Women against isolation in Paris, Rennes and Hannover 

Kurdish women organised actions against isolation in Paris, Rennes and Hannover. 

In Rennes women joined the action promoted jointly by Zin Women's Association, Sêvê Women's Council and the Center for Democratic Society in Rennes to protest the isolation against Kurdish peoples leader Abdullah Öcalan.

The women drew attention to the hunger strike resistance led by HDP Hakkari MP Leyla Güven which spread to prisons and many cities in Europe, Kurdistan and Canada.

The women carried photographs of the hunger strikers and handed out leaflets explaining the reason of the hunger strike resistance. 


In Paris members of the TEV-ÇAND organised an action to demand the end of isolation against Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan.

Members of TEV-ÇAND council in Paris held an action in front of the French National Opera House. Activists carried photos of the hunger strikers and opened a banner saying “Freedom for Öcalan”.


In Hannover an action demanding the end of isolation was organised by Hannover Ronahi Women's Assembly in front of the HBF in Hannover.

Police did not allow activists to put up the solidarity tent and prevented them from opening banners and showing photos of the hunger strikers. 

Women protested the silence of the European institutions.