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Kurdish Human Rights Project: This is the legacy website of the Kurdish Human Rights Project, containing reports and news pertaining to human rights issues in the Kurdish Regions for 20 years.

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Charity Awards

Charity Awards

Gruber Prize

Gruber

Gruber Justice Prize

Other Useful Documents

Other useful documents from other organisations.

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Gift Aid Declaration Gift Aid DeclarationTooltip 10/21/2011 Hits: 1982
DPI Application FormTooltip 07/20/2011 Hits: 2146

DPI Application Form

Job application form - July 08 Job application form - July 08Tooltip 06/01/2011 Hits: 2434

Job Application for Development Director (Full Time)

HUMAN RIGHTS IN TURKEY: KHRP Events on Rule of Law, Freedom of Expression & Human Rights Defenders

From Monday 19 through to Thursday 22 April 2010, KHRP will host a series of events on the topic of Rule of Law, Freedom of Expression and Human Rights Defenders (HRDs) in Turkey. The events are being organised around the visit of Rehşan Bataray Saman, a board member of İnsan Hakları Derneği (the Human Rights Association of Turkey, İHD) Diyarbakır Branch, a longstanding partner organisation of the KHRP. Download KHRP’s full programme of events here

KHRP ULUSLARARASI BURS PROGRAMITooltip 03/09/2010 Hits: 4667
Turkish language version of KHRP fellowship information page.
Human rights in Europe: Decision time on the European Court of Human Rights: List of signatories to Joint NGO Appeal (as of 16 February 2010).
This report is one of a series of publications presenting the caseworking experience of the Charity Commission, with the intention of increasing understanding of a particular issue. Concentrating on charities with a registered focus on human rights, it includes a case study exploring the work of KHRP.

A Kurmanji translation of UN Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement.

The Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement have been translated into over 40 languages.
The English language edition, published by the United Nations (E/CN.4/1998/53/Add.2), is the
original language in which the Principles were drafted and is the authoritative version for
reference.
A copy of The Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement in English can be found at:

http://www.brookings.edu/fp/projects/idp/resources/GPsEnglish.pdf

The Principles were translated into Kurmanji Kurdish by Baran Rizgar (2007).