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International Peace Delegation Imrali 2021

International Initiative | Monday, March 1, 2021

Complete report of the delegation

The International 2021 İmralı Peace Delegation published a comprehensive report about their findings.

A PDF of the full report available for download here.

The International 2021 İmralı Peace Delegation has published its final report. Please download the PDF for the complete report.

The press statement that the delegation published immediately after conducting its investigation was already previously published. Click here to read it.

Clare Baker is an international officer for Unite, the union in the UK, and is at present the Secretary of the UK Trade Union Campaign, Freedom for Öcalan.

Baroness Christine Blower is the former General Secretary of the National Union of Teachers in Britain and at present co-chair of the UK trade union campaign, Freedom for Öcalan.

Prof. Radha D’Souza is a critical scholar, social justice activist, barrister and writer from India. She has worked in New Zealand and currently teaches law at the University of Westminster in the UK.

Melanie Gingell is a Barrister and a lecturer on International Human Rights Law and Feminist Legal Theory, has served as a member of the executive of the Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales and is a member of the steering committee of Peace in Kurdistan.

Rahila Gupta is a freelance journalist, writer and activist. She is a longstanding member of Southall Black Sisters (from 1989), member of Women Defend Rojava UK and patron of Peace in Kurdistan. She writes mostly on race, religion and gender.

Ögmundur Jónasson is former leader of the Public Service Unions in Iceland, was Member of the Icelandic Parliament and served as minister for a number of years, including Minister of Justice. He is Honorary Associate of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.

Dr. Thomas Jeffrey Miley is a prolific writer and scholar of sociology at the University of Cambridge who has participated in a number of delegations to Turkey and Kurdistan, including Rojava. On this he has published extensively, books and articles. He is a member of the executive board of the EU Turkey Civic Commission (EUTCC).

Laura Quagliuolo is an Italian editor and author of children’s schoolbooks, long active in international work, esp. on women’s rights. At present she is active in RETE JIN, an Italian net of women in support of the Kurdish women’s movement and is part of the committee Time has come, Freedom for Öcalan.

Roza Salih is Kurdish, born in South Kurdistan and was a refugee seeking asylum in Scotland in 2001. She has been active in human rights work and is at present a candidate for the Scottish National Party (SNP) in the upcoming elections.

Gianni Tognoni is a medical doctor, has served as the director of research at the Mario Negri institute in Milan and has been the General Secretary of the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal since its founding in 1979. He has frequently been called to work together with the World Health Organization