October 2018: SSK newsletter Oct 2018

April 2018: SSK newsletter April 2018

September 2017: SSK newsletter Sept 2017


Ercan Ayboga : Revolution in Rojava: Democratic Autonomy and Women’s Liberation in Syrian Kurdistan, 5 February 2018, University of Strathclyde: VIDEO 

Mike Small on Murray Bookchin, 13 December 2017, Butterfly Cafe, Dundee:  VIDEO; AUDIO (inc Q and A)

Grassroots Democracy in Rojava, 1 April 2017, talk by Sarah Glynn for SSK Day School: 17-06-27 Day School talk for website


‘Women Life Freedom!’: What I found on my visit to the Women’s revolution in Northern Syria’ Common Space, 28 August (Sarah Glynn)

‘Erdoğan and Netanyahu, two sides of the same Imperialist Coin’Bella Caledonia, 6 August (Sarah Glynn)

‘Health workers and civil servants strike and demonstrate in the Kurdish Region of Iraq’ Health workers demonstrate KRG April 2018, leaflet, April, 2018 (Goran Zangana)

‘Meet the working class hero Turkey is trying to rip away from the Kurds’ Common Space, 23 March, 2018 (Sarah Glynn)

‘Women Life Freedom!’Bella Caledonia, 8 March, 2018 (Sarah Glynn)

‘Why we must stand up for the hope of Rojava’The National, 6 February, 2018 (Sarah Glynn)

‘Talking about Rojava – reflections on the recent international conference on Challenging Capitalist Modernity organised by the Kurdish community in Hamburg’Bella Caledonia, 4 August, 2017 (Sarah Glynn)

‘Discovering Syria’s “real revolution”: In conversation with PYD co-chair Salih Muslim’Common Space19 December, 2016 (Sarah Glynn)

‘More than ever we need to show our support for Kurds and others under threat around the world’Common Space, 15 November, 2016 (Sarah Glynn)

‘This is what democracy looks like: Sarah Glynn – member of Scottish Solidarity with Kurdistan was part of a Scottish delegation to the Democratic Union Party Congress in Brussels, discussing the democratic federalist system they are establishing in the autonomous predominantly Kurdish part of Northern SyriaBella Caledonia, 30 September, 2016 (Sarah Glynn)

‘What Scotland can learn about democracy from Syrian Kurdistan’Common Space, 28 September, 2016 (Sarah Glynn)