ASULİS Project (EN)
The report on the discriminatory discourse analysis of the media during Four Day War in Nagorno-Karabakh is published
The documentary 'Gacı Gibi' (Hatewalk) was screened in Hrant Dink Foundation Havak Hall on March 29
As part of the collaboration with Istanbul Bilgi University Faculty of Communication, students taking the course "Independent Interdisciplinary Work" participate in the media monitoring
Carrying the Media Watch on Hate Speech Project of the Hrant Dink Foundation which has been continuing since 2009 a step further, ASULIS is the first social sciences laboratory in Turkey that struggles against discrimination, works on discourse studies and supports the efforts carried out in this field. Aspiring to be a pioneering, innovative and interdisciplinary structure, it confronts discrimination and discriminatory discourses in various contexts and create a space that serves human rights, democratization, equality and pluralism.
In the report issued with the collaboration of Imagine Center for Conflict Transformation, how the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia was covered in the media in Azerbaijan, Armenia and Turkey was examined.
After the screening of the documentary Gacı Gibi (Hatewalk), the talk moderated by Yıldız Tar from Kaos GL was held with the participation of director Serkan Çiftçi and Berfin Kılıç, who is featured in the documentary.
Within March 27 - April 2, 2017, four news articles that generate hate speech had been selected for the weekly report. These articles generating hate speech against Bulgarians, Germans, non-Muslims and LGBTIs are analyzed.
After the screening, the talk was moderated by Şenay Özden, and the director İbrahim Yeşilbaş, the coordinator Yılmaz Delen and the actor Jwan Abdo talked about their experiences during and after the shooting.
Under the moderation of Feyza Akınerdem, Banu Güven, Emine Uçak Erdoğan and Melis Alphan discussed the represantation of women in media and their experiences as women journalists.
Within February 27 - March 5, 2017, five news articles that generate hate speech had been selected for the weekly report. These articles targeting Armenians, Jews, Christians, Rums, Greeks and Syrians are analyzed.