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Joint Forum ‘Referendum Result and Future for Freedom of Expression in Turkey’

Melody Patry has been on numerous delegations to Turkey, provides research and analysis for Index for Censorship’s policy formulation and works in building relationships with stakeholders to support the organisation’s domestic and international programmes. Previously she worked as a political adviser for the European External Action Service and as writer and videographer supporting human rights NGOs in Egypt.

 

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