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Relatives of prisoners who have been carrying out the Justice Watch in Amed for 90 days said: "If Abdullah Ocalan is free, our children will also be free."
TJA's "Towards freedom with Jin, Jîyan, Azadî'" campaign will be completed on March 8. Nevriye Çur, one of TJA activists, said: "The campaign will end, but our struggle will always continue."
Agricultural worker women, struggling to survive against inequality and labour exploitation, wanted their voices to be heard in the March 8 protests and events that they could not participate in.
Women journalists, who intervened against masculinity in the media 12 years ago with JINHA, institutionalized their organization with the Mezopotamya Women Journalists Association. Journalists Beritan Canözer and Roza Metîna stated that they continue their struggle to completely change the masculine mentality and language.
Northern and Eastern Syria Democratic Autonomous Administration Women's Council Vice President Ruken Melê stated that with the new social contract, women are equally involved in management in all areas, and said: "Women themselves have a say in the decision-making stages."
Pointing out that Kurdish women are struggling hard to exist, Zekiye Ayata Alökmen, one of the founders of the Patriotic Women's Association, said: "The organization is changing. The women's struggle cannot be stopped from now on."
Alex Wischnewski, Coordinator of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, stated that women protect the legacy left by Rosa Luxemburg and said: “As women, we will not step back one centimetre from the struggle."
DEM Party Women's Assembly Spokesperson Halide Türkoğlu stated that on March 2, they will start the election campaign of March 8 and Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Co-Mayor candidate Gültan Kışanak, with the motto of "Always resistance, always freedom", and added: "We want all women to be supported by Gültan. We call on them to unite around the will they put forward."
It was revealed that 9-year-old Cansu Siler, who was said to have committed suicide 19 years ago in Sivrihisar district, was murdered by her father Mehmet Siler.
There is no news from Leyla Demir, who called the Emergency Call Center and reported that "my husband will kill me". Demir's husband, S.D., who was detained as a suspect, was released after his statement.