Murders of women in Turkey over the past decade have tripled. 474 women were murdered in 2019. In 2020, 300 women were murdered and 171 women were registered as suspects. We are going to stop the feminicide platform (KCDPAccording to data shared by 28 women and men, only in the last February delicate12 women were found suspiciously dead.
This giant complaint petition, which can be seen on Zincirlikuyu, is just one example of a woman’s struggle for survival by saying “I don’t want to die.”
– We are going to stop the feminicide platform (@KadinCinayeti) April 1, 2021
In one of the busiest places in Istanbul a giant complaint petition
Since 2010, We Will Stop Femicide Platform, which has shared femicide data with the public, calls for an end to this violence and the implementation of the Istanbul Convention. TBWA Istanbul By sharing the request made by women saying ‘I don’t want to die’, you emphasize the struggle for the survival of women.
The giant complaint petition posted on the billboard in Zincirlikuyu, Istanbul, calls out to individuals and institutions that ignore the systematic violence that women experience despite repeated requests. Through an example given, the struggle for survival to which all other women who have been victims of violence are exposed is shown. Remembering that women do not need to file complaints over and over again to survive, We Will Stop Femicide Platform emphasizes that the Istanbul Convention must be implemented.