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State of Flux: Human Rights in Turkey


Auteur : Helsinki Watch
Éditeur : The Watch Committees Date & Lieu : 1987, New York
Préface : Pages : 164
Traduction : ISBN : 0 938579-68-1
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 155x230 mm
Code FIKP : Liv. Eng. Hel. Sta. N° 1762Thème : Général

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State of Flux: Human Rights in Turkey

State of Flux: Human Rights in Turkey

Helsinki Watch

The Watch Committees

Human rights in Turkey are still in a state of flux. This report, the sixth on human rights in Turkey issued by Helsinki Watch since 1982, concludes that positive steps in the areas of free association and assembly are undermined by negative actions such as the continued use of torture in police detention and the incarceration of many thousands of political prisoners. These problems stem from the repressive 1982, Constitution and a series of equally repressive laws. In addition, the report charges that the Kurdish minority in eastern Turkey is routinely denied its ethnic identity: the Kurdish language, culture, customs and history are not recognized by the Turkish government, which denies the existence of the Kurds.
This Helsinki Watch report is based on a fact-finding mission in June 1987 that included a visit to eastern Turkey and on reports in the Turkish press.


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Helsinki Watch

State of Flux: Human Rights in Turkey

The Watch Committees

The Watch Committees
State of Flux: Human Rights in Turkey
Helsinki Watch

A Helsinki Watch Report
December 1987 Update

State of Flux: Human Rights in Turkey
December 1987 Update
This report is an update to Freedom and Fear: Human Rights in Turkey,
published by Helsinki Watch in March 1986.

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This report is based largely on information gathered by Jeri Laber,
Executive Director of Helsinki Watch, and Lois Whitman, an attorney and
consultant to the Helsinki Watch Committee, during a fact-finding mission to
Turkey in June 1987. It was written by Lois Whitman and Jeri Laber.

© 1987 by the U.S. Helsinki Watch Committee
All rights reserved
Printed in the United States of America
ISBN 0-938579-68-1

Helsinki Watch Committee
The U.S. Helsinki Watch Committee was founded in 1979
to promote domestic and international compliance with the
human rights provisions of the 1975 Helsinki accords.
Its Chairman is Robert L. Bernstein; its Vice Chairmen are Alice
H. Henkin and Aryeh Neier; its Executive Director is Jeri
Laber; its Washington Representative is Holly J. Burkhalter.

Bound copies of this report are available for $8.00.
Previous reports on Turkey are also available:

"Violations of the Helsinki Accords: Turkey," November 1986,
91 pages, $6.00.

"Freedom and Fear: Human Rights in Turkey," March 1986,
122 pages, $6.00.

"Straws in the Wind: Prospects for Human Rights and
Democracy in Turkey," July 1984,49 pages, 6.00.

"Human Rights in Turkey’s ‘Transition to Democracy,’"
November 1983,117 pages, $6.00.




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