Turkey’s pro-Kurdish Green Left Party has officially unveiled its new name Peoples’ Equality and Democracy Party (HEDEP) during its 4th Grand Congress in Ankara.
The Green Left Party’s grand congress, which was organised under the slogan “A New Beginning for Freedom” (Özgürlük İçin Yeniden / Ji bo Azadiyê), started on Sunday morning with the participation of thousands of people and party members who gathered to redefine their political identity and aspirations for the future.
One of the highlights of this transformation is the introduction of HEDEP’s new logo, a symbol that encapsulates its core values and ideology. The logo consists of three central elements: a tree, the sun and a human figure. These components, intricately woven together, carry profound meanings that represent the party’s core principles.
The tree, a staple of ecological symbolism, reflects the party’s unwavering commitment to environmental protection and sustainability. The sun, radiating its rays of warmth and light, is a symbol of change and transformation. It signifies HEDEP’s commitment to progress and belief in a better future through democratic reform and the empowerment of the people.
Finally, the human figure at the centre of the logo represents the party’s commitment to social justice, equality and inclusiveness.
HEDEP’s rebranding marks a significant step in the party’s evolution, signalling a renewed commitment to environmental sustainability, social equality and democratic values.