GAP Turkey branch forced a gay staff member to resign
Apparel brand GAP’s Istanbul branch forced a gay staff member to resign, LGBTI organizations in the country made a joint statement to give support to the gay man’s legal struggle.
“Discrimination is mostly experienced during job interviews”
The research entitled “Situation of LGBTI Employees in Private Sector in Turkey” which has been done by Kaos GL Association reveals the discrimination in business life.
Borders drawn to limit unions
Cahide Sarý wrote for the book "Discrimination at Workplace and Fight Against Discrimination" compiled by Kaos GL: Borders drawn to limit unions.
Unions’ battle and LGBTI movement
Furkan Hancýoðlu wrote for the book "Discrimination at Workplace and Fight Against Discrimination" compiled by Kaos GL.
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