Announcing its February report, DFG pointed out that 42 journalists are still imprisoned and called for "solidarity" for journalists.
Kisten Govender from the International Delegation of Lawyers Against Isolation, said: "What we need to do in South Africa now is to raise more awareness and raise more voices about the problems of the Kurds."
The acquittal decisions given in the case of 19 unsolved murders committed in Ankara were found appropriate.
IHD Amed Branch Prison Commission member Ali Ihsan Demirtaş said that in order to solve the Kurdish issue, the isolation must be abolished and negotiations must be held with Abdullah Ocalan.
Hayat Ozmez was married at the age of 16, divorced the man she subjected to violence after 23 years and started a new life with her business called "Jîyan (Life)". Ozmez, the only woman among the male tradesmen, demolished the walls that were wanted to be built around her, one by one.
The situation of Rojnews editor Süleyman Ahmet, who was detained by forces affiliated with the KDP, has not been announced for 130 days.
The delegation of the "International Delegation of Lawyers Against Isolation", which is in Turkey visited Asrın Law Firm for PKK Leader Abdullah Ocalan.
KNK Co-chair Ahmet Karamus said that there is a strategic relationship between Turkey and KDP against Kurd gains and said: "If the freedom movement is liquidated, no Kurd will have a future."
The procedures at the police station for journalists Arif Aslan, Oktay Candemir and Lokman Gezgin, who were detained after their homes were raided, have been completed. Journalists accused of "financing terrorism" are expected to be referred to the courthouse within the day.