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Armenian National Committee of Canada Launches Turkey: Thirty Days of Shame Campaign

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Post Armenian National Committee of Canada Launches Turkey: Thirty Days of Shame Campaign

OTTAWA, Canada On April 3, The Armenian National Committee of Canada (ANCC), launched a media campaign entitled Turkey: Thirty Days of Shame aimed at informing Canadians about Turkeys continuous denial of the Armenian Genocide, while highlighting its blatant and consistent abuse of human rights, descent to autocracy, and rising threat to regional and global peace.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Photo: Nanore Barsoumian)

For the entire month of April, every weekday the ANCC will post one article, video, or human rights report highlighting Turkeys continuing disrespect for human rights and its ruling regimes efforts to gloss over its gross violations with slick propaganda, political bullying, and misinformation.

Day by day, through the media and other sources, Canadians are becoming more familiar with the true face of the state of Turkey. Its dismal human rights record, disregard to democracy and the rule of law and its state-sponsored policies of political intimidation and discrimination have become defining characteristics of Recep Tayip Erdogans regime, urging the international community to reconsider its policies towards Turkey stated ANCC president Shahen Mirakian.

The daily postings will be made on the ANCC website, the ANCC Facebook page and on the ANCC Twitter page.

Postings will follow particular themes that, amongst others, will include political freedoms; freedom of speech and expression; President Erdogans corrupt regime, and; Turkeys continuous denial of the Armenian Genocide.

The ANCC is the largest and the most influential Canadian-Armenian grassroots human rights organization. Working in coordination with a network of offices, chapters, and supporters throughout Canada and affiliated organizations around the world, the ANCC actively advances the concerns of the Canadian-Armenian community on a broad range of issues and works to eliminate abuses of human rights throughout Canada and the world.


  OTTAWA, Canada On April 3, The Armenian National Committee of Canada (ANCC), launched a media campaign entitled Turkey: Thirty Days of Shame aimed at informing Canadians about Turkeys continuous denial of the Armenian Genocide, while highlighting its blatant and consistent abuse of human rights, descent to autocracy, and rising threat to regional and global peace. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Photo: Nanore Barsoumian) For the entire month of April, every weekday the ANCC will post one article, video, or human rights report highlighting Turkeys continuing disrespect for human rights and its ruling regimes efforts to gloss over its gross violations with slick propaganda, political bullying, and misinformation. Day by day, through the media and other sources, Canadians are becoming more familiar with the true face of the state of Turkey. Its dismal human rights record, disregard to democracy and the rule of law and its state-sponsored policies of political intimidation and discrimination have become defining characteristics of Recep Tayip Erdogans regime, urging the international community to reconsider its policies towards Turkey stated ANCC president Shahen Mirakian. The daily postings will be made on the ANCC website, the ANCC Facebook page and on the ANCC Twitter page. Postings will follow [...]
  OTTAWA, Canada On April 3, The Armenian National Committee of Canada (ANCC), launched a media campaign entitled Turkey: Thirty Days of Shame aimed at informing Canadians about Turkeys continuous denial of the Armenian Genocide, while highlighting its blatant and consistent abuse of human rights, descent to autocracy, and rising threat to regional and global peace. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Photo: Nanore Barsoumian) For the entire month of April, every weekday the ANCC will post one article, video, or human rights report highlighting Turkeys continuing disrespect for human rights and its ruling regimes efforts to gloss over its gross violations with slick propaganda, political bullying, and misinformation. Day by day, through the media and other sources, Canadians are becoming more familiar with the true face of the state of Turkey. Its dismal human rights record, disregard to democracy and the rule of law and its state-sponsored policies of political intimidation and discrimination have become defining characteristics of Recep Tayip Erdogans regime, urging the international community to reconsider its policies towards Turkey stated ANCC president Shahen Mirakian. The daily postings will be made on the ANCC website, the ANCC Facebook page and on the ANCC Twitter page. Postings will follow [...]
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