• Karwan Jamal Tahir, High Representative to the UK of the Kurdistan Regional Government

    Karwan Jamal Tahir, High Representative to the UK of the Kurdistan Regional Government

    "Nawroz (New Year) event for Kurds is a special moment, it is a mixture of joy and mourns for the people of Kurdistan Region, in which it reflects on the past and emphasis on future, the future that we are all contribute to build. Centre for Kurdish Progress with its approach has a significant role in that, reinforced its strong reputation though its valuable work in providing a forum for the elaboration and discussion of the most significant developments relating to the Kurdish communities around the world.

     
  • Lord Hylton, Cross Bench member of the House of Lords

    Lord Hylton, Cross Bench member of the House of Lords

    “I am an independent non-party member of the British Parliament, who has been a friend of the Kurds since 1987. I deeply regret that elected members of the Turkish Parliament and mayors are among those imprisoned or facing trial for political offences. Elsewhere, the right of the Kurds to self-determination is only partially respected.

     
  • Sir David Amess, Conservative MP for South End West

    Sir David Amess, Conservative MP for South End West

    “It is my great pleasure to add my good wishes for the future success of the Centre for Kurdish Progress and in particular my good wishes for the Kurdish New Year. I welcome this independent, non-profit organisation, focussing on Kurdistan and Kurdish people in the UK and abroad.

     
  • Natalie McGarry, MP for Glasgow East

    Natalie McGarry, MP for Glasgow East

    ​"​I am delighted to again support the work of the Centre for Kurdish Progress who have done so much to raise awareness about the Kurds both in the UK and internationally.

     
  • Angus Brendan MacNeil, Scottish National Party MP for Na h-Eileanan an Iar

    Angus Brendan MacNeil, Scottish National Party MP for Na h-Eileanan an Iar

    “The centre for Kurdish progress is a very inspirational body, it fills us with hope for the future of mankind on a very idealistic level but on a practical level it engages both Turks & Kurds and the wider community and I have the great privilege of being involved in that wider community so I wish the centre well and hope that it goes from strength to strength in the future.“