07/12/2012 | Writer: Kaos GL

Banned for his sexual orientation, Halil İbrahim Dinçdağ will referee 2 matches as part of the Symposium against Discrimination organized by Kaos GL.

Civil Society and Academia to Meet at the Football Field Kaos GL - News Portal for LGBTI+

Banned for his sexual orientation, Halil İbrahim Dinçdağ will referee 2 matches as part of the Symposium against Discrimination. Human rights defenders, Gençler Birliği football fans, Sol Fa Sol Ankara’s Unofficial Newpaper, students of Department of Social Work from Hacettepe University, and Students against Homophobia and Transphobia of Hacettepe University will take the field to show solidarity with Halil İbrahim Dinçdağ on 10 and 11 December.

No to sexual orientation discrimination on working life

FARE (Football against Racism in Europe) supports the solidarity matches as part of the Symposium against Discrimination organized by Kaos GL.

End Homophobia on Football Fields

On 10 December 2012, at 18.00, Gençler Birliği football fans team and Kaos GL & Sol Fa Sol mixed team will take the field.

On 11 December 2012, at 14:00, human rights defenders, academicians and activists will take the field. Both matches will take place in former TED Ankara Koleji football field.

Who are playing?

İrfan Aktan (journalist), Tanıl Bora (Birikim Magazine), Kerem Altıparmak (academician), Emrah Kırımsoy (Gündem Çocuk), Bişeng Özdinç (Human Rights Joint Platform), Betül Yarar (feminist academician), Simten Coşar (academician), Esmeray (trans stand-up performer), Evren Özer (Human Rights Foundation of Turkey), Volkan Görendağ(Human Rights Association), Bulut Öncü (TOG), Ergün Kayabaş and Mehmet Kütküt(Civil Society Development Center), and Murat Köylü (Amnesty International) will be playing in the matches. 

Please mail to bilgi@kaosgldernegi.org to get more information about the matches. 


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