8. Action

As the Unconditional Justice Movement, we stood our eight watch in front of the European Court of Human Rights on Friday, January 15th. Our watch lasted two hours with the participation of three people. During our watch this week, the subject we focused on was Turkey‘s Alevis, whose ” right to freedom of religion and conscience”…

7. Action

As the Movement for Unconditional Justice, we stood our 7th watch in front of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on Friday, January 8th. The watch, in which 4 people attended due to the pandemic, lasted 2 hours. The subject of this week was journalists who arrested for political reasons and the pressure on…

6. Action

We stood our sixth watch in front of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on Friday, January 1st. Due to the ongoing of epidemic, our watch lasted 3 hours with 4 attendances. During the watch; On our watch this week, we gathered for the implementation of the decision regarding the former co-chair of HDP…

5. Action

As the Movement for Unconditional Justice, we stood our 5th watch in front of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on Friday, December 25th. The watch, in which 4 people attended due to the pandemic, lasted 2 hours. The subject of this week was the strip search which is also in Turkey’s agenda at the moment…

4. Action

As the Movement For Unconditional Justice, we carried out our fourth watch in front of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on Friday, December 18th.  Due to the ongoing of the epidemic, our watch lasted 2 hours with 5 attendances. The subject of the week was the curfews and aggrievements experienced in the Southeast…

3. Action

As we do every week, we stood our thirth watch in front of European Court of Human Rights on December 10th “ Human Rights Day”. Due to ongoing of the epidemic, our watch lasted 2 hours with 5 people. During the watch; Because of the Human Rights Day, as citizens of the Republic of Turkey,…

2. Action

As the Movement for Unconditional Justice, we held our second watch in front of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on Friday, December 4th. Our watch, which allowed 4 people to attend due to the coronavirus pandemic, lasted 3 hours. During the watch; We informed the visitors who came to our stand by distributing…

1. Action

  As the Movement for Unconditional Justice, we held our first watch in front of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on Friday, November 27th. Our Watch, which allowed 10 people to attend due to the corona virus epidemic, lasted 3 hours. During the watch; In line with the request for “unconditional justice”, we made a  press release…