Call for the international day of action

Freedom for all political prisoners – solidarity keeps us alive! The destruction of nature, environment and social life caused by capitalist modernity has resulted in the coronavirus pandemic posing a major threat to the health and lives of people. Previously, epidemics such as cholera, AIDS, avian flu, swine flu, SARS I/II had spread on a…

 Demands from 393 Women for Prisoners’ Right to Life and Health

393 rights defenders have shared nine demands with the public so that the right to life and health of arrested and convicted people can be safeguarded in prisons of Turkey amid coronavirus pandemic. The law on criminal enforcement has been approved by the Constitutional Court in terms of form considerations, it will be examined as…

#FreedomForZeynabJalalian

We are the voice of Zeynab Jalalian Zeynab Jalalian, a kurdish political prisoner, born in 1982 in the town of Mako in eastern Kurdistan, Iran. She was arrested in February 2007 by the forces of Kermanshah Intelligence Bureau for being politically active. She was interrogated at Intelligence Detention Centre in Kermanshah for a month while…

FREE ZEYNEB JELALIYAN

Zeyneb Jelaliyan was born in 1982 in the village of Dem Qishlaq in the city of Maku in the province of Urmia. Zeyneb Jelaliyan, a women’s rights activist, was arrested by Iranian security forces in the city of Kermanshah in 2007. She was held in solitary confinement by the Iranian secret service for months and…

WHILE STARTING A CAMPAIGN FOR POLITICAL PRISONERS…

Reaction to the arrest of 12 activists and politicians of the DBP As a reaction to the political genocide attacks of the AKP / MHP in Amed and the arrest of 12 people, the DBP reacted with the statement “The genocide operations continue”. The Party of Democratic Regions (DBP) issued a written statement on the…

HDP MP: The risk of infection in prisons is extremely high

HDP deputy Zülehya Gülum warns against the spread of the coronavirus in Turkish prisons and demands immediate action, saying that the state would be responsible for any deaths in the contrary case. The wards in Turkish prisons are completely overcrowded and the prisoners are not even given the means for the most basic hygienic precautions…