Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry".

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  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu, and Öztürk would remain in parliament, the current leader is Farid Azarkan. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament. The current leader is Farid Azarkan. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament. The post of leader is currently vacant since 6 May 2020, after leader Farid Azarkan was expelled from the party. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equivalent", and self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament. The post of leader is currently vacant since 6 May 2020, after leader Farid Azarkan was expelled from the party. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equivalent", and self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament. The post of leader is held by Farid Azarkan.In November 2014, Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk resigned from the Dutch Labour Party over disagreements concerning the party's integration policy. Their resignations were prompted by proposals by Deputy Prime Minister and party leader Lodewijk Asscher that a number of Turkish Islamist organisations be monitored for interfering with the integration of Dutch citizens of Muslim origin. This came after an internal party debate sparked by a report incorrectly stating that 90% of young Dutch-Turkish supported ISIS. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equal" or "balanced" It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament. The post of leader is held by Farid Azarkan.In November 2014, Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk resigned from the Dutch Labour Party over disagreements concerning the party's integration policy. Their resignations were prompted by proposals by Deputy Prime Minister and party leader Lodewijk Asscher that a number of Turkish Islamist organisations be monitored for interfering with the integration of Dutch citizens of Muslim origin. This came after an internal party debate sparked by a report incorrectly stating that 90% of young Dutch-Turkish supported ISIS. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equal" or "balanced", and self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament. The post of leader is held by Farid Azarkan.In November 2014, Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk resigned from the Dutch Labour Party over disagreements concerning the party's integration policy. Their resignations were prompted by proposals by Deputy Prime Minister and party leader Lodewijk Asscher that a number of Turkish Islamist organisations be monitored for interfering with the integration of Dutch citizens of Muslim origin. This came after an internal party debate sparked by a report incorrectly stating that 90% of young Dutch-Turkish supported ISIS. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equal" or "balanced", and self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Their resignations were prompted by proposals by Deputy Prime Minister and party leader Lodewijk Asscher that a number of Turkish Islamist organisations be monitored for interfering with the integration of Dutch citizens of Muslim origin. This came after an internal party debate sparked by a report incorrectly stating that 90% of young Dutch-Turkish supported ISIS. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands, to the point it is often called the long arm of Erdoğan in the Dutch media for its percieved support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Parti. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equal" or "balanced", and self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Their resignations were prompted by proposals by Deputy Prime Minister and party leader Lodewijk Asscher that a number of Turkish Islamist organisations be monitored for interfering with the integration of Dutch citizens of Muslim origin. This came after an internal party debate sparked by a report incorrectly stating that 90% of young Dutch-Turkish supported ISIS. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands, to the point it is often called the long arm of Erdoğan in the Dutch media for its perceived support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Parti. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equal" or "balanced", and self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands, to the point it is often called the long arm of Erdoğan in the Dutch media for its perceived support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Parti. (en)
  • {{Infobox political party| name = Denk| logo = DENK party logo.png| logo_size = 180px| colorcode = #34C1C4| foundation = 9 February 2015| ideology = Pro-immigration Identity politicsMulticulturalismAnti-ZionismTurkish interests| headquarters = Schiekade 10 Rotterdam| membership_year = 2019| membership = 3,678| website = www.bewegingdenk.nl| country = Netherlands| leader = Farid Azarkan| chairman = Vacant| leader1_title = Leader in the House of Representatives| leader1_name = Farid Azarkan| split = Labour Party| seats1_title = Senate | seats1 = 0 / 75 | seats2_title = House of Representatives | seats2 = 3 / 150 | seats3_title = States-Provincial | seats3 = 4 / 570 | seats4_title = European Parliament | seats4 = 0 / 26 | position = Left-wing| colours = Turquoise| youth_wing = Jongerenbeweging Oppositie| wing1_title = Think tank| wing1 = Wetenschappelijk Instituut Statera It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands, to the point it is often called the long arm of Erdoğan in the Dutch media for its perceived support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Parti. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equal" or "balanced", and self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands, to the point it is often called the long arm of Erdoğan in the Dutch media for its perceived support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Party. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands, to the point it is often called the long arm of Erdoğan in the Dutch media for its perceived support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Party. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands, to the point it is often called the "long arm of Erdoğan" in the Dutch media for its perceived support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Party. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is an Islamist political party in the Netherlands . It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands, to the point it is often called the "long arm of Erdoğan" in the Dutch media for its perceived support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Party. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. In the 2017 parliamentary election, Denk secured three seats, ensuring that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands. Some critics in the Dutch media have called the party the "long arm of Erdoğan" for its perceived support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Party. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. It also ensured that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands. Some critics in the Dutch media have called the party the "long arm of Erdoğan" for its perceived support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Party. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. It also ensured that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands. Some critics in the Dutch media have called the party the "long arm of Erdoğan" for its perceived support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Party. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. It also ensured that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. The results from the 2017 election ensured that Kuzu and Öztürk would remain in parliament together with new arrival Farid Azarkan, who is the current party leader. The party is considered to represent the rights of the Turkish population in the Netherlands. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. Although the party has been popularly described as a "Muslim political party", DENK "does not promote Muslim canadidates as do most similar political parties in Europe". The party carries the program advanced by the International Institute for Scientific Research, based in The Hague, with the purpose of decolonization. Among its policies, DENK seeks to: establish a "racism register" to track and condemn the use of hate speech against religion; build a Dutch slavery museum; abolish the black minstrel character Zwarte Piet ("Black Pete"); and ban the use of the derogatory Dutch word "Allochtoon" (used by whites against nonwhites in the Netherlands). (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Ahmet Kaya, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. Although the party has been popularly described as a "Muslim political party", DENK "does not promote Muslim canadidates as do most similar political parties in Europe". The party carries the program advanced by the International Institute for Scientific Research, based in The Hague, with the purpose of decolonization. Among its policies, DENK seeks to: establish a "racism register" to track and condemn the use of hate speech against religion; build a Dutch slavery museum; abolish the black minstrel character Zwarte Piet ("Black Pete"); and ban the use of the derogatory Dutch word "Allochtoon" (used by whites against nonwhites in the Netherlands). (en)
  • {{Infobox political party| name = Denk| logo = DENK logo (2020–present).svg| logo_size = 200px| colorcode = #00B7B2| foundation = 9 February 2015| founders = Tunahan Kuzu Selçuk Öztürk | ideology = * Social democracy * Identity politics * Pro-immigration * Multiculturalism * Turkish Dutch interests * Moroccan Dutch interests * Dutch Muslim interests * Anti-racism * Anti-Zionism * Pro-Europeanism * Social conservatism | headquarters = Schiekade 10, Rotterdam| membership_year = 2019| membership = 3,678| website = www.bewegingdenk.nl| country = Netherlands| leader = Farid Azarkan| chairman = | leader1_title = Leader in the House of Representatives| leader1_name = Farid Azarkan| split = Labour Party| seats1_title = Senate | seats1 = 0 / 75 | seats2_title = House of Representatives | seats2 = 3 / 150 | seats3_title = Provincial councils | seats3 = 4 / 570 | seats4_title = European Parliament | seats4 = 0 / 26 | position = Centre-left to left-wing| colours = <span class="legend-color" style="background-color: Turquoise Orange color;"> Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. Although the party has been popularly described as a "Muslim political party", DENK "does not promote Muslim canadidates as do most similar political parties in Europe". The party carries the program advanced by the International Institute for Scientific Research, based in The Hague, with the purpose of decolonization. Among its policies, DENK seeks to: establish a "racism register" to track and condemn the use of hate speech against religion; build a Dutch slavery museum; abolish the black minstrel character Zwarte Piet ("Black Pete"); and ban the use of the derogatory Dutch word "Allochtoon" (used by whites against nonwhites in the Netherlands). (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. Although the party has been popularly described as a "Muslim political party", DENK "does not promote Muslim candidates as do most similar political parties in Europe". The party carries the program advanced by the International Institute for Scientific Research, based in The Hague, with the purpose of decolonization. Among its policies, DENK seeks to: establish a "racism register" to track and condemn the use of hate speech against religion; build a Dutch slavery museum; abolish the black minstrel character Zwarte Piet ("Black Pete"); and ban the use of the derogatory Dutch word "Allochtoon" (used by whites against nonwhites in the Netherlands). (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. Although the party has been popularly described as a "Muslim political party", DENK "does not promote Muslim candidates as do most similar political parties in Europe". The party carries the program advanced by the International Institute for Scientific Research, based in The Hague, with the purpose of decolonization. Among its policies, DENK seeks to: establish a "racism register" to track and condemn the use of hate speech against religion; build a Dutch slavery museum; abolish the black minstrel character Zwarte Piet ("Black Pete"); and ban the use of the Dutch word "Allochtoon" which it considers as derogtatory towards Non-white people. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. Although the party has been colloquially described as a "Muslim political party", DENK "does not promote Muslim candidates as do most similar political parties in Europe". The party carries the program advanced by the International Institute for Scientific Research, based in The Hague, with the purpose of decolonization. Among its policies, DENK seeks to: establish a "racism register" to track and condemn the use of hate speech against religion; build a Dutch slavery museum; abolish the black minstrel character Zwarte Piet ("Black Pete"); and ban the use of the Dutch word "Allochtoon" which it considers as derogatory towards ethnic minorities in the Netherlands. (en)
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  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equivalent", and self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equal" or "balanced" It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equal" or "balanced", and self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a political manifesto for the establishment of a movement for migrants and a "tolerant and solidary society" which, among other things, calls for a "racism registry". (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equal" or "balanced", and self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Their resignations were prompted by proposals by Deputy Prime Minister and party leader Lodewijk Asscher that a number of Turkish Islamist organisations be monitored for interfering with the integration of Dutch citizens of Muslim origin. This came after an internal party debate sparked by a report incorrectly stating that 90% of young Dutch-Turkish supported ISIS. On 9 February 2015, they gave their parliamentary group the name Denk and published a (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think", Turkish for "equal" or "balanced", and self-styled as DENK) is a political party in the Netherlands that calls itself a "movement". It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. (en)
  • {{Infobox political party| name = Denk| logo = DENK party logo.png| logo_size = 180px| colorcode = #34C1C4| foundation = 9 February 2015| ideology = Pro-immigration Identity politicsMulticulturalismAnti-ZionismTurkish interests| headquarters = Schiekade 10 Rotterdam| membership_year = 2019| membership = 3,678| website = www.bewegingdenk.nl| country = Netherlands| leader = Farid Azarkan| chairman = Vacant| leader1_title = Leader in the House of Representatives| leader1_name = Farid Azarkan| split = Labour Party| seats1_title = Senate | seats1 = 0 / 75 | seats2_title = House of Representatives (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is an Islamist political party in the Netherlands . It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). It was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Some critics in the Dutch media have called the party the "long arm of Erdoğan" for its perceived support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Party. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). Some critics in the Dutch media have called the party the "long arm of Erdoğan" for its perceived support of the party line of the Turkish government and the ruling AK Party. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Ahmet Kaya, two Turkish-Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. (en)
  • {{Infobox political party| name = Denk| logo = DENK logo (2020–present).svg| logo_size = 200px| colorcode = #00B7B2| foundation = 9 February 2015| founders = Tunahan Kuzu Selçuk Öztürk | ideology = * Social democracy * Identity politics * Pro-immigration * Multiculturalism * Turkish Dutch interests * Moroccan Dutch interests * Dutch Muslim interests * Anti-racism * Anti-Zionism * Pro-Europeanism * Social conservatism | seats1 = 0 / 75 | seats2_title = House of Representatives | seats2 = 3 / 150 | seats3_title = Provincial councils | seats3 = 4 / 570 | seats4_title = European Parliament (en)
  • Denk (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛŋk]; Dutch for "think" and Turkish for "equal" or "balanced") is a political party in the Netherlands. It is legally registered as "Politieke Beweging Denk" (Political Movement Denk). The party was founded by Tunahan Kuzu and Selçuk Öztürk, two Turkish Dutch members of the House of Representatives, after leaving the Labour Party on 13 November 2014. Upon winning three seats at the 2017 election, DENK became the first migrant-founded party to gain seats in the Dutch national parliament. (en)
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