He lived with close friends in Gazi, one of Istanbul’s popular and revolutionary neighborhoods. Like all young journalists, he did not have a fixed roof or home. He wandered like a pilgrim with his backpack and took photos.
According to his agency 140journos, photographer Çağdaş Erdoğan has been arrested in Istanbul. He was officially arrested on September 13 on the now-traditional accusation of belonging to a terrorist organization.
The mainstream media don’t talk much about Rojava and even less about what goes on there. They never talk about women’s struggles. Quickly forget that the masculine and the virile do not have a monopoly on resistance, courage and armed struggle. You, readers of Kedistan, know about Aslı, Zehra, Nuriye… and you will adore Soraida, a woman from […]
The Václav Havel İstanbul Prize was awarded to Burhan Sönmez for his novel İstanbul İstanbul, translated in 25 languages.
Wasn’t it one of your royal first ladies who said “if they have no bread, let them eat brioche”? Apparently, this is top of the news in Turkey. Your minister of strange – I mean, foreign – affairs should be coming over shortly to do business with our government.
Kazım Kızıl, aka “Ka”, journalist at Kamera Sokak, photographer and video activist, was taken into custody on April 17 while he was covering a protest demonstration in Izmir, then jailed for three months.
In an article published by Sol Gazetesi, Ayçin Özoktay documents the exploitation of daily domestic service employees, now an integral part of the service industry which functions like other industrial sectors on a capitalist mechanism that rests on the exploitation of a work force « with no security » , « flexible » and « […]
A number of journalists are in jail in Turkey. Therefore, that is where several of them work. It is also where they meet those fighting for another future in Turkey, and who are jailed for that reason.
In addition to her latest column we are sharing here, Carol Mann writes us : Seemingly mismatched information accumulates.
Migrants most useful to Erdoğan « We can open the doors to Greece and Bulgaria for the refugees and put them on buses. » This is what Erdoğan answered the President of the European Commission during a meeting in Ankara on November 16 2015.
To the World Water Council My objective today, coming here with my canoe, rowing from Bordeaux to Marseille, is to draw everyone’s attention on the importance of water as precious source of life for all living beings of our planet, and remind once again that it is a living resource and not a good.
Şûjin, the feminist newspaper, has been banned and shut down, following the promulgation of decree n° 693 on August 25th. Şûjin’s offices and those of the news agency Diha, also forbidden by decree, have been placed under seal.
After describing her struggle as a journalist, presenting a few of her artistic creations, putting forth her persistence and her courage during exchanges and multiple meetings in the past two weeks, talking some more about Zehra Doğan takes on the appearance of an appeal.