Questionnaire for possible solidarity with the Academics for Peace
More than 400 academics have been dismissed from their positions or expelled by emergency law decree in Turkey after signing a peace petition in January 2016 against military operations in Turkey's Kurdish-populated Southeast provinces. These academics and Ph.D. students have lost their jobs, income, access to universities, and their chances of teaching or carrying out research in Turkey. Most of them cannot leave the country since their passports have been annulled.

The form below was devised to help assess individual cooperation possibilities as a first step to building a network of solidarity among academics from around the world and the Academics for Peace in Turkey. We hope that this will eventually evolve into an international network of Academics for Solidarity. Thank you for your time, and interest in possible collaboration.

Last Name, First Name
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Phone
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E-mail address
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Title and appointment
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Name and address of your institution
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Department and/or lab/research center
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Area of research (Please provide 5 keywords max.)
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City
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Can your institution host an Academic for Peace under an employment contract sponsored by SAR, CARA or PAUSE?
Who do you think your institution would be more inclined to hire? (You may select more than one)
Can potential applicants contact you?
Would you be interested in collaborative work with the Academics for Peace who are not able to leave Turkey?
Which of the following do you think you might be able to do? (You may choose more than one)
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Please comment on other opportunities that are available, or possible collaboration not covered in the questions above.
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Would you like to support alternative research and educational activities developed by Academics for Peace dismissed from Turkish universities?
Which of the following do you think you might be able to do? (You may choose more than one)
(*The purpose of Academics with No Campus and Academies for Solidarity is to create alternative settings and ways of learning, away from campuses. Classes and other learning activities in public places such as parks or cafes are currently underway)
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Please indicate what other collaborative work might be possible for you.
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