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Nazli Yirtar

Nazlı Yırtar is an MA candidate in International Public Affairs at LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome. She has experience in corporate multinationals for seven years in labour policy, equal pay policy practices and engagement of handicapped employees in the workplace. Nazli is interested in domestic and international politics, Turkey's EU journey, abuse of women and children and discrimination.

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Latest posts by Nazli Yirtar

19 April 2016

Child Abuse in Turkey a ‘Serious Reality’ Silenced by Stigma

Abused children "may choose silence if they doubt they will be believed," child psychologist Cemre Soysal told Global Voices.

7 April 2016

Want to Understand Global Inequality? Juxtapose the Panama Papers and the EU-Turkey Migrant Deal

The Bridge

"That that Panama Papers and refugee deal stories arrived in newsrooms and social media timelines in quick succession set the stage for a debate about the unfair allocation of wealth."

29 March 2016

Mass Child Abuse Scandal Rocks Turkish Pro-Government Foundation in Turkey

"In a case of 45 alleged child rapes, only a single person is being charged. This is statistically impossible. #ChildAbusersProtectedInTurkey."

25 March 2016

The Days of Self-Contained Extremism are Over

The Bridge

"The more deaths in Turkey's Kurdish areas, the greater the chance of attacks in Ankara or Istanbul. As violence grows in the Middle East, the more vulnerable Europe's cities become."

27 August 2015

Is Turkey Turning Time Back Towards the Dreaded Nineties?

The Bridge

Turkey will host snap elections in November against a background of fear, anger and violence. Is this the way President Erdoğan wanted it?

5 June 2015

What Does Turkey's General Election Promise for Women?

The Bridge

'We must begin the process of overturning the status quo and demand more of all the parties that make it into the next parliament.'