“Who’s Guilty?” Project was designed in order to make visible all the violence and discrimination a woman experiences from her infancy to her adulthood as well as reveal its perpetrators. KAMER examined 108 legal cases of 60 women with this project
These are the practices that are conducted through various methods to ensure women and men to realize, question, develop resistance and methods on their persistent status within the frame of traditional rules.
To develop and ensure practicability of an native education method that is free from violence, does not comprise gender discrimination and encourages learning through experience and participation for early childhood through the practices conducted.
To contribute empowerment of women who have questioned their traditional status and endeavor to change it after participating awareness group workshops or receiving support through Emergency Support Hotline.
Recognizing that every refugee should have the same rights and opportunities as we do, separate programs are conducted for refugee women and children their participation to the ongoing practices is ensured at the same time.