Photography is the art that takes an instant, an item, or an experience out of time and tells a whole reality and impact that has on life in the background.
Our goal is raising awareness about the plight of the victims of authoritarian government persecution in Turkey and beyond.
Protest for Women Rights in Turkey, Huddled Masses, Chicago, 2021
Broken Lives; Dr. Ann Graham, Law Professor, talked about her journey in Hizmet movement.
Susturulmuş Türkiye; Levent Üzümcü, (Oyuncu, Yönetmen), ile ülkenin geldiği noktayı konuştuk.
Susturulmuş Türkiye; Ertuğrul Günay, (Eski Bakan) ile ülkenin geldiği noktayı konuştuk.
Susturulmuş Türkiye; Celalettin Tokmak (Celali), KHK'lı öğretmen ile bir söyleşi.
Broken Lives: Prominent Indian intellectuals discuss the grave human rights violations in Turkey
Susturulmuş Türkiye; Akın Birdal, (Siyasetçi, İnsan Hakları Savunucusu) ile Türkiye'de İnsan Hakları
Susturulmuş Türkiye; Ölüme terkedilen KHK'lı Ahmet Özcerit'in, oğlu Sinan Özcerit
Broken Lives; Youth Panel on Human Rights Violations in Turkey
Susturulmuş Türkiye; Barbaros Şansal, ülkenin renkli siması, ile Türkiye'nin son yıllarını konuştuk!
Broken Lives; Medeni Arifoğlu: Businessman; he was killed due to the denial of med.treatment in jail
Broken lives; Dr. Talip Aydin PART 2: Former Judge & Head of Human Rights Dept.of Min.of Justice TR
Inconceivable torture as a grave human rights violation in Turkey at Şanlıurfa Counter-Terrorism Branch (TEM)
Another grave human rights violation documented by Sevinç Özarslan with the victim of torture in Turkey.
Mustafa Kabakçıoğlu, a police officer expelled from his job by a statutory decree, died in solitary confinement cell in Gümüşhane Prison on August 29.
Turkey’s struggle to draw the country more in line with the pillars of the European Union faced a long and accelerating slide.
Grievances in Turkey and other countries within the scape of human rights violations can be expressed with art as a powerful argument as it’s described with other materials.
The alleged coup attempt of the July 15th struck the real impact in the field of education. The most important pillars of education, universities were closed...
In the aftermath of the failed coup, the government closed down 179 media outlets – including 53 newspapers, 37 radio stations, 34 TV channels, 29 publishing houses9, 20 magazines, and six news agencies
The Turkish Justice Minister data indicates that there are more than 750 babies imprisoned with their mothers.
TURKEY: MONTHLY HUMAN RIGHTS DIGEST February 2020
Human Rights Watch Reports
This study aims to analyze the impacts of the state of emergency declared after the 2016 coup attempt in Turkey on the academic achievements of the universities.
This report informs about the confirmed Covid-19 cases seen in Turkey’s prisons. Based on this and the official statements, the report presents its findings and recommendations.
The United States Department of State released Turkey 2019 Human Rights Report which has critical points regarding human rights violations in Turkey...
As a member of the Council of Europe, Turkey has ratified the European Convention on Human Rights.
When the Turkish President declared in an infamous speech that “old Turkey no longer exists.
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