The province of Quebec (AKJQ) announced that they have voted to resign from the ISKF and join the IKD. With this news the IKD has grown to 17 countries with 26 organizations, 120 dojos, and 8 of 10 Canadian provinces. We welcome the members of the AKJQ.
Sensei David Clarke, 5th Dan, Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO), graciously accepted the post of IKD President. Sensei Clarke is originally from Barbados, resides in Jamaica and the world and is a true friend and colleague.
Sensei Marc Cordice, former Chief Instructor and Founder of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, has joined IKD and will represent us in Washington, USA. Sensei Cordice moved to the USA many years ago and was active both in the JKA and ISKF.
The Grenada Shotokan Karate Association announced today that they were withdrawing from the ISKF and joining the IKD.
The IKD released an Interim Structure update today. Read more…
The IKD officially announced that St. Vincent and the Grenadines Shotokan Karate Club, who recently resigned from the ISKF have joined theIKD.
Thanks to Sensei Josef Woon-A-Tai, the Philippines have become the first IKD members from outside the Pan Am region.
Interim Structure & Mission Statement released.
Saskatchewan has announced they have resigned from the ISKF and would be joining the IKD.
An article about the IKD appeared in the Kaieteur News in Guyana. To read the article, click here.