Released as part of the “Resilience” project in partnership with a series of media organizations including bianet, “Hate and Disinformation Narratives in the Online Mediascape in Turkey” report analyzes the narratives against four main target groups.
In other news:
A group monitoring the violations of free expression in Turkey has released a report about the country’s legal practices concerning ECtHR decisions.
The holding undertook a large number of construction and infrastructure projects in the AKP era.
Hamza Yerlikaya, a former national wrestler, is a senior advisor to the president, a deputy minister and the vice-chair of a state-run bank.
The Human Rights Joint Platform (İHOP) has released a statement and shared its views as to the amendments introduced by the bill which will allow the appointment of trustees to civil society organizations, if passed by the Parliament.
Private Turkish television broadcaster Olay TV, which started broadcasting in its new office…
Olay TV didn’t claim to be doing “critical reporting” but keeping “an equal distance to everyone,” which wasn’t apparently enough for the government.
Ahead of the hearing of arrested rights defender and businessperson Osman Kavala today, 15 rights organizations have released a statement and said, “We believe that the only just outcome in the unfair prosecution against Kavala is his acquittal.”