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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...

Fatmagül Yörük’s request for arrest: The definition of “injustice” in legal...

Will women’s demand for rights be met in the system by a prosecutor or judge “doing her/his job well”, “taking initiative”, “good-hearted”, “making an...

A Feminist Jurisprudence Discussion: Themis’ blindfold or heroism’s legal mask? 

Contrary to popular belief, justice is not just an ideal, but a social necessity. Humans are simply the ones to fulfill this need. This...

Could prisons be a remedy for male violence?

Neither the Istanbul Convention nor the Law No. 6284 are limited to penal practices in cases of violence. On the contrary, they offer a...

The audience of call-outs and the possibilities of constructive intervention

After the call-out, the audience that demands justice to be served is constituted of people who are involved the most in the process, who...

Women object to being passive spectators of disclosure

If disclosure is a feminist method, then sometimes it can ooze from the cracks, and sometimes it can shatter the embankments. I find it...

Disclosures, justice, and women’s empowerment

Seeing the pervasiveness of the relations which feed on inequality, abuse, and sexual violence and the few number of relationships that do not hurl...