In recent years, human rights violations have increasingly been reported in Turkey. Various international bodies and courts have confirmed this, sometimes even in very sharp terms. That is why we have taken the initiative to set up a “Turkey Tribunal.”
2013: Internship at the International Center for Transitional Justice (department of international criminal law), New York
2013 to date: Registered at the New York Bar
2013: Internship at the Cambodia Tribunal in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
2013: Guest Lecturer in International Criminal Law at the Royal University of Law and Economics of Phnom Penh, Cambodia
2014 to date: Registered at the Ghent Bar
2015 to date: Practical assistant University of Antwerp
2016 to date: Active in the League for Human Rights (Liga voor Mensenrechten)
This report will be written by Johan Heymans. He will use, amongst others, the published report of the human rights center of Ankara Bar.
Can we, taken in account the reports and the testimonies produced before the tribunal, conclude that abductions again are a part of the action of the state towards opposing persons and that no serious inquiry is organized about these facts?