Turkey’s major women issues related GONGO gives official support to the İstanbul Convention as Hollywood Celebrities post black and white photos to voice solidarity with femicide victims in Turkey…

KADEM’s support news in Turkish here. Oh You don’t know what GONGO is?

I assume after this support misogynistic circles inside the ruling party may retreat a little bit…

The Guardian

Feminists in Turkey have called on the rest of the world not to forget the original context of Instagram’s #challengeaccepted trend, which was supposed to draw attention to skyrocketing rates of gender-based violence in the country before it was

Dozens of celebrities all over the world have posted black and white pictures of themselves to voice solidarity with victims of femicides in Turkey.

The celebrities, including Ellie Goulding, Christina Aguilera, Milla Jovovich, Cobie Smulders, Eva Green, Florence Pugh, Halsey, Jessica Biel, Olivia Wilde, Emmy Rossum, Evan Rachel Wood, Sophia Bush, Demi Moore, Vanessa Hudgens, AnnaSophia Robb and Demi Lovato, shared pictures of themselves either in their stories or timelines, while also pointing to violence against women and femicides in Turkey.

Challenging the Istanbul Convention is a serious setback for women’s rights”: Jelena Drenjanin

“The Istanbul Convention is the first legally binding instrument at European level, providing a comprehensive legal framework for the prevention of
Actresses, artists and singers from around the world have joined the social media campaign that started after Pınar Gültekin was murdered by a man. Women post their black-and-white pictures, attaching the note, “Challenge accepted.”

Feminists remind world of Turkish origins of latest ‘challenge accepted’ trend | Ahval

Feminists in Turkey have spoken out to remind social media users of the Turkish origins of…
Hollywood actresses and world-famous celebrities have joined Turkish women’s social media campaign calling for putting an end to domestic violence with the hashtag #ChallengeAccepted, urging other women to join the trend.

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