The “Song for Nudem Durak” by David Steffen & Stefan Steffen marked the start of our campaign. On Wednesday, December 13th, Stefan and Jan aka Elbe 3 presented a new interpretation of the title at our information event in the program of the “Tatort Kurdistan Café” at the Centro Sociale in Hamburg.
Here is the live-recording – thanks a lot, Stefan and Jan!
My dear friends and dear music friends,
I heard that you created a website about me / my story. I would like to thank you very much for your appreciation and all the effort!
I wish I could look at your site and follow you online. Unfortunately, there is no Internet in prison.
Once again my sincere thank to each one of you.
There is one thing I would like to say: I miss the music very much!
The G20 summit with participants such as Erdogan was not the only event happening on Saturday in Hamburg. According to the organisers more than 76,000 people took to the streets and attended the demonstration themed “Solidarity without borders instead of G20”. Among the protesters were many Kurdish activists. We were there too and talked to many people who were interested in Nudem’s story.
On Sunday June 25th we are hosting an event with live music and background information about Nudem Durak as well as the initiative “Song for Nudem Durak”. The event will take place at Hamburg’s Barmbek-Basch. The event is open for anyone who is interested and will start at 3 pm.
For the first time in many months the family was able to visit Nudem Durak in her new prison. It took them 14 hours by car to travel the distance of 600 km from Kumcatı to Bayburt. Although her mother Hatice is not healthy, she went along with them. Here you can see her relatives taking a rest.