The Arrested Lawyers Initiative led a coalition of international human rights organisations and legal experts in sending a letter to the TCC urging it to comply with ECHR judgments, in particular the recent Yalcinkaya judgment.
Italian Federation for Human Rights today published a new report on the misuse of the anti-terrorism framework by Turkish authorities.
In partnership with IBAHRI, Redress and Human Rights Solidarity, The Arrested Lawyers Initiative organised a panel discussion on targeted human rights sanctions, focusing on Turkey. The panel was hosted by Baroness Kennedy of Shaws in the UK Parliament.
Abgeordnete des Europäischen Parlaments, Rechtsanwälte, Menschenrechtsaktivisten, Wissenschaftler und Nichtregierungsorganisationen forderten INTERPOL auf, die Türkei von der Nutzung der SLTD-Datenbank auszuschließen.
MEPs, lawyers, human rights activists, academics and NGOs urged INTERPOL to suspend Turkey from the use of the SLTD database.
The Arrested Lawyers Initiative’s input for the report of the UN Special Rapporteur on torture is now available on OHCHR’s website.