The State has provide an opportunity a number of organizations at times when own authority was restricted or unable to in real term integration. In this context, Lebanon has become an attractive place to formula the organizational activities of Kurdish. The Kurds maintain their feudal and traditional community legacies in Lebanese civil society, largely divided between ethnic-linguistic and regional identities. The long-standing tribal division of the Kurds is reflected in the ethnic-regional composition of the members of the association. In this article, it is aimed to reveal how civil society culture developed in modern Lebanon and how Kurdish, ethnic statuses, tribal and radical ties spread to the organization. The article also aims to understand the regional and global co-operation of Kurdish in Lebanon through CSO.
Lebanon, Kurd, CSO, Organization
|Yazar:||Mehmet ÇELİK -|