Jinwar Women’s Village is an ecological women’s village in North and East Syria (Rojava). In Jinwar, women and children are creating a life together based on ecology, democracy and the liberation of women.
Life in the village is communal, with a co-operatively run bakery, a school, a health clinic… a place for women to collectively rediscover, re-establish, and reclaim their inherent freedom.
Kurdistan Solidarity Network took part in conversation with residents of Jinwar on Monday 28 June, to learn about life in a free women’s village, and how women’s liberation and the ecological pillar of the Kurdish freedom movement come together there in daily life.
You can watch a recording of the event here.
Please note: the internet connection and, therefore, the sound quality is not great at certain moments during the talk. We are hoping to make a transcript available. If this is something you can assist with, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more at our facebook event page.
You can find out more and keep in touch with Jinwar on Facebook.
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