Ken Loach signed boycott of Turkish institutions

Ken Loach signed boycott of Turkish institutions

Renowned British director Ken Loach signed the call to Boycott Turkish Government Sponsored Academic and Cultural Institutions.

Renowned British director Ken Loach signed the call to Boycott Turkish Government Sponsored Academic and Cultural Institutions.
Ken Loach was approached by members of Peace in Kurdistan Campaign at the premiere of his latest film, Sorry, I missed you, in London and asked to sign the call.

In a message endorsing the campaign Ken Loach said: “I’m very pleased to sign the call for a cultural and academic boycott.”

Last year Ken Loach sent greetings and a letter of support to the Kobane International FIlm Festival.


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