Konusu ” TÜRKİYE’DEKİ İNSAN HAKLARI İHLALLERİ KAPSAMINDA ŞİİRLER ” olan şiir yarışmasının amacı Türkiye ve dünyada yaşanan insan hakları ihlalleri ve bu bağlamda yaşanan mağduriyetleri şiir sanatıyla duyurmak, mağdur insanların unutulmadığını ve acılarının geniş kitlelerle paylaşıldığını dile getirmek ve ümit aşılamaktır.
Advocates of Silenced Turkey is organizing the 2nd Short film Competition to develop awareness of unjust practices; to develop individuals in short film making; to reflect aesthetic skills in filmmaking; to be able to present the message clearly to the audience; to contribute to the formation of habit and taste in engaging in artistic activities.
The subject is “INNOCENCE – INNOCENCY” as part of human rights violations What is experienced within the scope of human rights violations and victimizations in Turkey and other countries of the world. Covers sub-topics such as political prisoners, torture, deprivation of basic human rights, etc., including innocent women, infants and seniors in prisons.
Advocates of Silenced Turkey is organizing the 3rd international art contest about ongoing human rights violations in Turkey on behalf of 9-year-old Nurefşan Teke who died in the Maritsa river on March 4th, 2021 while fleeing from the persecution in Turkey.
Human Rights Violations in Turkey.
A First of its kind: Virtual Protest for Women’s Rights
After the widely successful protests on March 6th for women’s rights in 5 countries and 42 locations with thousands of attendees, AST (Advocates of Silenced Turkey) assembled a first of its kind virtual protest on March 21st, 2021 at the channel:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Re: Postponement of Freedom Forum 2020: Grave Human Rights Violations in Turkey
We regret to inform you that we are postponing Freedom Forum 2020: Grave Human Rights Violations in Turkey in Washington, DC on March 24-25.
Given the coronavirus’ rapid spread around the globe, we have been closely monitoring news reports and communicating with health departments and local government outlets. Unfortunately, numerous cities and states have declared states of emergency and the health of our participants is our utmost priority. Following suit with other organizations who have postponed their events scheduled for the near future, including many that would have taken place at the National Press Club, we have decided to postpone the Freedom Forum 2020: Grave Human Rights Violations in Turkey.
A new date for the Freedom Forum will be determined and communicated to you in a timely fashion when local and international monitors declare that the threat of coronavirus has been contained.
We are very sorry to have to postpone this event as it will be a great gathering, but we hope you can understand the circumstances.
Hafza Y. GIRDAP
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