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0.1 ETH is the minimum required to mint a Freedom Flower, though larger donations are welcome and will go a long way for the cause.
The symbolism included in the NFT is the Guldexwîn, or reverse tulip, a flower whose gene center originates in Kurdistan and is also known as the “freedom flower of the mountains”. There are a total of 10,001 NFTs, with a few designs pictured below. Contributors can mint a unique NFT. Designs are randomly selected and revealed after purchase. The offering of 10,001 NFTs, as opposed to an even number, represents the 10,000 plus Kurdish political prisoners currently being detained.
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The Kurdish Centre For Human Rights (KCHR) is a nonprofit Swiss association and the beneficiary of our initial funding campaign, responsible for implementing the JIN JÎYAN AZADÎ projects. KCHR have an agreement with the different collaborators and artists who contributed to the JIN JÎYAN AZADÎ campaign, to be paid 10% of the NFT proceeds on an automated basis via smart contract.

The Kurdish Center for Human Rights was established in Geneva in 2000 as a direct response to the genocide, war crimes, and human rights violations occurring across the Kurdish regions of Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Syria. The Kurdish Centre for Human Rights aims to inform European citizens and the United Nation Human Rights Commission (OHCHR) on violations against the Kurds via seminars and other dialogue platforms. Additionally, the organization presently publishes dossiers, research, reports, news, and a variety of resources about Kurdish human rights, women, children, prisoners, and environmental affairs as a means of spreading relevant information on current events.