Hatice Nur Keskin
Hatice Nur Keskin is a deputy researcher at TRT World Research Centre.
Items by Hatice Nur Keskin
- May 15, 2023 Hatice Nur Keskin
For the past 12 years, the world has come together to mark Global Accessibility Awareness Day on the 3rd Thursday of May, with this year’s event falling on the 18th. It serves as a timely reminder of our collective commitment to inclusivity. Yet, amidst the celebrations, it is disheartening...
- November 29, 2022 Hatice Nur Keskin
This year, 25 November marked the first day of the sixteen days of activism to end violence against women and girls. The final day will coincide with International Human Rights Day on 10 December. Despite awareness about the issue — 155 countries have passed laws on domestic violence, and...
- July 20, 2022 Hatice Nur Keskin
People with disabilities are the largest and most diverse minority within the population, representing all abilities, ages, races, ethnicities, religions and socio-economic backgrounds. According to the World Health Organisation, an estimated one billion people — approximately 15 per cent of the world’s population — live with some form of...
- July 5, 2022 Hatice Nur Keskin
Merely 20 years ago, Afghan women’s pretended ‘liberation’ was among the justifications put forward by the Bush Administration to invade Afghanistan. The military aggression took place amidst white feminist fervour. Many critics viewed that moment as “a white man’s crusade to save brown women”. In the past decade, though,...
- June 16, 2022 Hatice Nur Keskin
It has been several weeks since the verdict of the Heard vs. Depp trial; however, it seems that the aftermath will have long-term effects on several issues, as specialists point out. What happened in the courtroom? In 2018, Heard penned her now-infamous op-ed in The Washington Post, claiming she experienced...
- March 7, 2022 Hatice Nur Keskin
Proclaimed by the UN in 1975, International Women’s Day (IWD) is a global event celebrated annually on 8 March. Although this was considered initially to be the legacy of a western movement, women’s rights were debated in other parts of the world long beforehand. For example, in 1920, doctors...