AKDAM was founded in 1998 by a handful of women to struggle against violence against women and raise awareness.
AKDAM aims to make the patriarchic male violence seen, cooperate with the civil society in this regard, and offer information on these subjects whenever necessary.
AKDAM continues its efforts on a local, regional, and national level, and aims to reach more women with its project.
The Centre offers legal, psychological and social consultancy services with the principle of respecting the woman's account of the events. AKDAM provides these services by volunteers.
Another principle of AKDAM is to carry local issues into national platforms, to share them, and to come up with solutions while at the same time not straying from a female perspective and feminist principles. AKDAM makes efforts to create female policies in every aspect of life, to prevent discrimination against women and to question such discrimination when it arises, and this is made possible through donations and membership fees.
Non-governmental organisation (NGO)
The tasks of the Trainee include inter alia:
- Joining one of our volunteer lawyers to advise and track cases against all rights violations and child abuse faced by women;
- Following up and planning the whole process before and after the content of the disclosures;
- Reporting hearings;
- Investigating legal regulations on how to ensure justice for women;
- Observing psychological support to the women who are abused;
TRY 250.00 per Week
Constitutional Law - General
Family and Inheritance Law - General
Human Rights - General
English - Good
Turkish - Good
The Trainee will be very welcomed in the team.