Safeguarding freedom of expression in Turkey:
Freedom of expression and media freedom in Turkey has deteriorated sharply since the failed coup attempt in July 2016. Hundreds of media outlets and publishing houses have been shut down, and over one hundred writers are in jail following an unprecedented crackdown.
Join Turkish writers as they discuss prospects for freedom of expression in Turkey following the landmark referendum in April 2017 aimed at changing the political system and granting sweeping powers to the President.
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