inside Kurdistan

KurdistanIN

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
รายเดือน
 
Inside Kurdistan brings insight to cultural and political developments in the Autonomous Kurdistan Region of Iraq for an international audience. We focus on a broad range of topics related to Kurdish culture, bringing context and coverage through interviews with experts and first-hand accounts to help provide a responsible perspective on what's happening in the region, Iraq and the Middle East as a whole.
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
Welcome to 'The Kurdistan in America' podcast, the official podcast of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Representation in the United States. Hosted by Delovan Barwari, the main objective of this podcast is to delve into the rich ties between Kurdistan and the United States. In the fifth episode of season five, we are honored to host Dr. Caro…
  continue reading
 
Welcome to 'The Kurdistan in America' podcast, the official podcast of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Representation in the United States. In this fourth episode of season five, host Delovan Barwari welcomes Mr. Stephen Fox, a PhD student at the University of Kentucky's Department of Anthropology, where he also serves as a Graduate Teachin…
  continue reading
 
Welcome to 'The Kurdistan in America' podcast, the official podcast of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Representation in the United States. In this episode, host Delovan Barwari welcomes Professor David Romano, the Thomas G. Strong Chair in Middle East Politics at Missouri State University. Dr. Romano is the author of "The Kurdish Nationali…
  continue reading
 
Welcome to 'The Kurdistan in America' podcast, the official podcast of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Representation in the United States. In this second episode of season five, hosted by Delovan Barwari, we are honored to have a very special guest, Mr. Falah Mustafa. Mr. Falah Mustafa, Special Assistant for Foreign Affairs to the Presiden…
  continue reading
 
Welcome to 'The Kurdistan in America' podcast, the official podcast of the KRG Representation in Washington DC, hosted by Delovan Barwari. In the Season Five kickoff episode, we are honored to welcome Dr. Yerevan Saeed, the Mustafa Barzani Scholar in Residence at American University and a Non-Resident Fellow at the Arab Gulf States Institute. In th…
  continue reading
 
Welcome to a new episode of the 'Kurdistan in America' podcast, marking our twelfth and final episode of Season Four. We are honored to feature Ms. Bonnie Carroll, the president and founder of the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), a non-governmental organization dedicated to supporting families affected by military losses. As we appr…
  continue reading
 
Welcome to a new episode of the 'Kurdistan in America' podcast, marking our eleventh episode of Season Four. We are honored to feature retired Brigadier General Ernest C. Audino, a renowned strategic military leader and a seasoned expert in national security and foreign policy. General Audino serves as the District Director for U.S. Congressman Mic…
  continue reading
 
Welcome to another insightful episode of the "Kurdistan in America" podcast, our tenth episode of Season Four. We are privileged to have Dr. Michael Knights, a renowned Middle East expert from The Washington Institute, join us. Dr. Knights is the Jill and Jay Bernstein Fellow at The Washington Institute, specializing in the military and security af…
  continue reading
 
Welcome to another engaging episode of the Kurdistan in America podcast: our ninth episode of Season Four. We're honored to host a seasoned guest, Myles B. Caggins III. Myles, a retired U.S. Army colonel, has transitioned into a crucial role as the spokesperson for The Association of the Petroleum Industry of Kurdistan, known as APIKUR. His shift f…
  continue reading
 
Welcome to the eighth episode of Season Four of the Kurdistan in America podcast. We are delighted to have Dr. Nahro Zagros, the Editor-in-Chief of Kurdistan Chronicle, as our distinguished guest. Dr. Zagros, previously the Vice President of Soran University, currently serves as a Senior Fellow at the Gold Institute for International Strategy in Wa…
  continue reading
 
April Cuenca is from the Philippines. She moved two Erbil about two years ago and is a grants manager in Shareteah Humanitarian Organisation (SHO). She is also a certified yoga teacher, certified in trauma informed yoga, sound healing and therapy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย KurdistanIN
  continue reading
 
Welcome to the seventh episode of Season Four of the Kurdistan in America podcast. We are honored to have Minister Safeen Muhsin Dizayee, Kurdistan Region's top diplomat and head of the Department of Foreign Relations, as our special guest. With an impressive track record, Minister Dizayee previously served as the Chief of Staff to the former KRG P…
  continue reading
 
Stella Martany is a fixer and journalist based out of Erbil. Like many fixers in KRI, she got her start covering the war against ISIS in Mosul, but she joins me today to talk about how she's developed since then, explaining the differences between reporting during and after the war and the challenges with both. See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
  continue reading
 
The Kurdistan in America podcast is honored to have Bayan Sami Abdul Rahman, the Kurdistan Regional Government Representative to the United States, as its guest in episode 6 of season four. Ms Abdul Rahman was appointed the KRG envoy to the United States in 2015 and is about to embark on a new chapter of her career in public service by taking on th…
  continue reading
 
Isadora Gotts is a Ph. D. student whose background is primarily focused around Mosul's shifting economy after the 2017 liberation. She has now expanded her research towards focusing on the city's economic and cultural outlook as whole, with a particular emphasis towards its municipal planning and layout as well as how its economy affects and intera…
  continue reading
 
It's an Inside Kurdistan Pride extravaganza! Today we're joined by Lilith, an advocate and KRI transplant to come give us some of the best stories fun facts of past civilizations' queer icons. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย KurdistanIN
  continue reading
 
In the second episode of our fixer series, Nasir talks about his background growing up in and leaving Iran, his work in Syria during the war from 2014-2018 and his continued work in KRI, specifically with his work as a translator and remote fixer during the past year's uprising in his home country. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informatio…
  continue reading
 
Halan Akoiy is a fixer and producer in KRI and Iraq. He began his career covering the ISIS conflict in Mosul and has since branched out into delving into the cultural relations and history that defines contemporary Iraq and Kurdistan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย KurdistanIN
  continue reading
 
The Kurdistan in America podcast is proud to present an interview with two special and distinguished guests, a father and son, in the fifth episode of Season Four. We are honored to have Ariel Sabar, an acclaimed author, and Professor Yona Sabar, the central figure of Ariel’s book, ‘My Father's Paradise.’ In this episode, we hope to deepen our unde…
  continue reading
 
Dr. Barwari is a former KRG and Iraqi Federal Government Minister whose work in public planning after the fall of the Ba'athist regime in the country helped to define both Iraq and KRI in the following decades. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.โดย KurdistanIN
  continue reading
 
With job recruiting becoming more decentralized and the influence of Artificial Intelligence growing, it's important to examine how the cultural values of a region may affect a vital aspect like employment. Carwan Rasoal is the founder and CEO of Genvalues, a job recruitment site that puts an emphasis on the ethical values of an employee- specifica…
  continue reading
 
Brenda Hershey is the president and founder of TRY Global- be sure to check out their information below. https://www.tryglobal.org/ Upcoming training in Erbil (May 26-27): https://www.tryglobal.org/iraq Donate to Syria project: https://gogetfunding.com/help-folks-in-northeast-syria-bring-trauma-recovery-yoga-to-their-communities/ Our research study…
  continue reading
 
The Kurdistan in America podcast is proud to present an interview with two distinguished guests in the fourth episode of Season Four. We are honored to have on our show Minister Mohammad Shukri, Chairman of the Kurdistan Board of Investment, and Ms. Carez Dargallay, Head of the Board’s Foreign Direct Investment Unit. Through our discussion, we hope…
  continue reading
 
Below are some of PLAY 97.1's programs, check them out here: "The Morning Show" is live three times a week at 8 AM and brings both local and global updates on entertainment and the media world alongside new music releases and artist updates, presented in local, easy-to relate-to Kurdish. Every week the show is joined by an interesting guest and the…
  continue reading
 
Water is one of the most important growing topics in Iraq and KRI, and the most important aspect of understanding the water crisis of the region is understanding the historical decisions, from both the public and private sectors, that has allowed for pollution, drought and disease to spread and affect hundreds of communities whose futures are now a…
  continue reading
 
Understanding the importance of climate change is difficult without understanding the larger economic political and cultural systems that have allowed the planet to get to the point where it is today. Intersectionality is a philosophical approach toward understanding the relationship between an unlimited number of different factors that indicate wh…
  continue reading
 
The Kurdistan in America podcast is honored to have Lieutenant Colonel Eric Howard as our guest in the third episode of Season Four. In this special episode, we commemorate the 20th anniversary of the liberation of Iraq. March 20th, 2003 marked the beginning of the Second Gulf War. For the Kurdish people and the vast majority of Iraqis, it was a mo…
  continue reading
 
While we've touched on mental health through many different perspectives in the region, we've never actually covered one of the chief perpetrators of mental health issues in Iraq and KRI. The past 20 years of conflict has touched every single person in this region and the effects of first and second-hand trauma are complicated and vary on each indi…
  continue reading
 
Children's rights is a difficult topic to cover in this region. This is largely due to a lack of centralized legislation around the topic. There are labor laws, education laws and criminal laws, but there is no centrally codified legislation that protects children in Iraq. This leads to a variety of different human rights infringements here, child …
  continue reading
 
There are three major categories to focus on with regards to real estate in Iraq and KRI. The first two are financial and infrastructural, the money that changes hands here and the development plans that have rapidly changed certain areas of the cities in the region. But the third category - environmental sustainability - often goes overlooked. Whi…
  continue reading
 
The Kurdistan in America podcast is honored to have Nashville Mayor John Cooper as our guest in the second episode of Season Four. Nashville is often referred to as Little Kurdistan for its large and vibrant Kurdish community. Mr. Cooper was elected Mayor of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County in 2019, having previously ser…
  continue reading
 
Lelo majeed is the first woman to complete the Sandhurst Military Training Program for international military personnel. We discuss her training as well as the current situation with the Peshmerga forces and the political developments of the past six months due to the uprising in Iran See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
  continue reading
 
There are three major factors to consider when discussing real estate in Iraq: money and infrastructural issues often dominate the conversation. But the importance of environmentally sustainable construction is increasingly dominating the conversation around development in the country. Passive House construction is based around the concept of a sin…
  continue reading
 
The idea of digital records is a fundamental cornerstone for well established, developed democracies all around the world. It's easy to take digitalization for granted. But the struggle to implement a digital system for areas such as migration, education and health is Deputy Minster Hiwa Afandi's task in the Kurdistan Regional Government. We discus…
  continue reading
 
Mohammad Shwany is the CEO and founder of the Real Estate company Malumulk here in Erbil. In our conversation we talk about the economic system that has allowed for development, real estate and property ownership to skyrocket in this city. But we also focus on the weak points of that system, for example the lack of incentive to focus on safety, in …
  continue reading
 
There's not really much of a description to write for Namo Socks. We just liked the socks and decided to do a quick podcast interview. Check out Namo's website below, as well as our video below. https://kurdistanin.net/blog/namo-socks https://namosocks.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
  continue reading
 
In this second interview concerning abuse and exploitation committed against migrant workers, we speak with Brenda, who focuses on the issues workers from Ghana face in Erbil, KRI and Iraq. Specifically, we focus on the consequences of expired residency (iqama) that traps many Ghanaians in the country after their work contracts have expired. See om…
  continue reading
 
The Kurdistan in America podcast is honored to have Ms. Jennifer Gavito as our guest in the first episode of Season Four. Ms. Gavito is the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Iran, Iraq, and Public Diplomacy at the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs. She previously served as the Minister-Counselor for Political Affairs at the US Embassy in London. She has …
  continue reading
 
Naseem Azeez is an activist focusing on sustainable development goals in Iraq and Kurdistan. She's specializing in climate action, gender equality and Below, she's provided information on the Hurricane Island Project and how to vote for her: 1. Open the link: https://upglive.org/vote-naseem 2. Click on "Register to vote" and fill in the data. 3. Su…
  continue reading
 
With anti-advocacy legislation still in play in the Kurdistan Regional Government's Parliament, the situation for the queer community in Iraq and Kurdistan is more uncertain than it has been in decades. In this first of two episodes with guest Kween B, we explore the complicated nature of gender and politics in the region, as well as the issues the…
  continue reading
 
In the last interview from the Duhok International Film Festival, Mano Khalil discusses his film: Neighbors, a film that explores a Syrian village's Arabization as Assad's Baathist regime begins to assert it's influence in the northern Kurdish region of the country. The story focuses on 6-year-old Sero, as he observes his classes change with a new …
  continue reading
 
The Kurdistan in America podcast is honored to have Mr. Martin Manna as our guest in the twelfth episode of Season Three. Mr. Martin Manna is the President of the Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce and Chaldean Community Foundation. The Chaldean Chamber of Commerce represents the estimated 25,000 Chaldean-owned businesses in Michigan. The Chalde…
  continue reading
 
Sean Wang's film: A Marble Travelogue, may not seem like it has much to do with the Kurdistan Region on it's surface. The documentary follows China's growing demand for marble, specifically marble sourced from an economically struggling Greece. The film explores the complicated nature of modern globalized capitalism. Different aspects of the indust…
  continue reading
 
In this first of three different director interviews from the Duhok International Film Festival, Kurdish Director, Actor and Documentarian Kae Bahar talks about the needs of Kurdish media in the future, as well as his own short film submission: Where Was I? Kae Bahar's Website, Joka Films: https://www.jokafilms.com/English/ Where Was I? Trailer: ht…
  continue reading
 
In this episode, the first of a series of different conversations collected from the Duhok International Film Festival, I sat down with cinematographer Muriel Aboulrouss. She serves as a jury at the festival this year, as well as an instructor in the festival's Nuhat program. We discuss her own artistic approach to film, as well as her insight into…
  continue reading
 
The Kurdistan Region of Iraq sits in a very precarious position when it comes to international diplomacy, and one of the consequences of this position is the inability for migrant workers to access proper legal aid and safety from abusive and exploitative employers. Christine Chatto Luna is a business owner and president of the Filipino overseas co…
  continue reading
 
The Kurdistan in America podcast is honored to have Mr. Jonathan Lord as its guest in the eleventh episode of Season Three. Mr. Lord is a Senior Fellow and Director of the Middle East Security Program at the Center for a New American Security. He previously served as the Iraq country director in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Poli…
  continue reading
 
Jaco Beerends is the Consul General for the Netherlands in KRI. His agenda contains five different pillars, including focusing on local economics and security to ensure growth in the Kurdistan region as well as with Dutch-Kurdish relations in the future. In particular, we focus on agricultural sustainability and conservation as a cornerstone for th…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

คู่มืออ้างอิงด่วน