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2019 Human Rights Violations Report
2019 Human Rights Violations Report of the Association of Protestant Church
2018 Human Rights Violations Report
2018 Human Rights Violations Report of the Association of Protestant Church
2017 Human Rights Violations Report
Since 2007 the Association of Protestant Church has published these monitoring reports which explain the Protestant community’s situation in Turkey.
2016 Human Rights Violations Report
The Turkish Protestant community is made up of over 140 small and large fellowships, mostly in Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir. ...
The member States of the Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) have 300 million Christian citizens
A Commentary based on a table of member countries of the OIC and the religion of their citizens – a statistical research project of the International Institute of Religious Freedom (2013, translated 2016)
Plausibility test of PEW reports on restrictions of religion
Cross-sectional country comparison for the years 2007 to 2014 (translated by Christof Sauer)
2015 Human Rights Violations Report
The Association of Protestant Churches has published reports since 2007 which explain the situation of Protestant churches in Turkey.
The Armenian Question in Turkey’s Domestic and International Policy
Even if the Armenian question does not have the importance of the Kurd question for Turkey’s domestic policy, it plays a central role for Turkey’s selfunderstanding.
2014 Human Rights Violations Report
The Association of Protestant Churches1 has published reports since 2007 in order to monitor the position of the Protestant community in Turkey.
The Persecution of Christians as a Worldwide Phenomenon: Testimony of Elliott Abrams
U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Commissioner Elliott Abrams testified before the Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and ...