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Supporting the Youth Union in Norway in relation to 22 of Tir in Brussels our unity and homogeneity.
In this regard, the Youth Union in the country of Norway sells scarves with the design of our honourable leader, Dr. Ghasemlou, for the March rally of Brussels.
To buy scarves you can do it from first to seventh of this month.
The price of a scarf per person is 150 Krone.

Explanation:
The price of the scarf is 100 Krone for those who are members of the Union or their children are members. It is necessary that name and phone number of the member should to be sent.


Account Number: 50820799892
vipps: 46430431


People who want to buy scarf in the day of rally can pay cash or pay via a bank card (bank terminal). According to banks, a scarf costs 15 euros.


Scarf Delivery:
Those who buy scarfs now or until the day of march will be delivered on the same day and others who use bus will be delivered in the bus.
The preparation and sale of these scarves is in the hand of Central Committee of Youth Union in Norway. They have yellow clothes and the Youth Union logo, so that you can find them to get the scarves.
According to the Executive Order of the Central Committee of 22 of Tir (Brussels), the sale of scarves is exclusively available to the Youth Union of the Democratic party of Iranian Kurdistan.

For more information and to buy scarves reach these numbers:
roshana: 46430431
hazhar: 48618796
Diaco: 46230094

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Queer working group 2019 took place in Vienna, Austria from the 13th to 16th of June. 
Paywand ramazani and kazhan Piri represented DYUIK. 
 
The meeting started 13th of June with a network meeting with NGOs & activists on campaigning & networking 
 
Second day of the meeting 
the participants started with introduction and the situation of queer rights in their countries. 
At this panel each participant presented a report from the queer rights in their own country and the challenges they are facing at the current situation. And involving at different debates about queer community and what we can do as youth socialist to help queer people and building a save community for them.
 
Later that day the our representer participated at:
 
-Workshop -Queer allyship and socialism
- Panel with SOHO and rainbow Rose-fighting the blacklash-be the change.
-Workshop on creating a roadmap for Yearly work.
- Euro Pride Parade
 
 

 

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Members, fans, and friends of the Democratic Youth Union of Iranian Kurdistan! We are pleased to announce that the Youth Union has been working on the publication of the monthly magazine of the youth with the aim of educating and promoting the intellectual and scientific level of the youth, and in this regard, we are trying to make this monthly magazine as a clear voice for the youth and a place to spread the vision and voice of youth freedom in different dimensions. We also strive to disseminate the monthly magazine in a modern fashion on social networks and, with our practice, we can respond to today youth matters and all of them who help the youth in different fields.

 

Through this announcement, we invite all intellectuals, writers, members, supporters and friends of the Democratic Youth Union of Iranian Kurdistan to contribute to the success and continuation of the publication of the magazine. You can use the following information to send us your writings, documents and poetry in Kurdish and Persian languages.

 

E-mail: ئەم ئیمەیڵە پارێزراوە لە سپام, پێویستە جاڤا سکریپت چالاک بکەیت بۆ بینینی.
Telegram: @mangnamei_lawan
Tell: 009647511067405

 

Board members of the magazine:

 

Editor-in-chief: Omar Faxradin Far
Responsible for the Kurdish Department: Rebwar Masoudi
Responsible for the Persian Department: Souran Shamsi
Designer: Keiwan Gholamali

 

We appreciate your cooperation in advance

 

Democratic Youth Union of Iranian Kurdistan
Executive board of the magazine

 

 

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Forced Hijab law in Iran in 1362, made by Islamic Consultative Assembly, has considered punishment for non-compliance with the hijab in the general public.

According to article 141 of the Islamic Penal Code, "Everyone practically in the public eye, in public places, and in passages pretending to act in the form of a haram, in addition to a punishment, is imprisoned from 10 days to two months, or 74 lashes, and if her action is not punishable, but she hurt the public virtue, she will be sentenced to 10 days to two months or 74 lashes. And in the annex is "Women who appear without hijab in passages and in public, will be sentenced from 10 days to two months.

According to the documents and papers published in the newspapers in 1357, the first spark of forced veil was seen in Esfand of 1357, less than a month after the revolution. A day before March 8, International Women's Day, while various political groups were preparing to hold the first International Women's Day in Iran, Keyhan newspaper published this title: "Women should go to their offices with veil."


A group of students gathered at the University of Tehran in 23 of Ordibehesh in protest of the plan of virtue and veil.


What role do students play in this situation?

Students are the most informed and most enlightened social strata. The role of this progressive stratum is to guide the popular movement and focus on the slogans and demands of the people. Students know that the Iranian society is not mismanaged in the ministries or the offices and factories, and also the problem is not that the government does not even have expertise and effectiveness.
The problem is precisely political. The problem is in a corrupt and criminal regime that, due to its terrorist nature, can not even solve the smaller issues of society.

For this reason, student activity can focus on these issues during this period:
Confronting the atmosphere of intimidation in universities by holding protest rallies and distributing illuminating declarations and slogans against government
Students can play a role in contributing to solidarity among different strata
Students can also promote popular protests in relation to collapsing the state.

Basij and security forces at University of Tehran attacked students of the university who were protesting against forced Hijab.
Students of the University of Tehran, today 23 of Ordibehesht 1398, published a call to protest the clerical plans of hijab and virtue. And they demanded from all students and professors and liberators that they protest against the severe pressure on students.

In this gathering, slogans such as "Student dies, but doesn’t accept humiliation", "Reformists, Principalists, the story has come to an end now!" and "Unemployment, Forced Labor, Forced Hijab". Uniformed Basij forces and at the top of them, the Revolutionary Guard's terrorist forces, attacked the students and beat them.


According to released videos, the gathering has been violent following a student basij attack and a security guard at the University of Tehran.

Students gathered at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Tehran, and then gathered for lectures at the college's amphitheater.
According to reports, the frontline conflict began on the Faculty of Fine Arts and peaked in the amphitheater.
In their slogans, students protested on double discrimination against women at the university.
The gathering was set up in response to a call issued by independent student associations on social networks a few days ago. These protests were formed of the country's most intellectual circle and it could be the beginning of a movement that is widespread against a regime that has deprived its nation from most basic rights for 40 years.

 

 

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Dlnia Piry and Paywand Ramazani represented DYUIK
 
DYUIK’s Article At The IUSY’s 2019 Mediterranean Committee Conference
 
Our representatives began with introducing DYUIK to the other participants, and a General explanation about kurdistan and specially Iranian Kurdistan. By putting forward what are the challenges that the youth are facing in the iranian Kurdistan. Then continued with a presentation about the current situation in Iranian Kurdistan, and DYUIK’s stand in Iranian.
Possessing a history of 73 years, since its establishment DYUIK has been struggling against dictatorship during both pre and post era of Islamic Regime of Iran. The desire,will and ambition of Iranian people especially Kurds and Baluchs have been taken for granted by the regime. Kurds are only considered as a minor part of Iran despite the fact that we have a population of nearly 12 millions. Kurds don't have the right to study in their own language and are not recognized as indigenous people of Iran. The people of Iran generally and Kurdistan specifically are suffering from hunger and high prices. Moreover Juvenile class as an integral part of the society cannot find jobs and work in governmental establishments despite holding high degrees in various disciplines. A high rate of suicide among kurdish youths basically emanates from poverty.
 
Inequality between male and female is at its peak, and military forces imprison them if they can't prove that they are married or siblings. Girls and women are forcefully obliged to wear scarf (veil), and this is predominantly against how they actually want to live. 
 
In addition, the government allows girls aged below 14 to get married. 
In terms of economy, Eastern Kurdistan owns a huge amount of natural resources that can benefit the people, but they have been neglected by the regime in order to avoid the development of the area. 
Kurdish Nation has always strived for freedom and peace, but in Iran freedom of speech does not exist and the biggest rate of political prisoners and those politically executed are Kurds.
 
The current Iranian regime is the manifestation of a simultaneous co-existence of populism and neo-liberalism. The Iranian populism which hides itself behind an Islamic revolutionary Islamic propaganda engenders systematically and harshly the repression of all oppositional political aspirations and formations as well as the suppression and discrimination of those ethnic and religious populations who are considered as non-compatible with the populist outlines of the dominant politics. We, as the representative for a Kurdish youth organization have access to a great deal of credible evidence showing this destructive situation. The Kurdish people of Iran has been the subject of a systematic maltreatment since the emergence of the Iranian state, specially during the last 40 years of the Islamic regime. As a neoliberal economic model, Iran is today a fertile ground for a great number of regime-related oligarchs who extract huge profit from the exploitation and impoverishment of the entire Iranian population. The living condition of Iranian household is deplorable. We can talk about the loss of dignity and a rapidly growing misery that go beyond our imaginations.
 
As we mentioned previously, the principal outline of Iranian politics -both domestic and foreign politics- is motivated by an Islamic ideology which has been omnipresent since the victory of the Iranian Islamic revolution since 1979. This kind of revolutionary ideology is extremely discriminatory and excluding all the greater part of the country’s cultural, political and ethnic diversity from the public space.
According to our perspectives, the major challenges could be related to the role of politics and the democratic institution of our states. The politics must have much more to says vis-à-vis the global economy and try to find constructive policies and outlines for more relevant negotiations and mutual solutions. We need to convince economic actors the best way for all of
 
us is the enforcement of democratic institutions and the safeguard of the welfare state. In the contrary case, the populism and neoliberalism as two associated regimes of economy and politics continue to growth and as a consequence racism and discrimination of human beings.