Emma Sinclair-Webb, senior Turkey researcher with the Europe and Central Asia division, joined Human Rights Watch in 2007. She has worked on issues including police violence, accountability for enforced disappearances and killings by state perpetrators, the misuse of terrorism laws, and arbitrary detention. She was researcher on Turkey for Amnesty International from 2003-2007, and previously worked in publishing as a commissioning editor on books on history, culture, and politics in the Middle East and southeast Europe. She has degrees from Cambridge University and Birkbeck College, London, and speaks Turkish.
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Recommendations for Reform
Ending Impunity for Killings and Disappearances in 1990s Turkey
The Arbitrary Use of Terrorism Laws to Prosecute and Incarcerate Demonstrators in Turkey
Barriers to Tackling Police Violence in Turkey
Iraqis and Other Asylum Seekers and Migrants at the Greece/Turkey Entrance to the European Union