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Türkiye insan hakları kurumu kanunu (Human Rights protection law)

Turkey Country Resources Human Rights Legislation Turkey 21 June 2012 Legislation/regulation advocacy, equality, human rights

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Bu Kanunun amacı, insan haklarının korunması ve geliştirilmesi konusunda çalışmalar yapmak üzere Türkiye İnsan Hakları Kurumunun kurulması ile teşkilat, görev ve yetkilerine ilişkin esasları düzenlemektir.

The purpose of this law is to regulate duties and powers pertaining to human rights protection and the development of Turkey’s human rights institutions.

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