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A BLOW TO EDUCATİON

While Erdoğan’s one-man regime was being strengthened by the state-of-emergency regime declared on 20th July 2020 and the decree-laws that were passed one after another, the biggest blow was dealt to EDUCATION. The AKP government targeted everyone, especially the educated parts of the society under the name of “confronting the coup plotters”

In the report prepared by Eğitim-Sen, it was stated that 36 % of the people who were removed from their public duties were educators and that the number of them is greater than the number of police and military officers.

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QUESTİONS WİTH KEMAL KARANFİL

"Kemal Karanfil" on Youtube "Tespit TV" channel , answered questions relating to human rights violations taking place in Turkey.

“Let's go to the UN, the ECHR in violations of rights? Which would you recommend?

After July 15, those who receive life imprisonment even if they do not deserve, will they take this punishment?

What can I do? The bank has the paperwork that the prison administration wants to sign for the release of the seized money. What are we going to do? ”

You can watch the video from the link below.

 

 

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A GREAT DİSAPPOİNTMENT

Turkish ruling parties have decided to “deliberately expose the lives of those whom they consider political opponents to the risk of the deadly COVID 19”, warn MEPs.

European Parliament standing rapporteur on Turkey, Nacho Sánchez Amor (S&D, ES), and Chair of the European Parliament's Delegation to the EU-Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee, Sergey Lagodinsky (Greens/EFA, DE), said:

"The legal amendments by the Turkish Parliament allowing the release of 90.000 prisoners, but excluding those imprisoned for their political activities and citizens in pre-trial detention, is a great disappointment. We had hoped that the Turkish Parliament would adopt a fair, responsible and non-discriminatory law that would save lives from being lost in overcrowded Turkish prisons. Such a law is needed, especially for those unjustly detained and imprisoned for political reasons. Instead, the Turkish ruling parties have decided to deliberately expose the lives of journalists, human rights defenders and those whom they deem to be political opponents to the risk of the deadly disease COVID 19.

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If you shut up, the kids grow up in jail! 

World Children's Rights Day on November 20 in Europe's largest city kids had forgotten prisoners in Turkey. The squares of Europe are filled for captive babies.

International Children's Rights Day events were held on November 20 in many European cities, including Paris, Berlin, Brussels, Strasbourg and Stuttgart. 0-5 years of age with 864 babies were protests in Turkey and the child's mother to remain in prison. Children's troubles, paintings, meetings and press releases were announced to the world.

In Berlin, the German capital Aktion für Flüchtlingshilfe - organized by the organization of the Association for Assistance to Refugees. Pots If you shut up, the children will grow up in prison, Pots says Potsdamer Platz. Let's not be silent ”. At Sturttgart, Mind Esslingen volunteers blew up hundreds of balloons to draw attention to children growing up in prisons.

An exhibition about children in prison opened in Strasbourg, France, where the European Parliament is located. Human rights volunteers who organized the exhibition also made a press statement. There were protests in the capital, Paris. Assovie volunteers of the human rights association made a press release in Republique square.

The Human Rights Defenders (HDR) Association made a press statement in the Belgian capital Brussels.

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DO NOT BE SILENT IN THIS HATE AND THREAT!

Since July 2016, President Erdogan and his henchmen are targeting dissidents living abroad, who fled Erdogan’s repressions in Turkey and try to rebuild their lives.

While opponents of the Turkish Regime have been captured in Moldova, Ukraine, Kosovo, Malaysia, Gabon and many other countries, Erdogan`s officials implicated that Turkey would conduct such operations world-wide. Until very lately, the issue was a concern of countries where some kidnappings and abductions took place and where authorities acceded to Ankara’s demands for their extradition.

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5 OCTOBER WORLD TEACHER'S DAY

On 5 October 2019 the victim Educators Platform and Platform for Human Rights Defenders have moved up and the problems of victims teachers in Turkey and in the world .

In these activities held on 5 October, World Teachers' Day, they became the voice of imprisoned teachers and of the people who suffered genocide. Amsterdam, Hannover and Berlin are some of these cities.

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Landscapes (Photography)

On 1 October 2019, the miniature exhibition by Halil Yapraklı in Königstein was published in the Königstein newspaper.

The report mentioned the following;

While he is in Turkey, he worked as an economist, in Turkey is illegally dismissed, he said he had to emigrate to Germany. He mentioned that he worked hard after coming to Germany.

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