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Karokh Nuraddin

Karokh was born in Kirkuk and is a student in Erbil. He also works as a translator for International Kurdish Press Magazine and a journalist for several Kurdish broadcasts and publications.

He joined the project to get further training in the basics of journalism, including writing, reporting, interviewing and photography.

"I will put the skills taught in the workshop to use in my profession in journalism, in college, and passing information to friends and colleagues."

Recent Reports

Iranian Musician Studies in Kurdistan

By Karokh Nuraddin on Aug 11, 2010 | No Comments

An Iranian musician hopes that studying in Kurdistan will help him grow his career and influence.

Remembering: Life During the Kurdish 1991 Mass Exodus

By Karokh Nuraddin on Aug 8, 2010 | No Comments

At the age of five, Dilpak Adam fled her home and lived with her relatives in an abandoned schoolhouse.

5 Questions for a Klash Maker in Iraqi Kurdistan

By Karokh Nuraddin on Aug 8, 2010 | No Comments

A look at traditional Kurdish shoes and the man who makes them.

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The Tiziano Project provides community members in conflict, post-conflict, and underreported regions with the equipment, training, and affiliations necessary to report their stories and improve their lives.