A play for Gülistan Doku
The Justice for Gülistan Doku Commission presented the play "My Name" as part of the 25 November International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
As part of the 25 November International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, the Justice Commission for Gülistan Doku presented a theatre play called "My Name" at the Amed City Theatre. The initiative was organised to draw attention to the disappearance of young university student Gülistan Doku, who went missing two years ago.
Where is Gülistan Doku?
Speaking before the play, Commission Spokesperson Ayşe Esmer said: "We have reiterated many times that we as women are not safe. But every time we asked 'Where is Gülistan Doku', we were detained, expelled from university dormitories, had our scholarships cut off. We won’t get tired. We want to ask once again 'Where is Gülistan Doku'. They will neither be able to defeat the women’s movement nor will they be able to ignore it. We have been asking about Gülistan in many parts of Europe as well as in Turkey and Kurdistan, for 687 days.
The play "My Name" tells the stories of women killed by men.