Online Seminars

Our online scientific seminars have been available since August 2023. We offer them at irregular intervals via our ZOOM account. Please watch for new announcements.

For more information on the series, please scroll all the way down. We publish seminars that have already been held on our YouTube channel.

Our last seminar was held by Sirwan Mohammadi on May 26, 2024. He held it in Kurdish and English.

Here is the link to the seminar on our YouTube channel:

The link to this seminar you find our YouTube channel

These Scientific Online Seminars have been held since August 2023. They will be continued on an ongoing basis.

We would like to thank Yado Rahmani for the successful planning and implementation since August  2023, and Sirwan Renas for his support, as well as all others actively involved in this.

Review of

 Online Seminars held in 2022

 It was a great pleasure for the Jemal Nebez Foundation that Dr. Irfan Mustafa conducted the following three seminars last year in honor of our namesake:

Dr Jemal Nebez's thinking at a glance:
On the complexity of the meaning of being a Kurd

Dr. Irfan's approach to the series is philosophical-ontological and the series was divided as follows:

Seminar 1: The Problem of Being Kurdish

Seminar 2: Language and Kurdness

Seminar 3: Origin and Kurdness

Jemal Nebez authored three independent writings on the subject of the series, two of them in Kurdish کوردی , one in German, all three of which can be downloaded in PDF format from his surviving website -

Dr. Jemal Nebez has published twice on the topic, of the seminar series - first time in 1985 and then in  2002. 

All three seminars were held in Kurdish.

Below are the videos for viewing.

Zanin group, a group Dr. Irfan is affiliated with, helping significantly with the editing of the videos. 

Seminar 3: Origin and Kurdness - held on November 20, 2022

Seminar 2: Language and Kurdness - held on October 2, 2022, Part 2 of 2

Seminar 2: Language and Kurdness - held on October 2, 2022, Part 1 of 2



Seminar 1: The Problem of Being Kurdish - held on August 8, 2022