Category Archives: Turkey

“The end” of the state of emergency one month after Erdoğan victory in Turkey

We are less than one month out after Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s victory in a snap election he called, in order to “end uncertainty,” amidst economic troubles and political restlessness. After more than two years of anti-democratic repression of freedom of … Continue reading

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Act in solidarity with “Academics for Peace” in the face of ongoing repression in Turkey

via Petition Ebru Ustundag circulated this petition on the GARN list — opportunities to act in solidarity with academics and others suffering from the ongoing repression in Turkey: ~~~ Call for solidarity for the academics for peace on trial Violations … Continue reading

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