An event was organised in the state of Chihuahua in Mexico as part of the ‘Freedom for Öcalan – A Political Solution to the Kurdish Question’ campaign. The event unfolded within the framework of the 10 December Öcalan Books Day.
Held at the Anthropology and History School of North Mexico, the event saw the participation of around 50 students and academics. The gathering served as a platform to engage in discussions surrounding the political writings of Abdullah Öcalan and his proposed political solutions for the Kurdish question.
A section of Öcalan’s analysis on the women’s revolution was read aloud during the two-hour event, sparking conversations on the paradigm of Democratic Confederalism. The participants delved into the intricacies of Öcalan’s perspectives, exploring their relevance to current global political landscapes and their potential implications for addressing issues in the Middle East.