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Annual Report 2002


Éditeur : Compte d'auteur Date & Lieu : 2003, London
Préface : Pages : 62
Traduction : ISBN :
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 210x295 mm
Code FIKP : Liv. Eng. Khr. Rep. 2002 N° 2228Thème : Général

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Annual Report 2002

Annual Report 2002

Kurdish Human Rights Project


Compte d’auteur

"KHRP's work in bringing cases to the European Court of Human Rights, seeking justice for the victims of human rights violations including torture and extra-judicial killings, has been ground-breaking. In many of these cases the European Court of Human Rights has concluded that the Turkish authorities have violated individual's rights under the European Convention on Human Rights. Amnesty International salutes the work of this organisation over the last 10 years in defending human rights."
Kate Allen, Director Amnesty International UK

"My family is scattered. My father has been killed. My mother is on the run, with no money, no assets, no house, no home. My brothers are not there and I miss them really badly. So what's going to happen to me? I am a complainant of the tyranny done to us. I am a complainant of the state of Turkey. I request the Kurdish Human Rights Project to take my case to all international courts and institutions. I authorise them to act in my name. They talk human rights. I am a human. Where are my rights?"
A Kurdish Applicant before the ECtHR

"For more than a decade after the military coup, governments in Turkey committed the gravest of human rights while blandly denying that the violations were taking place. By pioneering the use of the personal petition to the European Court of Human Rights in Turkey KHRP helped to make those violations a matter of record in the form of court judgments. This has added valuable leverage in the continuing struggle to bring abuses such as 'disappearance', forced displacement, torture and repression of free speech to an end."
Jonathan Sugden, Director Human Rights Watch UK


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Kurdish Human Rights Project

Annual Report 2002

Compte d’auteur

Compte d’auteur
Annual Report 2002
10th Anniversary
Compte d’auteur

“...working to protect and promote the human
rights of all persons living throughout the
Kurdish regions of Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Syria
and the Former Soviet Union..."

"The Kurdish regions have been the scene of terrible crimes.
Information has been sparse, and reaction far too limited.
Throughout these years, the careful and judicious work of the
KHRP has been an invaluable resource for understanding the
events that have been taking place, their backgrounds
and roots, and the opportunities for constructive action.
These have outstanding contributions. They will be all the more
important in the difficult days that surely lie ahead".
Noam Chomsky

Published March 2003
by Kurdish Human Rights Project (KHRP)
2 New Burlington Place London W1S 2HP
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 20 7287 2772
Fax: +44 20 7734 4927
E-mail: khrp@khrp.demon.co.uk
http://www.khrp.org

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