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Thomas has close links with the Kurdish Human Rights Project, which is taking the Turkish government to the Court of Human Rights on charges of torture and barbarism, he says.
However, recent assessments by the Kurdish Human Rights Project (KHRP) have noted deficiencies in the implementation of human rights measures, and even perceive a decline in womenAEs rights on the ground.
(9.) Kerim Yildiz and Mark Muller, "The EU, Turkey and the Kurds," in International Conference on Turkey, the Kurds and the EU European Parliament, Brussels, 22-23 November 2004--Conference Papers (Great Britain: Kurdish Human Rights Project, 2005), p.
Executive Director of the Kurdish Human Rights Project, Yildiz asks whether, behind all the fanfare of reform and rejuvenation of democracy, Turkey is really changing; how appropriate it is to open formal accession negotiations for Turkish membership in the European Union; what Turkey's next steps should be; and what prospects Union accession hold for Turkey's long-embattled minority Kurds.
The protesters, including members of Friends of the Earth, the Ilisu Dam Campaign and the Kurdish Human Rights Project, were kept behind barriers opposite the Radisson SAS Portman Hotel by about 20 police officers.