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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 Justice Prize

2004 Annual Report - Page 8
Article Index
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Special Project: Feasability Study



KHRP undertakes the majority of its work in promoting and protecting human rights in the Kurdish regions through its closely-integrated main projects. Working as a project-based organisation allows KHRP to respond flexibly to situations of immediate concern. Nevertheless, where there is a particularly grave or imminent threat to the protection of human rights, KHRP implements additional 'special projects' to enable it to provide dedicated resources to that threat.


Following its tenth anniversary in 2002, KHRP board members, staff and stakeholders considered it would be worthwhile to assess the organisation's achievements over the past decade and to explore new opportunities by which to fulfil the organisation's objectives. In 2003, a feasibility study was commenced to provide an assessment of the current needs of the Kurdish community. The study also identifies appropriate contributions that KHRP could make to the alleviation of the problems faced by the Kurdish community as a whole. The study continued throughout 2004 and is expected to have a dramatic impact on the organisation's work in 2005. KHRP is grateful for the financial support of Atlantic Philanthropies in undertaking this feasibility study.