Ishik University joined the global community in commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of the World War One (WWI) which was ended on November 11, 1918. In a joint student and staff activity which was organized by both Department of International Relations and the Law Faculty that marked 100 years since the end of the WWI. The event included poster and image exhibition covering major areas of the war as well as two seminar presentation from staff at the Law Faculty in which they addresses the historical and legal implications of the war 100 years back.
The activities started from 10:00 AM and lasted to 03:00 PM, which was held at the entrance to Ishik University’s Main Building on November 11, 1918. The exhibition and the seminars were attended by large numbers of students, visitors, and staff of Ishik University. The main purpose behind the event was to present the scale of the disaster which resulted from the War, in addition to the fundamental effect that it had on the Middle Eastern region and the Kurds in particular. This was also a good experience and opportunity for the students to interact with each other as well as research into the aftermath, and the consequences of war.