TURKEY: QUO VADIS? | EMAR SEMINAR – Panel Discussion


EMAR SEMINAR – PANEL DISCUSSION

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M. Sehmus Guzel, “Consequences of the Emergency Regime (OHAL) on the Working Class Movement”

Kumru Baser, “Turkish Coup: What does R.T. Erdogan’s State of Emergency (OHAL) mean for women?”

Mumin Koseoglu, “Turkey’s New State of Emergency (OHAL) from A Global Perspective”

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Prof Dr M. Sehmus Guzel is an internationally renowned expert on the history of working classes and trade unions in Turkey, researching this topic since the 1970s. He is the author of many books, among which are Turkiye’de İşçi Hareketi, 1908-1984 [Workers Movement in Turkey, 1908-1984] and İşçi Tarihine Bakmak [Looking at Workers History]. Prof. Guzel is continuing his work in France since 1982.

Kumru Baser, a distinguished journalist living in London, worked as a regional analyst for the BBC Turkish service for decades, currently working as a freelance journalist.

Mumin Koseoglu, is an ICT Engineer living in London since 1990s, is a founder of EMAR. He worked at metal workers union Maden-Is before the 1980 military coup and was jailed after the 1980 military coup.

ELCOME ***  ALL WELCOME ***  ALL WELCOME ***  ALL WELCOME ***  ALL WELCO 

SEMINAR SERIES No 5

Friday, 28 October 2016
6:30pm – 8:30pm

VENUE:
Meeting Room 3,
Finsbury Park Trust FinSpace
225-229 Seven Sisters Rd,
Finsbury Park, London,
N4 2DA

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