Links to other sites – UPDATED

This is a list of sites we’ve come across on our internet journey. Listing here does not mean we agree with the content. Not listing a site here does not mean we do not agree with the content. It’s simply a collection of sites we’ve come across. Inclusion or exclusion is not intentional. 

http://www.firdevstalkturkey.com/ writings by Journalist Firdevs Robinson (both Turkish and English)

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Up to date news of Gezi Movement and from the Forums in English and Turkish: http://everywheretaksim.net/

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What’s happening in Istanbul? – http://www.whatishappeninginistanbul.com/

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Bulent Journal – BÜLENT is a quarterly online journal which aims to encourage new ways of thinking about contemporary Turkey: http://bulentjournal.com/about/

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This one is in Turkish but you can look at the timeline: http://subjektif.org/2013/06/gezi-parki-protestolari-zaman-cizelgesi-ve-sokagin-istekleri/

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A blog for first-hand accounts: http://firsthandgezi.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/the-story-of-basak-izmir.html

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What can YOU do for Turkey? http://whatcanidoforturkey.blogspot.co.uk/

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Let the world hear-for twitter addresses of internationally known people – hashtags for RT http://www.dunyaduysun.org/

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International coverage of the events – in several languages

http://resistturkeyinternational.blogspot.co.uk/?view=classic

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A British-Turkish writer working on social change in Turkey has this blog: http://turkishawakening.com/

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Translations from Turkish press to English and other languages: http://geziicincevir.tumblr.com/

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International press coverage of  Occupy Gezi http://occupygezicoverage.blogspot.be/

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A Turkish and English language blog of press releases, press coverage and personal stories http://everywheretaksim.net/

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Gezi Park Supporters in London http://londontogeziparki.tumblr.com/

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Facebook page – VERYACTIVE, REGULARLY UPDATED WITH NEWS FROM TURKEY: https://www.facebook.com/OccupyGezi?fref=ts

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Interview with a German tourist who was arrested and deported. And many other interviews and information on this webpage

http://norhetorike.com/category/english/politics-society/national-conflicts/turkey/

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A personal account of the protests and police violence: http://mayawitnesses.wordpress.com/

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A virtual research centre: RESEARCH TURKEY: Centre for Policy Analysis and Research on Turkey: http://researchturkey.org/

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This ezine has opened a page on Turkey on 20 June with accounts from different perspectives: http://turkey.jadaliyya.com/

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The website of Taksim Solidarity [the English versions of the statements may take a day or two to appear after the Turkish versions first published]: http://taksimdayanisma.org/?lang=en

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Poetry as resistance: many poems from the ground, translated to English: http://solidaritypark.wordpress.com/

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Reading list: http://readlists.com/919501ec/

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