Turkey: Freedom Train

“My main objection is why the newspaper needs such a campaign,” writes Erkan's Field Diary in response to a recent “Freedom Train” campaign started by the Hürriyet newspaper to draw attention to human rights in Turkey.

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  • Dear Deborah, today I learnt that Amnesty International’s Turkey Branch participated this freedom train project. I have no objection to ask for support from corporate business circles. But at this Turkey’s critical moment, Amnesty International people shouldn’t have cooperated with this notariously nationalist and statist newspaper. AI is one of the few international NGOs I really respect. Now this act is a blog to my beliefs…

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