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"Nasıl Bir Dünya? Nasıl Bir Türkiye?" with Fuat Keyman and Mustafa Kutlay

Fuat Keyman and Mustafa Kutlay were hosted at the "Nasıl Bir Dünya? Nasıl Bir Türkiye?" program titled "Turkish Foreign Policy's Preference for Strategic Autonomy'' organized by the IPC-Sabancı University-Stiftung Mercator Initiative in cooperation with Medyascope.

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From Farm to Table: Food, Culture and Politics Talks - Meals Told, Flavors Mailed

The event ''From Farm to Table: Food, Culture and Politics Talks - Meals Told, Flavors Mailed'' took place on May 14 at IPC with the participation of Levon Bağış, Paul Benjamin Osterlund and Reyhan Ülker, and moderated by Zafer Yenal.

Changes in Istanbul's Electoral Geography between May 14 and March 31

The “Changes in Istanbul's Electoral Geography between May 14 and March 31” event organized by IPM was held at IPM on May 7 with the participation of Murat Güvenç.

"Nasıl Bir Dünya? Nasıl Bir Türkiye?" with Abdullah Esin and Nebi Sümer

 Abdullah Esin and Nebi Sümer were hosted at the "Nasıl Bir Dünya? Nasıl Bir Türkiye?" program titled "Turkey - EU Relations: Challenges and Opportunities'' organized by the IPC-Sabancı University-Stiftung Mercator Initiative in cooperation with Medyascope.

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Reading Istanbul in Literature 12 - Lamartine's Istanbul: A Nineteenth Century Orientalist Perspective

IPC organized a conference titled ''Reading Istanbul in Literature: Lamartine's Istanbul: A Nineteenth Century Orientalist Perspective'' which was delivered by Nedret Öztokat Kılıçeri, and moderated by Seval Şahin at IPC on March 18.

 

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"Nasıl Bir Dünya? Nasıl Bir Türkiye?" with Çiğdem Nas and Ayşe Yürekli

Çiğdem Nas and Ayşe Yürekli were hosted at the "Nasıl Bir Dünya? Nasıl Bir Türkiye?" program titled "Turkey - EU Relations: Challenges and Opportunities'' organized by the IPC-Sabancı University-Stiftung Mercator Initiative in cooperation with Medyascope.

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Supporting Just Transition in Turkey Project: Çanakkale-Çan region-specific workshop

The Çanakkale-Çan region-specific workshop of the European Union (EU) funded EU Climate Dialogues Project (EUCD) “Supporting Just Transition in Turkey Project” was held on April 25th in Çan, Çanakkale.

In the workshop, public institutions, NGOs, professional associations and various other stakeholders highlighted democratic participation processes for investments that affect and are likely to affect the region, identification of the social costs of the coal and mining economy, access to public information, alternative employment opportunities and inter-institutional cooperation as priority areas of need for the general framework of “Just Transition”.

 

"Nasıl Bir Dünya? Nasıl Bir Türkiye?" with Senem Aydın-Düzgit, Galip Dalay, Hatem Ete and Fuat Keyman

Senem Aydın-Düzgit, Galip Dalay, Hatem Ete and Fuat Keyman were hosted at the "Nasıl Bir Dünya? Nasıl Bir Türkiye?" program titled "Turkey at the Crossroads'' organized by the IPC-Sabancı University-Stiftung Mercator Initiative in cooperation with Medyascope.

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Minerva Talks: Istanbul in History - Galata Fountain Square in the Footsteps of Workers

IPC and Tarih Vakfı continue to organize the monthly "Minerva Talks: Istanbul in History'' series. The discussion titled ''Galata Fountain Square in the Footsteps of Workers'' moderated by Ayşe Köse Badur and Ayşe Özil, was delivered by Nurşen Gürboğa and Murat Tülek on April 18 at IPC.

From Farm to Table: Food, Culture and Politics Talks - From Baklava to Liqueur: Places, Migrations, Cuisines

The event ''From Farm to Table: Food, Culture and Politics Talks -  From Baklava to Liqueur: Places, Migrations, Cuisines'' took place on April 16 at IPC with the participation of  Anna Maria Beylunioğlu, Burak Onaran and Silva Özyerli, and moderated by Zafer Yenal.