Mass detentions, mass-summary confiscations, state-run discrimination practises and demonizing rhetoric of public officials and pro-government media, have left these people marginalized, and impoverished and deprived them of their socio-economic rights.
[Blogpost] Pushbacks: A Core Element of Policies Against Irregularised Mobility and Asylum
The EU and member states are consolidating the practice of pushbacks to prevent unauthorised entrants from crossing their borders and/or submitting asylum applications.
[Blogpost] Online platforms cave in to the Turkish government’s greed for data: Mass collection of cellular data risks the freedom of citizens
Dr Yasir Gokce wrote about a software called ATAC that is being used by Turkish police to vacuum en masse of personal data of individuals, as well as its consequences on data subjects.
[Blogpost] A Turkish-style Cambridge-Analytica Scandal: Bulk reach into the digital presence of Turkish citizens
A current revelation on the involvement of the Turkish authority for information and communication technologies (BTK) in bulk collection of telecommunication data on Turkish citizens indicates a Turkish-style Cambridge Analytica Scandal in the making.
Opinions by the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention and the Human Rights Committee (Re: Turkey)
Compilation of recent opinions of the UN Human Rights Committee and WGAD delivered at individual complaints versus Turkey.
Factsheet on Turkey’s Criminal Justice System
We, in seven chapters, have summarized the political control over the Turkish Constitutional Court, the insecurity of the tenure of judges, the ineffectiveness of decisions to release, the ineffectiveness of the decisions of the Turkish Constitutional Court, international courts and tribunals, and political interference in the judicial process.