Non-Violent Resistance in Iranian Kurdistan After 1979

@inproceedings{Hassaniyan2019NonViolentRI,
  title={Non-Violent Resistance in Iranian Kurdistan After 1979},
  author={Allan Hassaniyan},
  year={2019}
}
This paper sheds light on the significance of the 1979 Iranian Revolution for the Iranian Kurdish movement, arguing that the Revolution provided Iranian Kurds with multifaceted opportunities as well as challenges. In the ensuing years, the Kurdish movement entered into a new phase of its rise. With the emergence of numerous civil society organizations and political parties, the Kurdish movement experienced a hitherto unprecedented growth and diversification of actors and organisations. Kurdish… 
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