Set journalists free in Turkey: EFJ campaign update

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) launched an international campaign to set free all journalists in Turkey. Here is the latest update.

Latest News

  • 10 July 2013 – The Gezi protests have shown the rampant institutional bias in Turkey’s media which now leaves little room for facts, by Burcu Baykurt in LSE
  • 10 July 2013 – Female journalist Zeynep Kuray not to get Alpi Award in Italy because of judicial travel ban, ANSA
  • 10 July 2013 – Turkey: End police violence against journalists. (DE, FR, TR), by Sedat Erdin in Hürriyet
  • 8 July 2013 – 13 reporters have been injured and 2 arrested, Bianet in Turkish
  • 8 July 2013 – Turkey police arrest 59 protesters (12 journalists), Voice of Russia
  • 8 July 2013 – Council of Europe: Turkey: police violence must not go unpunished, Council of Europe
  • 5 July 2013 – Plus de 60 journalistes emprisonnés, par Patrick Kamenka dans Humanité Dimanche (PDF)
  • 4 July 2013 – Journalistes derrière les barreaux, par François Janne d’Othée dans Afrique Asie (PDF)
  • 4 July 2013 – The Government of Poland and the MFA are concerned about the violence that occurred in Istanbul, Anna Sochanska in a letter to the President of EFJ
  • 2 July 2013 – Turkeyh : Press freedom fight continues as media crackdown escalates, in EFJ Focus newsletter

Upcoming events

24 July in Istanbul : colloquium on “censorship in Turkey” organised by the Turkish Journalists’ Plaform for the Liberties
24 July in Istanbul : Bianet and Özgür Radyo journalist Füsun Erdogan’s case
5 August in Istanbul : next hearing in Ergenekon case
8 October in Istanbul : ETHA news agency journalists case
11 September in Istanbul : next hearing in OdaTV case
25-27 September in Istanbul : KCK Press case (one case with 44 pro-Kurdish under prosection and 22 journalists still in jail)

Feel free to contact me by email to report any relevant news or activity regarding press freedom in Turkey:
Mehmet Koksal
info@mehmet.be

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