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Kurdish Culture and Language

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This webinar is for users of language services and all service providers who have contact with Kurdish clients.

Australia has recently seen a number of Kurdish refugees and immigrants settle in Australia, but there is often confusion about who the Kurds are, and their relation to the countries in which they reside – mainly Turkey, Iraq and Iran. Most are Islamic, but one distinct group which largely speak Kurdish Kurmanji – the Yazidi (Ezidi) – are not.

The Kurdish language is also not one language, but has several distinct varieties which may cause confusion, particularly when organising language services.

A panel of practising Kurdish interpreters and a language specialist will look at the distinct cultural and linguistic features of this group, and how service providers can best meet their needs.

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