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İstanbul’dan 80 km uzaklıktaki Silivri’de bulunan büyük cezaevi kompleksindeki iki devlet mahkemesinden birisinde bu gün, anti terörist mücadele kisvesi altındaki demokrat entelektüellere karşı Türk hükümetinin açtığı soruşturma bir hükme bağlanacaktı.

(GIT Akademik özgürlükleri savunmak üzere akademisyenler tarafından oluşturulmuş uluslar arası bir girişimdir)

 GIT Inisyatifi BİLDİRİSİ Fransa, Paris, 10 Ekim 2013
İstanbul’dan 80 km uzaklıktaki Silivri’de bulunan büyük cezaevi kompleksindeki iki devlet mahkemesinden birisinde bu gün, anti terörist mücadele kisvesi altındaki demokrat entelektüellere karşı Türk hükümetinin açtığı soruşturma bir hükme bağlanacaktı. GIT  “ Türkiye’de araştırma ve eğitim özgürlüğü” -Belge Yayınları’nın kurucusu ve yöneticisi Ragıp Zarakolu’nun, Marmara Üniversitesi Siyaset Bilimi Profesörü Büşra Ersanlı’nın (şu an her ikisinin de serbest olarak yargılanmaları devam etmekte) ve Kürt yanlısı legal parti BDP’nin kültürel aktiviteleri dâhilinde Aristoteles’ten başlayarak siyaset felsefesi üzerine vermiş olduğu konferanslar nedeniyle, 4 Ekim 2011’den beri hapiste bulunan Ragıp Zarakolu’nun kendisi gibi editör olan oğlu Deniz Zarakolu’nun kaderleri üzerinde – özellikle gözü açık ve ihtiyatlı olacaktır. Bu aynı şekilde Belge yayınları ile çalışan ve göz altındaki diğer kişiler: Emekli öğretmen A. Dursun Yıldız ve çevirmen Ayşe Berktay için de geçerlidir. Devlet gücünün ve siyasi gücün bu entelektüelleri hırsla, vahşice terörize etmeye çalışması siyasi süreç kapsamında gözaltında olan yüzlerce öğrenci ve gazetecinin durumunu aydınlatmaktadır. Çünkü onlar da Türkiye’deki  ifade özgürlüğünü, araştırma ve eğitim özgürlüğünü savunmayı seçmişlerdir.
GIT France est la branche française du Groupe de travail international (GIT)
« Liberté de recherche et d’enseignement en Turquie », une initiative internationale d’universitaires, de chercheurs, d’étudiants, de traducteurs et d’éditeurs née à Paris le 21 novembre 2011
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GIT’in akademik özgürlükleri savunan açıklamalarına destek verenler arasında şu gibi isimler var:
Dr. Vincent Duclert (Associate Professor of History, Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales/EHESS, France) ; Dr. Diana Gonzalez (Ph.D EHESS, Sociology and Aesthetics) ; Dr. Hamit Bozarslan (Professor of History and Sociology, EHESS) ; Dr. Yves Déloye (Professor of Political Science, Sciences Po Bordeaux and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Secretary General of the Association française de science politique) ; Emine Sarikartal (Ph.D Candidate Université de Paris-Nanterre, France, translator and editor, Philosophy) ; Ferhat Taylan (Ph.D Candidate Université de Bordeaux, France, and translator, Philosophy), co-founders of the GIT initiative (November 21, 2011) Academic Liberty and Freedom of Research in Turkey,
Alexis Govciyan (President of the Coordination Council of French Armenian Organizations (CCAF) and President of Europe de la mémoire) ; Dr. Dalita Roger-Hacyan (Associate Professor of English Language, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France) ; Dr. Roger W. Smith(Professor Emeritus of Government at the College of William and Mary in Virginia, USA, Co-founder and Past President of the International Association of Genocide Scholars).
Dr. Samim Akgönül (Associate Professor of History and Political Science, Université de Strasbourg, France) ; Dr. Salih Akın (Associate Professor of Linguistics, Université de Rouen) ;Dr. Janine Altounian (Researcher, Translator) ; Dr. Derya Bayir (Independent Scholar and Lawyer, UK) ; Dr. Avner Ben-Amos (Professor of History, Tel Aviv University, Israel) ; Dr. Alice von Bieberstein (Research assistant, University of Cambridge, member of GIT Germany) ; Johann Bihr (Reporters sans frontiers [Reporters Without Borders], Head of Europe & Central Asia Desk) ; Dr. Faruk Bilici (Professor of History, INALCO, France) ; Dr. Martin van Bruinessen (Emeritus Professor of Comparative Studies of Contemporary Muslim Societies, Utrecht University, Holland) ; Dr. Cengiz Cağla (Associate Professor of Political Science, Yildiz University, Turkey) ; Dr. Etienne Copeaux (Historian, GREMMO, France) ; Dr. Caroline Finkel (Honorary Fellow, University of Edinburgh, UK) ; Dr. Andrea Fischer-Tahir(Research Fellow at the Zentrum Moderner Orient Berlin, Germany) ; Dr. Zeynep Gambetti(Associate Professor of Political Theory, Boğazici University, Turkey, Co-founder of GIT Turkey) ;Dr. Zeynep Kadirbeyoğlu (Associate Professor of Political Science, Boğazici University, Turkey) ; Dr. Ali Kazancigil (Co-director of the journal Anatoli, Political Science) ; Dr. Raymond Kévorkian (Professor, Institut Français de Géopolitique, Université Paris 8-Saint-Denis) ; Dr. Jean-Pierre Mahé (Member of the Institut, France) ; Dr. Michel Marian(Lecturer, Sciences Po Paris, France) ; Dr. Claire Mauss-Copeaux (Historian, GREMMO, France) ; Dr. Claire Mouradian (Senior Research Fellow in History, CNRS France) ; Dr. Esra Mungan (Assistant Professor of Psychology, Boğazici University, Turkey); Dr. Leyla Neyzi(Professor of Arts and Social Sciences, Sabancı University, Turkey) ; Ozden Ocak (PhD Candidate in Cultural Studies, George Mason University, USA) ; Zeynep Oguz (Ph.D. Candidate, Harvard University, USA) ; Séta Papazian (President of Collectif VAN, France) ;Dr. Hélène Piralian-Simonyan (Psychoanalyst and Writer, Founding Member of AIRCRIGE France)  ; Dr. Yasar Ozan Say (Visiting Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, Bridgewater State University, USA) ; Dr. Gürel Tüzün (History Foundation, Turkey) ; Dr. Gündüz Vassaf(Psychologist, writer) ; Dr. Ipek K. Yosmaoğlu (Assistant Professor, Northwestern University, USA).
GIT Initiative : Urgent Declaration (October 10, 2013)
In the huge Silivri prison complex, 80 kilometers from Istanbul, a verdict will be made today in one of two state trials that the Turkish government is pursuing against the democratic intellectuals who are facing charges under the guise of counter-terrorism. GIT “Freedom of research and Academic Liberty in Turkey” will be particularly vigilant regarding the fate of Ragip Zarakolu , founder and director of Belge Publishing and Büsra Ersanli , professor of political science at the University of Marmara (both currently released from prison but still charged). We remain keenly vigilant also in regards to the fate of Deniz Zarakolu, editor at Belge, son of Ragip Zarakolu , and imprisoned since October 4, 2011 for giving lectures on Political Philosophy from Aristotle today, during the seminars held by the legal pro-Kurdish BDP’s Party Academy. We remain vigilant concerning others who have worked with Belge, such as A. Dursun Yildiz, a retired professor, and writer/translator, Ayse Berktay, both of whom are also still in detainment. The ferocity with which the State power is terrorizing these intellectuals brings to light the situation of hundreds of students and journalists who are still being detained or still facing charges because they too have chosen to defend freedom of expression, freedom of research, and academic liberty in Turkey.
Communique du GIT Initiative et du GIT France, Paris, 10 octobre 2013
Dans l’énorme complexe judiciaro-pénitentiaire de Silivri, à 80 kilomètres d’Istanbul, devrait être rendu aujourd’hui le verdict dans l’un des deux procès d’Etat que le gouvernement turc instruit contre les intellectuels démocrates sous couvert de lutte antiterroriste. GIT « Liberté de recherche et d’enseignement en Turquie » sera particulièrement vigilant sur le sort de Ragip Zarakolu, fondateur et directeur des éditions Belge et de Büsra Ersanli, professeur de science politique à l’université de Marmara (tous les deux actuellement en liberté préventive), mais aussi sur celui de Deniz Zarakolu, éditeur lui aussi, fils de Ragip Zarakolu, emprisonné depuis le 4 octobre 2011 pour avoir prononcé une conférence sur Aristote dans le cadre des activités culturelles du parti légal pro-kurde BDP, et aussi sur celui d’autres collaborateurs de Belge, A  Dursun Yildiz, professeur à la retraite, et Ayse Berktay, traductrice, également détenus. L’acharnement du pouvoir politique et du pouvoir d’Etat à terroriser ces intellectuels éclaire la situation des centaines d’étudiants et de journalistes, détenus, sous le coup de procès politiques, parce qu’ils ont choisi eux aussi de défendre la liberté d’expression, la liberté de recherche et d’enseignement en Turquie.

Pam [szarakolu@yahoo.com]

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