Don't forget to put up your poster for hunger strikers today!

German activists called on people to put up their poster and join the campaign to draw attention to the state of 7 thousand prisoners on hunger strike demanding the end of isolation against Öcalan.

The hunger strike resistance led by DTK co-chair and HDP Hakkari MP Leyla Güven demanding the end of isolation against the Kurdish people’s leader, has been joined by thousands since November. 

German activists from the feminist movement ‘Let's fight together’ and Tatort Kurdistan are launching a broad solidarity campaign this week.

The feminist movement ‘Let's fight together’ and the campaign organized by Tatort Kurdistan, which has been working for a long time to draw attention to the war in Kurdistan, are denouncing the serious conditions of prisons.

Feminist Ella Bremer, one of the organizers of the campaign, told ANF why today is important that everyone put up their poster for the hunger strikers. 

Stating that everything is ready for the campaign to start, Bremer said that posters will be hung in leading German cities such as Berlin, Hamburg, Hannover, Leipzig, Cologne, Frankfurt and Munich. Emphasizing that anyone who wants to participate in the campaign can join, Bremer said: “If you want to give voice to the hunger strikers, don't forget to hang your poster today, it doesn't matter where it is, as long as you put it up in a place where people can see it.”

Bremer continued: “We want Germany to hear the voice of the hunger strikers with this action”. The activist reminded that “Germany is one of the European Union's most important countries and we want it to put pressure on Turkey, as well as on the CPT.”

Ella Bremer added: “We think that there has been no serious reaction from the German public and government to this hunger strike going on for months now.”

The organisers invite all activists to send photos of the poster they have put up across the country to the following addresses:

Signal / Whatsapp / Telegram: +49 177 138 0767

E-mail: [email protected]

Twitter / Instagram: # 7000gegenIsolation