Archiv für November 2017

Curfews in Turkey Between the Dates 16 August 2015 – 1 November 2017

According to the information gathered by the Human Rights Foundation of Turkey Documentation Center, between 16 August 2015 and 1 November 2017, there has been at least 268 officially confirmed round-the-clock [all daylong] and/or open-ended curfews in 11 cities and at least 47 districts of Turkey.

The relevant cities and districts that curfews implemented are as follow: DİYARBAKIR (145 times), MARDİN (45 times), HAKKÂRİ (23 times), ŞIRNAK (13 times), BİTLİS (13 times), MUŞ (7 times), BİNGÖL (7 times), TUNCELİ (6 times), BATMAN (5 times), ELAZIĞ (2 times) and SİİRT (2 times).

In addition to these, as of 11 August 2017, there has been at least 9 curfews declarad in various villages and flatlands of Şemdinli district of Hakkâri, and Hizan, Güroymak, Mutki and Central districts of Bitlis with limitations on time (implemented only in between the designated hours). These curfews, which are declared within limitations, are not included in abovementioned data. However they will be monitored by our Documentation Center.

It is estimated that, according to the 2014 population census, at least 1 million 809 thousand residents have been affected by these curfews and fundemental rights of these people such as right to liberty and security of person; right to privacy, family, home or correspondence; freedom of assembly and association; freedom of religion; freedom of receive and impart information; right to reserve of property; right to education and especially right to life; right to health and prohibition of torture are explicitly violated. Yet, this data is not possible to be updated since the regions of curfews slid to the villages and flatlands in 2016, by the reason that their population census is whether not taken or not released to the public.

lick here to download the detailed table of the curfews and pdf version of this fact sheet.

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Human Rights Foundation of Turkey (HRFT), established in 1990, is a non-governmental and non-profit human rights organisation providing treatment and rehabilitation services for torture survivors and documenting human rights violations in Turkey.

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Erdbeben in Kurdistan

The powerful earthquake in the Kurdish regions

A 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck near the Iran-Iraq border on Nov. 12, leaving more than 400 dead and injuring nearly 7,000 others.

MORE: Humanitarian Response and Coordination Aftermath of the Earthquake Hit Kurdistan Region of Iraq on 12 November 2017

Kurdische Gemeinde Deutschland e.V. Spendenaufruf Erdbeben in Kurdistan

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Liebe Freunde,

Das verheerende Erdbeben in Kurdistan hat hunderte Menschen getötet, tausende verletzt und zigtausende obdachlos gemacht. Nicht nur Häuser von Bewohnern wurden zerstört, sondern auch Krankenhäuser, Sanitäranlagen und die gesamte Infrastruktur der Region. Die kalten Wintermonate stehen bevor und in den eisigen Bergen Kurdistans brauchen die Menschen jede Hilfe, die sie erhalten können. Deshalb bittet euch die Kurdische Gemeinde in Deutschland um eine Spende, damit wir gemeinsam den Menschen vor Ort helfen können. Wir werden mit den Behörden vor Ort abklären was benötigt wird und je nach Bedarf, Decken, medizinisches Material, Heizstrahler und alles was uns möglich ist besorgen und in die Region schicken.

Bitte teilt diesen Aufruf und lasst uns gemeinsam Solidarität mit den Menschen in Kurdistan zeigen. Hier geht es nicht um Politik, nicht um dieses oder jenes Land, sondern einzig und allein um die unschuldige Bevölkerung, die von einer verheerenden Naturkatastrophe heimgesucht wurde. Bitte helft!

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