Women from TJK-F held their 3rd Congress in Paris
The 3rd Congress in Paris saw the participation of around 100 delegates.
Kurdish Women's Movement in France (Tevgera Jinên Kurd France,TJK-F) held its 3rd Congress in Paris in the Democratic Kurdish Community Center (DKTM) and saw the participation of around 100 delegates.
The hall was decorated with photos of Kurdish politician women murdered in Paris, Sakine Cansız, Fidan Doğan and Leyla Şaylemez, as well as Kurdish women martyrs Gülnaz Ege (Nuran Er), Aslı Özkaya (Aze Malazgirt) and Beritan.
European Kurdish Women's Movement (TJK-E) activist Zeynep Dersim said: “The winner of this war will be the force that will determine the future in the Middle East. From the beginning to the present, the Kurdish Movement and Kurds won in this war environment. Because they organized themselves at the right time, in the right place; they established their own autonomous administration. In fact, we can say now, all policies are determined looking at Rojava.”
If there is resistance, Dersim said, there will be attacks of the enemy. The PKK, she recalled, “has been fighting for both women's movement and the general movement for 40 years.”
The yearly work report was read and discussed by delegates.
The congress continued with the speech of TJK-F activist Dilan Amed and ended with the election of the executive and co-chairs.