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…
After the alleged coup attempt of July 15, 2016, thousands of people lost their jobs and were subjected to court trials and proceedings on the grounds that they were Hizmet…
AST created 22 pages of infographics by summarizing a total of 854 pages of information including reports, statistical databases, and news published by these organizations.
In recent years, Turkey has experienced a massive deterioration of its human rights record, judicial independence, and adherence to the rule of law. This decline began in December 2013, when two major corruption scandals surfaced, incriminating many in the inner circle of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
On 7 June, pursuant to the Article 20 of the UN Convention Against Torture, the associations of IAHRA_Geneva, JWF, AST, HRD and SCF has submitted a communication before the CAT in order to initiate an inquiry against Turkey.