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About Sibel Hurtas

Sibel Hurtas started her career as a journalist in 1998 for the daily Evrensel, continued at Sabah, Taraf and Habertürk, reporting on high juridical affairs. She was awarded the Metin Göktepe journalism prize (2004), Musa Anter journalism prize (2004), and an achievement award by the Turkish Journalism Society (2005). Her books include: Kafesteki Türkiye: Hıristiyanlar Neden Öldürüldü (Turkey Within the Cage: Why the Christians Were Murdered, 2013, Iletisim Publishers), Canına Tak Eden Kadınlar - Kocalarını Neden Öldürürler (The Women Who Had Enough - Why Do They Kill Their Husbands, 2014, Iletisim Publishers). 

 

Articles by Sibel Hurtas

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Adam Ramsay is the Co-Editor of openDemocracyUK

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Story of an ‘unidentified’ detainee

From the Counter-Terrorism Division in Ankara, Turkey... The story’s named by others, but filled by women who resist the war. We live in a story whose title reads ‘unidentified’.

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