AnalysesHuman Rights
Osman Kavala, the most important representative of Turkish civil society, has now been sentenced to life in prison, for having financed and supported the Gezi Park movement and having allegedly played a role in organising the attempted coup d’état of July 15th, 2016. Other 7 accused, all human rights activists including Can Atalay, Mücella Yapıcı, Çiğdem Mater, Hakan Altınay, MineÖzerden, Tayfun Kahraman and Yiğit Ali Ekmekçi, will have to face 18 years in prison.
Videos Human Rights
ConveningHuman Rights
18
February
2021
Onine (Zoom)
In this tenth conversation in the Global Religious and Secular Dynamics Discussion Series, Adam Seligman will join Berkley Center Senior Fellow José Casanova to discuss such themes as civil society, trust, authority, collective belonging and the challenges posed by individualism and modern human rights discourse to any shared idea of a substantive public good.
4
June
2015
Rome, 4-5 June 2015 9.00 am -6.30 pm Palazzo San Macuto – Sala del Refettorio Via del Seminario, 76 Rome. Italy
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