Environmentalist Ayboga talks about consequences of Covid-19
Ercan Ayboga is active in the Mesopotamian Ecology Movement. He was interviewed by Dr. Jeff Miley about the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic in North Kurdistan and the rest of Turkey.
In the second of a series of interviews about the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic in North Kurdistan and the rest of Turkey, and about the response of the Kurdish freedom movement, Dr. Jeff Miley spoke to Ercan Ayboga.
Ercan Ayboga has worked in the town administration of Diyarbakir (Amed) and was co-coordinator of International Relations and heritage sites, including the urban Tigris River project.
At the same time is active in the Mesopotamian Ecology Movement, based in Turkish-Kurdistan. He is a co-author of Revolution in Rojava: Democratic Autonomy and Women’s Liberation in the Syrian Kurdistan (Pluto Press, 2016) which has been published also into German, Russian, Italian, Spanish and Greek.
This interview is part of a series of conversations on People-Centred Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic.