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The Bill on Combatting Violence Against Women: Using punishment to save...

The withdrawal from the Convention and the discussions surrounding it, not only legitimized discrimination against women and LGBTI+s, but also brought with them promises...

“This decision by the Supreme Court of Appeals introduced male fragility...

The General Criminal Assembly of the Supreme Court of Appeals decision read that Orhan Munis committed the murder of Hatice Kaçmaz without premeditation, and...

Does the state pay alimony?

We read from the news in the media in recent days that the AKP is once again working to limit women’s right to alimony....

The patriarchal state in Turkey and the Istanbul Convention

Almost all states today are patriarchal (and racist) as well as capitalist. But just as these states take different forms, the degree of gender...

Why is the Istanbul Convention in the crosshairs?

The Istanbul Convention touches upon multiple aspects of the recent paradigm shift. It is important to tackle this global assault in its entirety, in...

Anjelik Kelavgil of May 17 Association: “The only way out of...

We need to remind everyone that a society where LGBTI+ people are not safe cannot be safe enough for anyone. The decision to withdraw...

Our existence is resistance: Hayriye Kara of KAOS GL tells the...

The decision to withdraw from the Istanbul Convention, although a snap decision, was not unexpected. After the decision to withdraw from the convention, we...

“No attack can ever end women’s solidarity”: Conversation with women from...

Throwing the Istanbul Convention into question in such a way –a convention which offers a very broad and comprehensive framework regarding the combat against...

Pink Life LGBTI+ Solidarity Association: “The decision to withdraw from the...

This heedless mind is feeding upon a knowledge which assumes that attacking and isolating the LGBTI+ people is a very easy thing. What they...

The rainbow that cannot be banned and the importance of solidarity

Neither the feminist movement nor the students’ movement “discarded/sacrificed” LGBTI+s. They could not divide us; on the contrary, our struggle has become intersected and...