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In many ways, the post-9/11 denials of human rights that were overseen by George W. Bush were the Arab world’s tragedy that brought to light the urgency of claiming rights. 4. HRW is a non-profit, non-governmental human rights organisation working in over 90 countries around the world to defend human rights. Established in 1978, HRW is known for its accurate fact-finding, impartial reporting, effective use of media, and targeted advocacy, often in partnership with local human rights groups. 5.
The appointment of Melih Bulu, a person with close ties to Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), as the rector of Bogazici University has sparked protests in Istanbul with students decrying infringements on academic independence. Bulu, who was appointed through a presidential decr
Türkçe versiyonu için buraya tıklayın. 2018 was a difficult year in Turkey Last year, 2018, was a difficult year in Turkey and the country entered the new year under the shadow of two new emergency decrees. Decrees 695 and 696 not only sacked 2,766 more public officials, but also brought criminal immunity to “civilians… The denial of workers’ and human rights in Turkey is nothing new, but the situation has become significantly worse since the government imposed a state of emergency in July 2016. In little over two years President Erdog ˇ an and the government of Turkey have used a series of draconian presidential decrees to suppress the rights of any perceived