Media Ethics

Figen Yüksekdağ’s poetry book is banned

Figen Yüksekdağ's poetry book titled “Walls to be Demolished” published by the Ceylan Publications, the former Co-Leader of the HDP, who is in prison, was banned for alleged “organizational propaganda”. Books were decided to be collected and destroyed . In...

RSF: Clarify the  Murder of Güngör Arslan

After the release of 4 people in the murder case of journalist Güngör Arslan, Reporters Without Borders Organization (RSF) called for ‘clarification’ of the murder and ‘accountability’ from all perpetrators. Rebecca Vincent, RSF Director of Operations and Campaigns, said: “We...

TGS: We will defend journalists and journalism

Recently, it was revealed that dozens of journalists whose articles were published in the International Journalist Post magazine were blacklisted by the General Directorate of Security. Journalists Union of Turkey (TGS) Chairman Gökhan Durmuş and  Mustafa Kuleli, general organization secretary of the...

Journalist arrested for reporting AKP corruption

Bitlis Journalists Association President Sinan Aygul, who reported on corruption allegations in the 450 million dollar Geothermal Energy Project in Bitlis in 2014, was arrested on penalty of a lawsuit filed against him for calling the AKP Bitlis Deputy Vahit...

Journalist Ibrahim Haskologlu was arrested

Journalist Ibrahim Haskologlu, who was investigated for “illegally seizing personal information” after sharing identity cards of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and MIT Director Hakan Fidan, was arrested.