Seminar week in Turin discusses Abdullah Öcalan's perspectives

At the University of Turin, internationalist youths and young women organised a seminar week to discuss the problems of women's liberation and World War 3 from the perspective of Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan.

Since mid-May, students at the University of Turin in Italy, have occupied the university in protest against Israel's attacks on the Palestinian people. During the occupation, internationalist youths organised seminars within the framework of Abdullah Öcalan's "Democratic, Ecological and Women's Libertarian" paradigm.

The seminars were organised at regular intervals and addressed important issues such as women's liberation and World War 3.

Day 1

On the first day, a seminar organised by the young internationalist women's movement discussed the five principles of women's liberation ideology. More than 60 young people attended the seminar. The history of patriarchy, the line of women's liberation and Abdullah Öcalan's contribution to the women's liberation struggle were discussed. The musical "Keziya Sor" by the music group Hîlala Zêrîn Efrîn was performed.

Day 2

On the second day, the seminar discussed World War 3 and the international conspiracy against Abdullah Öcalan with the participation of more than 60 young people. The current conflicts, energy pipelines, special war methodology and the necessity of the unity of democratic forces were discussed. In addition, the change of war over time, the concept of Art, Sport and Sex, cognitive warfare and the ideological war of liberalism on society were detailed. At the end of the seminar, the campaign "Freedom for Leader Öcalan, a Political Solution to the Kurdish Question" was introduced.

Seminar at Polytechnic University

Another address of the seminars was the Polytechnic University of Turin. Geopolitics, resistance, special warfare and the unification of democratic forces were discussed. In this seminar, which was attended by about 20 students, stands with various books, including those of Abdullah Öcalan, were opened.

For the freedom of Abdullah Öcalan

During the week, stands were opened demanding the physical freedom of Abdullah Öcalan and presenting his ideas. At the two occupied universities in Turin, the Palazzo Nuovo of the University of Turin and the Polytechnic Institute of Turin, dozens of young people and students made contact with the philosophy of the Freedom Movement.