Organizedness is one of the main principles of the Kurdish women’s movement’s ‘women’s liberation ideology’. Unlike liberal ideas around freedom, the Kurdish freedom movement believes that without organization, it will be impossible to transform social relations. in turn, without transforming and changing society, one cannot build a free life for all of society. In this sense, there is an inherent connection between freedom and organization. In this talk, Nazan Üstündağ will discuss the links between freedom and organization. What ideological perspectives and political practices enable forms of freedom in the here and now? Why is organization a necessary prerequisite for the ability to imagine radical horizons?