17/10/2019 | Writer: Kaos GL

Kaos GL has provided counseling to 115 cases on various subjects, primarily on legal rights, health, military service, psychosocial assistance to refugee or Turkish citizen LGBTI+’s in September.

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Kaos GL has provided counseling to 115 cases on various subjects, primarily on legal rights, health, military service, psychosocial assistance to refugee or Turkish citizen LGBTI+’s.

 

Kaos GL Association is continuing to provide consultancy; it has provided counseling for legal rights and responsibilities, hormone treatment process, access to healthcare, access to financial support, military service, coming out, academy on a total of 29 separate cases in September.

 

Consultancy service has been provided to LGBTI+ refugees residing in different cities of Turkey through phone and mail on 82 cases. 41 of these consultancy sessions were on cases of legal issues while the other 41 were on social issues.

 

4 legal and social counseling sessions have been provided via e-mail to LGBTI+’s who wish for taking refuge in Turkey from outside of the country.

 

Consultancy via e-mail is available from refugee@kaosgl.org address in both Turkish and English.

 

Consultancy provided to LGBTI+’s from Turkey

 

29 counseling services were provided to LGBTI+’s from Turkey in September. These services of which 27 were provided via e-mail, 1 through telephone and 1 of them provided face to face were about military service, psychosocial counseling, legal counseling and possibilities of asylum in foreign countries.

 

LGBTI+’s from Turkey who wish to receive counseling can contact Kaos GL via danisma@kaosgl.org.


*Kaos GL is providing general consultancy service within the scope of “Gökkuşağı Projesi - Rainbow Project” which is supported by Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA); and providing consultancy to refugees within the “Advancing the human rights of LGBTI refugees in Turkey” project with UNHCR.


Tags: human rights, life
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