Beril Eski earned her bachelor’s degree in Law from Bilgi University, School of Law in 2009. She was a member of the Istanbul Bar Association in 2010 and 2011 and practiced Law. Meanwhile, she started to pursue her LLM degree in Human Rights Law at İstanbul Bilgi University. After writing for various national and international newspapers and working as the editor of TV programmes in Turkey, she currently works at the BBC Turkish as a broadcast journalist.
Updated November 2015
More from Beril Eski
Outrage over denial of amnesty for Turkish political prisoners
For The Guardian, Senior Fellow Beril Eski discusses growing anger in Turkey about the exclusion of jailed human rights activists, journalists and opposition politicians from those are being considered for early releases through an initiative that grants amnesties to up to one third of the country’s prison population in order to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Senior Fellow Beril Erski publishes article in Politico on Turkish-Greek border realities
"Not even bullets could dampen the determination of migrants who had gathered at the Turkish-Greek land border in the hope of crossing into the European Union," writes Senior Fellow Beril Eski in a recent Politico article.
Thank you to our 2016 US Review and Admissions Committees
Humanity in Action received 513 applications for our Fellowships in Europe and Atlanta this year, as well as 165 applications for the Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship.
Roman Medya - A Training for Roma NGOs
Roman Medya - A Training for Roma NGOs is a workshop that was conducted by Senior Fellows Elif Çavuşlu, Beril Eski, and Pinar Sayan in Istanbul to provide Turkish Roma NGO representatives with the necessary set of skills and knowledge to interact successfully with media representatives and to use media tools for strategic communication.