A Parliamentary Human Rights Group publication about the Kurdish issue in Turkey and the repression of democratic forces in that country.
An address to the Nottingham Human Rights Law Centre in 1999.
This killing of ten people by state security forces in Sirnak province in Turkey’s South East was blamed by the government on the PKK. Local testimony however showed that it was more likely to have been committed by the military. There is no Wikipedia page as yet for this incident, and if nobody creates one soon, I might do it. At least they will be able to refer to this source. Other sources can be found here and here.
A mission to Iraqi Kurdistan by the Human Rights Alliance and Parliamentary Human Rights Group, 15 to 21 July 1995. The delegates were Dr Mahmoud Osman, Mr Bakhtiar Amin, Mrs Kathryn Cameron Porter and Lord Avebury.
A report by Lord Avebury and Michael Feeney on their mission to the Kurdish region of Turkey, 3 to 8 September 1992
This is a paper given by Lord Avebury in Brussels on March 13, 1994 on possible solutions to the Kurdish question.
Here are the pages of a report published by ‘Kurdish Intellectuals’ in 1992 of the findings of a report on violations of human rights in the Kurdish region of Turkey. The members of the delegation were Lord Avebury, Michael Feeney, Louise Christian, Dr Bridget Hughes, David Sharrock, Simon Grey and Andrew Penny.
There are many reports that Eric wrote which were published before digitisation, and most of them are much longer than this one, so it will take me a long time to digitise them all. This report is quite relevant to what is going on in Eastern Turkey in 2016, where civilians are being killed by the Turkish military in the same cities mentioned in this report such as Cizre.