YASA is a non-governmental and non-profit organization working to promote and advance human rights to Kurds in their country of origin and in the Diaspora. YASA was founded in August 2005, in Bonn, and now works for the interests of Kurds in the areas of human rights, integration and culture.
On the political level, YASA operates through the use of national, regional and international legal instruments and works with governmental and non-governmental organizations, which also promote the implementation of human rights.
Legalizing the Supression of the Kurdish People in Syria (Ar)
After the independance of Syria, there were many constitutions. All of them did not recognize the existence of the Kurds in Syria and did not
The Federal System and its Advantages (Ar)
What is a federal system and which advantages it can offer, specially for a multicultural country like Syria. How can the Syrian people get benefits
The Kurdish National Conference and Self-Determination Right (Ar)
A report about the Right on Self-determination for the Kurds in Syria in both of the international law and praxis.This report is in Arabic and
A Constitution draft for Kurdistan Rojava
on 21.12.2013 in Erbil, YASA – Kurdish Center for Legal Studies and Consultancies, has published the draft of the constitution’s project of the Kurdistan Rojava.