The Intellectuals Union of Jazera region held its fifth conference, with the participation of 90 delegates, where the participants called for action to raise the cultural level in the region.
AANES's Health Body discussed with deputies in the Catalan parliament the health situation in NE Syria and ways to develop it.
The authorities of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (PDK) prevented the entry of a theater group from Başûr (Southern Kurdistan) to Rojava to participate in the Martyr Yekta Hercule Theater Festival in its sixth session.
Rojava Film Commune started showing "Kobani Film" in a number of European cities, after it was shown in the cities of north and east Syria.
"Hêsa" documentary that tells story of women who were murdered and raped by ISIS mercenaries, and their struggle for freedom, won the Best Documentary Award at the Los Angeles Independent Women's Film Festival (LA).
Under the slogan "It is time to build the democratic nation culture ", The seventh Conference of Mesopotamian Movement for Democratic Culture and Art will be launched today, with attendance 200 delegates.
The Directorate of Antiquities in the Autonomous Administration of Afrin organized a seminar entitled "The destruction and theft of human cultural heritage in Afrin... the most dangerous Turkish game", with the aim of conveying the true picture of the crimes of the Turkish occupation against the culture and history of occupied Afrin.
Kurds' Notables is a history book co-authored by Bahjet Ahmed and Narine Umar that sheds light on the lives of some 24 Kurdish personages that played major roles in the Kurdish, Eastern and World literatures.
Intellectuals and writers in Rojava confirmed their support for the Kurdish language campaign that was launched in Northern Kurdistan, and said that this campaign is a source of pride for them.
Preparations are under way for the fifth edition of the Martyr Herekol Book Fair scheduled next July with a wider participation by publishing houses from Kurdistan and a number of Arab countries.
The Antiquities Directorate of Afrin region denounced the Turkish occupation state's targeting, with artillery, the archaeological Kaluta Castle in Sherawa district, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, and it appealed to the Security Council and the relevant organizations to stop Turkish violations with regard to archaeological sites.