Seda Tan

Seda Tan holds a LLB degree and currently studies Human Rights at the University of Vienna in Austria. Previously, she practised criminal law in Turkey, specialising in sexual offence cases against children and women. She is passionate about human rights and would like to further specialise in child protection and gender studies

Waiting for Justice: the murder of David Olyn and LGBTI rights in South Africa

I completed an internship with Sonke Gender Justice in Cape Town, South Africa, as a requirement of the Vienna University Human Rights MA program. During the internship I had the opportunity to be part of one of Sonke’s community mobilization teams, which aim to promote awareness of gender-based violence through organising training workshops, protest marches and rallies. They also follow specific cases, ...

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