During the Turkey trip, the group spent time with leaders and grassroots activists of the HDK (People’s Democratic Congress) and the HDP (People’s Democratic Party); travelled to Ankara to attend the court hearing of the detained HDK co-spokesperson Onur Hamzaolgu; and travelled to Dyabirkir to meet with Kurdish social movements and civil society groups. The week included meetings with activists from a broad range of sectors including trade unions, victims groups, women’s organisations, cultural groups, youth organisations and many more.
knowledge4struggle@knowledge4strugGreat talk by Anna Stavrianakis: As an academic at a British university , we need to go beyond sympathy to solidari… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…13 November 2019
knowledge4struggle@knowledge4strugRT @MENACSussex: Only an hour to go, join us at Jubilee Lecture Theatre! twitter.com/MENACSussex/st…13 November 2019
knowledge4struggle@knowledge4strugRT @kellyjobluen: Amazing panel on participatory research with majority of the panel joining us on Skype. So many challenging insights on e…20 October 2019
knowledge4struggle@knowledge4strugRT @GKBhambra: Powerful, powerful roundtable on 'Race, Extraction, and the Materialities of Knowledge Production' with Bob Vitalis, Yolande…19 October 2019
knowledge4struggle@knowledge4strugGreat opening session to ‘Extraction, expropriation, erasure? Knowledge production in International Relations’ from… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…19 October 2019