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EU in Turkey - Approching the EU to citizens through journalists | AB Türkiye'de- Vatandaşlara Gazetecilerle Ulaşan AB | UE en Turquía – Acercar la UE a los ciudadanos a través de los periodistas

Give us your opinion… Mehlika Celik


Do you think that European journalists know about the life in Turkey? A clear answer may not be very accurate for such a general question, it is very difficult to know about the real life in Turkey, we do know that Istanbul is a beautiful city and Turkey’s extraordinary prototype. This being the case, many European journalists in Turkey prefer ...

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Training Sessions in Turkey – Trabzon


Trabzon’s Chamber of Commerce held the last session of our training courses in Turkey. More than 30 attendees participated in this session representing many Black See Region municipalities and, above all, different Trabzon University departments. During this session we debated with the participants about the main EU funds available for the Turkish population, especially, focused on Rural Development, Learning and ...

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AB-Bilgi, TV Program – How is the European Union working to face migratory crisis in the Mediterranean?


Only in 2015, a million refugees arrived in Europe fleeing conflicts like the war in Syria. This influx of people caused a migration crisis and forced the member states to take measures to receive refugees. In this program AB-Bilgi TV, “How is dealing with the European Union’s migration crisis in the Mediterranean?” we will see a report on the decision ...

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Training Sessions in Turkey – Erzurum


In Erzurum the protagonist of our courses was undoubtedly, the University. Not only because the course was made possible through the collaboration of the Faculty of Communication at the University of Erzurum, but because they were, above all, social and university representatives who attended and participated in our training sessions. This time European neighbourhood programmes focused much of the content of ...

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Give us your opinion… Tony Conelly


Tony Connelly (County Antrim, Ireland, 1964) is a journalist and author. He Works as Europe Editor for RTÉ News and Current Affairs. We ask him about relationship between journalism and Turkey present. Do you think European media and society know the reality of Turkey and its culture or habits? I think that a lot of Irish people go to Turkey ...

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Give us your opinion… Bekir Sahin


Bekir Sahin, PhD Surmene Faculty of Marine Sciences. Do you think that European journalists know the life of in Turkey? We live in the 21st century which the globe has become a global village, an event that took place in the world, can be informed immediately. In Turkey in every region, province even in districts there are thousands of local and ...

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Training Sessions in Turkey – Diyarbakir


With some difficulties, because of the situation of police tension that exists in the city, we were able to hold our course in Diyarbakir. Unfortunately, many journalists could not attend it because that same day, just hours before the course, a terrorist attack focused media attention of the day. In any case, entrepreneurs, independent professionals, some journalists and representatives of ...

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Solidarity, at the heart of European values


The European Commission, together with the 28 EU member states contribute with half humanitarian aid worldwide. This is the largest donor to act in humanitarian crises or natural disasters. In this AB BILGI TV program we will know the work of the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations department (ECHO) and the humanitarian principles of humanity, impartiality, neutrality and ...

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ERASMUS+, also out of the University


The Erasmus+ program is known for promoting scholarships in EU universities but reaches far beyond; promotes partnerships between organizations to improve educational processes and share knowledge. An example of this is the ESMYA project, Sentenced Education for Minors and Young Adults. The program Erasmus+ has been developed through three lines of action: learning mobility, support for education policies and cooperation. ...

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