UN experts : Mercenaries in and around the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone must be withdrawn

UN human rights experts* noted the agreement reached on 9 November to put an end to hostilities in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, and hope that it will lead to sustained peace in the region. They are nonetheless concerned by the use of mercenaries in and around the conflict zone until this agreement was reached, and expressed alarm at the devastating consequences for the civilian population, with little prospects of accountability. 

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The mechanism that power is trying to repeal: The Co-Chair system


The first article in the Co-Chair system series was entitled “A mechanism that dismantles the power: Co-chair system”. It examined the system that has been implemented by Kurdish political parties for the first time in Turkey, from past to present, to ensure full equality of women and men in politics and it examined the manner in which this political system has transformed politics in Turkey.

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