Yesterday on November 13, Rasan arranged a seminar at the College of Sharia at the University of Sulaymaniyah which covered engagement, marriage, rights during marriage, divorce, and premature marriage.
Yesterday, Rasan organized a workshop on the LGBT+ community at the American American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS), the workshop was regarding the law, biological and psychological aspects of homosexuality. At the end of the workshop, all the participants, except for one person, said that they supported LGBT+ rights, while most of them were neutralContinue reading Rasan’s workshop at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani about LGBT+
Rasan has made a series of educational videos about LGBT+ in the Kurdish language. The first video of the series: second video of the series: third video of the series:
Rasan has arranged a presentation for students of the public University of Sulaimaniyah, for the Basic Education department, on women rights.
Briefing As Rasan Organization, we managed to arrange a workshop on some of the most sensitive and critical issues in the Iraqi society. Our Target Guests were religious leaders, Parliament Members, Judges, lawyers, Activists, and others. Rasan has always worked on extra sensitive and crosscutting issues that are necessary, but almost no one works on.Continue reading Seminar for Iraqi leaders on abortion and Missiar Marriage
Rasan has held a seminar at the Chamchamal Public Library on October 7, 2019. The seminar was held successfully and the people who attended it had a positive feedback on it. The seminar was one of the seminar chains funded by KTK and arranged by Rasan. Rasan encouraged the women attendees to find jobs andContinue reading Seminar at Chamchamal’s Public Library
Rasan Organization made a short movie that describes the situation of LGBT+ individuals in the Kurdish community to support LGBTI rights and coexistence. This story is based from fiction, and it’s not the story of one particular person. Names, characters, businesses, places, are the product of the scenarist team . Any resemblance to actual personsContinue reading Short movie about being LGBT+ in Iraq