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Der aktualisierte Index der akademischen Freiheit (Academic Freedom Index-AFI) wurde im März 2021 veröffentlicht. Er deckt fünf Dimensionen der akademischen Freiheit ab und ist das Ergebnis internationaler Zusammenarbeit. Die Forschung zur akademischen Freiheit umfasst 175 Länder. Sie basiert auf Bewertungen mehrerer unabhängiger Experten aus jedem Land. Die vorherige Version wurde in März 2020 veröffentlicht und umfasste 144 Länder. Die Berichte stützen sich auf relevante Informationen und Forschungsergebnisse aus dem Jahr 1900. Die zweite Ausgabe des Index zeigt, dass nur 20 Prozent der Weltbevölkerung in Ländern leben, in denen die akademische Freiheit gut geschützt ist. In vielen Ländern gibt es Anzeichen…

Academics at Risk Platform Report, December 2020 Erdogan Regime declared the state of emergency on 20 July 2016, by accusing the Gülen Movement of being responsible for the coup attempt to be able to effectively fight against Gülen Movement and other opposition groups. The Turkish Higher Education System is consisting of two main components: State Universities financed by the State and Privately Founded Universities. There are 129 State Universities and 75 Private founded Universities in Turkey. This report reflects the situation of the Universities and Academia in Turkey in the post-coup attempt period. Statutory Decrees and Dismissals Only three days…

STATE EMERGENCY and ERDOGAN REGIME Erdogan regime declared the state of emergency for 3 months on July 20, 2016, with aim of an effective fight against Gulen movement and all oppositions as the result of their accusation of Gulen movement as the mastermind of July 15, 2016, military coup attempt. Higher Education System of Turkey contains two types of structure: State Universities and Foundation Universities (called also Private Universities). There are, at present, 129 state Universities and 72 Foundation Universities in Turkey and this report accentuates situation of State Universities and Academia. Statutory Decrees and Dismissals Only three days after…

All those who are associated with the so-called attempted coup and who are seen as oppositional to the government are subject to a systematic purge.  Interrogation, arrests and detention are carried out.  Fundamental rights have been abolished, tens of thousands of innocent judges, prosecutors, journalists, academics and teachers are being detained.  One suspicion is sufficient to be seen as a government opposition. The social results of such a purge were investigated and a report of “Social Costs of State of Emergency in the Third Year” prepared by the Justice Group for Victims was announced. If you will, you can reach…

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