Media Partners

Our media partners for the first World Youth Conference

Les Nouveaux Crieurs

Free, digital and mobile kiosk for the alternative and independent press in France, including:

Reporterre, Socialter, CQFD, Politis, Basta, L'Âge de Faire, Mouais, Vert

Mathieu Rigouste

French activist and researcher, founder of Enquête Critique, an independent, self-managed social science research platform for popular, collective and emancipatory self-education.

Stêrk TV

Stêrk TV is multi-lingual news channel. The main languge is Kurdish. The channel is broadcasting in: Kurmancî, Soranî, Goranî, Hewramî, Dimilî û English.

Al Yaum TV

Al Yaum TV, is an independent news channel that aims to spread the culture of human rights, dialogue, and tolerance among the spectrum and colors of Syrian society in particular and the Middle East in general. It also aims to spread a culture of pluralism and societal democracy far from centralization and authoritarianism.


JugendInfo is a german-language Channel, which published news and political analysis, but also memories of passed struggles of the youth.


Lêgerîn is a worldwide media platform built by and for the internationalist apoïst revolutionary youth.

Media Haber

Avis de Tempête

Avis de Tempête is a podcast about political ecology and social struggles. “In this series of podcasts, we'd like to share our understanding of this world, that is constantly destroying our living environments, our social connexions and our lives. We'd like to talk about our political experiences and our struggles, our joys and our hopes.”

New Internationalist

New Internationalist is a bi-monthly global justice affairs magazine, which is independently and co-operatively owned. Each issue of our magazine is themed around a particular issue of importance to global justice affairs: issues in the past few years have focused on Palestine, the Kurds and Big Oil among other topics. We have been publishing high-quality, in-depth commentary on a range of issues since 1973. We have no media moguls or corporate advertisers influencing what we do.


We work to promote exchange between the youth movements in Kurdistan and democratic, anti-capitalist, feminist and ecological youth movements all over the world. For this purpose, we are in close exchange with youth organizations in Kurdistan, Iraq, Syria as well as Turkey and Europe and try to build bridges and promote mutual understanding through information and education work. In doing so, we focus primarily on the following areas:

Information and education | Exchange | Connecting struggles | Creating networks

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