Bahar Baser, Non-Resident Scholar, Turkey Programme, ELIAMEP; Associate Professor in Middle East Politics, Durham University
Nicholas Danforth, Non-Resident Senior Research Fellow, Turkey Programme, ELIAMEP; Senior Visiting Fellow, German Marshall Fund
Eliza Gheorghe, Non-Resident Scholar, Turkey Programme, ELIAMEP; Assistant Professor, Bilkent University
Ioannis N. Grigoriadis, Senior Research Fellow, Head, Turkey Programme, ELIAMEP; Associate Professor, Bilkent University
Ekrem Güzeldere, Non-Resident Senior Research Fellow, Turkey Programme, ELIAMEP; Project Manager, Berghof Foundation
Dimitris Tsarouhas, Non-Resident Senior Research Fellow, Turkey Programme, ELIAMEP; Associate Professor, Bilkent University
Eylem Yanardağoğlu, Non-Resident Scholar, Turkey Programme, ELIAMEP; Associate Professor, Kadir Has University
Kaya Heyse, News Coordinator, Medyascope
Project Duration: Feb 22 - Dec 22
The Turkey Programme of the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) is joining forces with Medyascope, one of Turkey’s leading free and independent electronic media organizations, to foster a pluralistic dialogue on key issues of Turkish domestic and foreign policy.
The ELIMED project consists of seven 75-minute webinars in the format of roundtable discussions and seven policy papers summarizing their key points. Organized by members of ELIAMEP’s Turkey Programme in collaboration with Medyascope, the ELIMED webinars and papers aim to foster a more informed and sophisticated debate in seven important areas. Topics under discussion range from the future of Turkish governance and media to the role of women in Turkey’s public life to Turkey’s evolving policy towards Asia and Eurasia.
The interdisciplinary, innovative and policy-relevant approach aspires to open new channels of collaboration among participants. The webinars and resulting papers will be disseminated through the extensive network of ELIAMEP and Medyascope. The combined distribution targets a European and global audience interested in Turkey as well as Turkey’s most dynamic population groups: its youth, early-career academics and young professionals. An interdisciplinary project, ELIMED draws on theoretical frameworks from various fields, including political science, economics, public management and sociology. The project is geared not only towards an academic audience but also towards NGOs active in Turkey, law enforcement personnel in European countries, journalists, civil servants and other practitioners of law, education and business.
in: ELIAMEP, ELIMED, Policy brief #161, 07.04.2022 (online)more
Moderated by Ioannis N. Grigoriadis; speaker: Habibe Özdal, Şaban Kardaş, Suat Kınıklıoğlu; in: YouTube, 23.03.2022 (video)more