Prepared within the scope of the Strengthening Civil Society Development and Civil Society-Public Sector Dialogue in Turkey Project, Active Participation in Civil Society International Standards, Obstacles in National Legislation, Recommendations Report published by TUSEV aims to describe the legal barriers before civil society’s active participation in decision making processes and to provide recommendations for improvement. The report is composed of three sections. The first section outlines the international standards of freedom of association in reference with international human rights law and compares the compatibility of the provisions with the Turkish Constitution. The second section addresses related freedoms under freedom of association, freedom of expression and freedom of assembly, right to information, hate speech and access to justice. In the final section, legislative regulations under Turkish Legislation related to freedom of association were presented along with the recommendations for improvement. You can find the report prepared by Istanbul Bilgi University Human Rights Research Center Expert Gökçeçiçek Ayata and Istanbul Bilgi University Law Faculty Asst. Prof. Ulaş Karan in the below-given attachment.