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Dilpak Adam

Dilpak moved to Erbil from Sulaimaniya four years ago to pursue a bachelor's degree in sociology at University of Kurdistan - Hawler.

Though she has trained with local news stations whenever she can, Dilpak says that Kurdistan media is currently a reflection of Turkish and Arab models and that there is an opportunity for Kurdistan to develop its own reporting style and report its own stories independently.

"I see journalists who are writing in newspapers without paying attention to ethics of journalism. They write whatever they want. This workshop will help me to learn how to report professionally."

Recent Reports

Weaving at a Kurdish Carpet Factory

By Dilpak Adam on Aug 11, 2010 | No Comments

The Kurdish Carpet Factory in Sulaymaniyah trains women to produce beautiful traditional textiles so they can maintain a sustainable livelihood and keep the craft alive.

Remembering: Arabization in Kirkuk

By Dilpak Adam on Aug 5, 2010 | No Comments

Karokh Nuraddin was forced out of his house as a child and returned years later to find his city transformed.

5 Questions for a Baker in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Dilpak Adam on Jul 30, 2010 | No Comments

Kareem Ibrahim bakes as many as 7000 loaves of bread each day.

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