31. ACTION

This week, the Unconditional Justice Movement discussed the worsening prison conditions and recent increases in human rights violations. Prisoners held under the state’s protection are often forced to live and even die in deplorable conditions, with even their most basic necessities being neglected. According to figures from the European Council, 1 percent of Turkey’s population…

29. ACTION

As the Unconditional Justice Movement, we focused this week on the Independence of the Judiciary and the Expulsion and Arrest of Judges-Prosecutors. One of the cornerstones of the management system is the Separation of Powers. In other words, Separation of Powers refers to the organization of the powers that use the political power of the…

28. ACTION

The theme we focused on this week as the Unconditional Justice Movement was unsolved murders, which have become an unavoidable reality in Turkey for years. The term “unsolved murder” refers to a circumstance in which the perpetrator of a homicide is unknown. Because these assassinations are carried out for political reasons, they should be referred…

27. ACTION

This week, Unconditional Justice Movement focused on torture, which has turned into a reality of fear, with the support and partnership of the government. Torture is an act that causes severe physical or mental pain or suffering, perpetrated by a public official for any reason, indiscriminately, to punish a person, to obtain information or confession.…

26. Action

This week, as the Unconditional Justice Movement, we talked about lengthy detentions and the consequent lives that were rotten in prison. “Everyone should at least tell one of their relatives about the injustice inflicted on me. There is a consistent evil.” Born in 1973, Çomak was detained by the police in 1994 when he was…

25. Action

This week, as the Unconditional Justice Movement, we focused on minority problems and the violations of rights against Armenians that have been going on for years. The term “police violence” is sometimes used to describe various human rights violations committed by the police. It covers the random application of violent methods used for battering, unlawful…

24. Action

This week, as the Unconditional Justice Movement, we focused on minority problems and the violations of rights against Armenians that have been going on for years. Turkey has a wide ethnic, linguistic and religious diversity due to its structure. Not only Turks, Kurds, but also many Circassians and Armenians live on the territory of Turkey.…

23. Action

As the Unconditional Justice Movement, this week we talked about International Workers’ and Labour Day and violations of right.  On 1th May 1886 the workers, who work six days a week and the twelve hour a day, striked for the eight-hour workday with Amerikan Federation of Labor. A half million workers taked part in this…

22. ACTION

The subject we discussed this week as the Unconditional Justice Movement was the hundreds of thousands of refugees who were forcibly relocated due to violence, war, and rights abuses, as well as the rights violations they endured as a result. While the number of persons forcibly displaced as a result of conflict, violence, and persecution…

21. Action

As the Movement for Unconditional Justice, the subject we focused on this week was freedom of expression and related rights violations. The imprisonment of thoughts, the trial and punishment of individuals for expressing their opinions, which is one of their most basic freedoms, is not unique to today in Turkey. From past to present, individuals…