Madrid, October 29, 2021
The exhibition “Wars and Refugees: 30 Years of the Great Kurdish Exodus” recalls, through four renowned photojournalists: José Luis Vidal Coy, Rafael Magaña, Alfredo Cáliz and Karlos Zurutuza, the events that occurred three decades ago in northern Iraq, when During the 1991 Gulf War, an entire town had to flee pursued by Saddam Hussein’s Army.
The exhibition will be inaugurated on November 10, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. in the La Corrala cultural center, with a round table with Manuel Martorell, a renowned Spanish journalist and historian, specialized in Kurdistan and with the participation of the Spanish Commission for Assistance to Refugee (CEAR), José Luis Vidal Coy, a reporter who covered the 1991 exodus and Rahim Kaderi, a Kurdish human rights activist. Moderator of the round table: Fernando Camacho Padilla, professor of contemporary history, UAM.
The event organized by the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) and the GRK office in Spain in collaboration with the Persian cultural center Persepolis. Free assistance until full capacity.