Things That Broke, Things That Die

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Idil Kına
Member since January 7, 2012
  • 13 Posts
  • Age 19

This is the story of a heartbreak. My heartbreak, our heartbreak. Next week I am going to attend a camp on human rights which the medical association that I work with organizes. It's going to be a camp about gender equality and I'm taking a few promising and motivated freshmen with me. Everything was going fine, we were motivated and excited, and we were talking about the preparations and how the camp would go... Then I received a text from one of the attendees. She was asking...


Reina

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Idil Kına
Member since January 7, 2012
  • 13 Posts
  • Age 19

I really don't know how to start. I could say how angry, how heartbroken, how frustrated I am; but what is the use? I don't mean to bring you down, I just want to share what I think, as always. When it's the breach of something new, we always expect things to change. We wish for things to be better, over the change of the concepts created by us. A new age, a new school year, a new year... We celebrate these, thinking that when the new 'something' comes, things will be different...


Education: The Cure to All

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Idil Kına
Member since January 7, 2012
  • 13 Posts
  • Age 19

Access to healthcare is a basic human right. In other words "right to health" is a right; mentioned, guarantied and protected by The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 25: Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or o...


My Favorite Approach is the Human Rights Based Approach

Posted no picture Idil Kına , Medical Student

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Idil Kına
Member since January 7, 2012
  • 13 Posts
  • Age 19

A few days ago, I gave a presentation about world hunger. It was a presentation I gave to my friends in the faculty. I basically mentioned the things I mentioned in my previous blog here in VoY. So while preparing my presentation, I did a little research about how hunger and the right to access food was mentioned in the documents about human rights. Besides the mentioning of access to food in the 25th segment of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, I came across something...


World Hunger and the Things We Should Know

Posted no picture Idil Kına , Medical Student

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Idil Kına
Member since January 7, 2012
  • 13 Posts
  • Age 19

Hello everyone! 16th of October is World Food Day, which is a day where people from all over the world show their commitment to act towards ending world hunger. And I decided to prepare a presentation for the people in my faculty about world hunger in order to inform them about the subject. Now, I have always considered hunger as an important issue (I mean who wouldn't?) But I have never realized how much there is about hunger that we don't know. In this article I want to share...


#handekaderesesver

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Idil Kına
Member since January 7, 2012
  • 13 Posts
  • Age 19

Last week in İstanbul, a woman named Hande Kader was burned to death. She was only 23 years old. She was a transsexual woman, a sex worker and an activist. Her murder was a hate crime, 4 men forcefully held her, tortured her and then burned her alive. But this blog won't be about the people who murdered her. I won't curse them, I won't shout "what kind of monsters there are on this earth?" Because the thing is, there is no such thing as a monster. There are just us humans. Hum...


The City of Peace

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Idil Kına
Member since January 7, 2012
  • 13 Posts
  • Age 19

Today I want to tell you about a very special place I had been in a few days ago. I have made great memories there with the people I've met and I consider myself rather blessed to be able see and remember what that city stood for. This the story of that city. Çanakkale, located on the east coast of the Aegean Sea, is one of the two cities in Turkey (other is Istanbul) which connects two continents, Europe and Asia. And also It is a city that connects two seas: Aegean and Marmara...


The Oddest One

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Idil Kına
Member since January 7, 2012
  • 13 Posts
  • Age 19

A few weeks ago I was at Hatay, Turkey. I went there to visit my father's village. Hatay is a wonderful city for the ones who don't know. It is located in the south part of Turkey, and through its thousands of years history, it has hosted many civilizations and is still a home to many people from many cultures. My father's village is a small place with the most peaceful and loving people. Despite being very different from the place I live, I always enjoy being there and spending ti...


"Time to make history!"

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Idil Kına
Member since January 7, 2012
  • 13 Posts
  • Age 19

"3...2...1...", "This is it, time to make history!". These were the lines that were said by the characters of the cartoon "Loud House" as Nickelodeon introduced its first married gay couple. An introduction more valid than that couldn't be made. Before I tell why, let me describe the scene a little bit. It is a scene which a gay and bi-racial couple, Howard and Harold McBride, drop off their son Clyde at a slumber party. So they are not just a same-sex couple, they are also multi...


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  • Idil Kına

    Learner, thinker, carer


    Member since January 7, 2012


    Age 19 • 13 Posts


    Ege University, Turkey