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Birçok kadın oyuncudan İstanbul Sözleşmesi paylaşımı: Türkiye’de neler oluyor?

Kadın erkek eşitliğini savunan ve kadının haklarını güvenceye alan İstanbul Sözleşmesi’ne dönük AKP iktidarının başlatmış olduğu karalama ve fes etme tehditlerine karşı birçok ünlü oyuncu sosyal medya hesaplarından tepki göstererek, “Sesinizi duyuyoruz, sizinleyiz” dedi

Kadın oyuncular Evan Rachel Wood, Eva Green, Jessica Biel, Florence Pugh, Jenna Ushkowitz, Anna Paquin ve şarkıcı Christina Aguilera, AKP iktidarı tarafından hedef haline getirilen kadınlar için hayati öneme sahip İstanbul Sözleşmesi’ne ilişkin paylaşım yaptı.

Birçok kadın oyuncu sosyal medya hesaplarından duruma tepki göstererek, “Türkiye’deki kadınlara neler oluyor?” ifadeleriyle paylaşım yaptı. Türkiye’de artan kadına yönelik şiddete dikkat çekti.

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