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events

AST Annual D.C Meeting and Hill Day

March 5-7, 2019 | Washington D.C.

 


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Immigrant Women Empowerment : Panel discussion and Photo Exhibition.

March 5, 2019 | Houston, TX

Immigrant Women Empowerment: Panel discussion and Photo Exhibition.

 


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Women Rights Under Threat- Panel discussion

March, 2019 | Houston, TX

Women Rights under threat- Panel discussion

 


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The Role of Education in Challenging Cultural Barriers for Women’s Empowerment

March 13, 2019 | New York

The Role of Education in challenging cultural barriers for women’s empowerment.

 


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Women March

March 2019 | Washington D.C.

The women rights are under the pressure of Erdogan’s regime in Turkey. On March, purge against women in Turkey was protested by AST and Set Them Free activists in Washington DC.

 


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The Noose & Ilmik

March 15-30, 2019 | New York – Washington D.C. – Chicago – Houston

The NOOSE: Documentary screening about the Human Rights Violations in Turkey under Erdogan Regime

 


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Women as Survivors of Conflict

March 15, 2019 | New York

On March 15, 2019, Women as Survivors of Conflict.

 


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International Women’s Day Program

March 13, 2019 | Toronto

On March 13,2019, International Women’s Day Program in Toronto, Canada.

 


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Art Contest Exhibition in Canada

May 23, 2018 | Chicago

On May 23,2018, art work submitted to Advocates of Silenced Turkey’s Human Rights Violation in Turkey Art Contest 2018 were exhibited in Toronto, Canada.

Check out the art work:
https://silencedturkey.org/art-contest-2018
https://www.instagram.com/silencedturkey/

 


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Access Sacramento TV hosts Set Them Free

11 December 2017 | Sacramento

On December 11th, 2017, Access Sacramento TV Channel 17 is featuring Fatih Ates, in “The Lighthouse for Today’s Viewers”. The show is hosted by Nahid Kabbani. It covers a little bit of politics, religion, and human rights abuses in Turkey. After learning the fact that innocent women and children are jailed in Turkey, Nahid expresses her feelings, “This is like going backward a thousand years instead of moving forward.”

Please see the whole show via www.accesssacramento.org.

Read More: www.sethemfree.com/access-sacramento-tv-hosts-set-them-free


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