Turkey’s inside minister acquired an award, Thursday, from the Parliamentary Meeting of the Mediterranean in Rome, Italy, for an app developed by the Turkish authorities to assist girls cope with home violence.
The Girls’s Emergency Help Utility (KADES), developed by Turkey’s Inside Ministry, supplies girls with a hotline to report such violence and direct regulation enforcement officers to the scene.
Talking on the award ceremony at Italy’s parliament, Suleyman Soylu mentioned that KADES is just one instance of the precautions taken by Turkey to stop violence towards girls.
“Thanks very a lot for honouring KADES with an award at a global stage. Receiving an award has given a a lot larger accountability to our colleagues, who’ve labored arduous for this software and efficiently carried out it. The principle motive for this accountability just isn’t the award, however the truth that we are able to meet on a typical floor, as a result of violence towards girls is against the law towards humanity,” Soylu mentioned.
Soylu mentioned this “honest and solution-oriented cooperation” will contribute to rising worldwide cooperation on different humanitarian points akin to disasters, local weather, migration, medication, terrorism and cybercrime.
Soylu mentioned the migration challenge has been difficult for everybody world wide since 2010.
“There are 4 million refugees in Turkey. Some two million Afghans are ready on the Iranian border to cross into Turkey after which Europe. There are additionally six million folks ready in and round Syria,” he mentioned, including these shouldn’t be thought-about border issues or issues for bordering international locations.
“If we see these points as border points, if we see them as urgent points between Turkey and Greece, if we see them as points between international locations, we’ll face larger challenges sooner or later,” he mentioned.
“That is why it’s extremely unfair to squeeze world issues into sure areas,” he added.