Mustafa Çakir

Mustafa Çakir
Kocaeli University · Faculty of Law

PhD

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Introduction
Mustafa Çakir currently works at the Faculty of Law, Kocaeli University. Mustafa does research in Public Law, international law, Legal Fundamentals and Criminal Law. His current project is 'E-Journal of Law.', "E- Journal of Social and Legal Studies" and "journal of Justice"
Additional affiliations
November 1994 - April 2017
Kocaeli University
Position
  • Departman of international law

Projects

Projects (13)
Project
Justice is the most important measure of value that regulates human relations within social rules. In addition, everyone’s right to be respected is a phenomenon that ensures that no one harms anyone else. This Congress covers suffrage, climate justice, health care, refugee crisis, racial discrimination, income gap, terrorism, hunger and food problem, equality, criminal justice and justice for children. The Congress organized by E-Journal of Law and Hacı Bayram Veli University will be held on October 20-22, 2022, in Ankara/Turkey. The congress will bring together academics, lawyers, sociologists, political scientists and other practitioners who want to contribute to the field from different countries. The Congress includes the following topics: The Right to Vote and Be Elected Environmental Justice Healthcare Refugee Problems Racial Discrimination Income Gap Terrorism Equality Criminal Justice The congress committee will provide awards in the following fields Young Researcher (Among Postgraduates) Oral Presentation Poster Presentation
Project
In recent years, some groups of people have been isolated from society due to their religions, languages, races, and so on. Victims of war, refugees, and regular and irregular migrants consist of such groups. Children and women also occasionally to be treated in a way they do not deserve. This is, of course, unacceptable in today’s modern world where relevant normative regulations are already introduced. As a backlash, human rights advocates raise their voices to protect the core values of such people. The Congress covers the following topics: Racism Language and Religion Discrimination Rights of Victims of War, Refugees and Regular and Irregular Migrants Women’s Rights Life of Disabled People The Needs and Care of Elderly People Social and Business Life of Convicts The congress committee will provide awards in the following fields Young Researcher (Among Postgraduates) Oral Presentation Poster Presentation
Project
The JJ was founded in 2017 with the aim of promoting justice through writings. Justice itself can be defined as the quality of being right or equitableness, to achieve this quality we must use legal, philosophical and social approaches that’s why we receive all writings of these categories. Promoting justice through writing does not come easily without the solidarity of various academicians and researchers of different backgrounds that is why I encourage and humbly thank each and every one who is engaging him/herself to support this initiatives, be those who contributed to the creation of this journal, current and prospect authors.