Selcuk Gultasli is a Turkish journalist representing ZAMAN (Turkish) and Today’s ZAMAN (English) dailies in Brussels since 2001. He has started working as a journalist in 1995 and with the exception of two years, between 1999-2001, when he worked as the diplomatic editor of Turkey’s then only English language daily Turkish Daily News, He has always been with ZAMAN group. ...Read More »
Ceren Gergeroglu, Coordinator of Assembly of Cooperation for Peace in Aragon (Spain). She was born in Ankara and she studied International Relations at the Middle East Technical University. She lives in Spain since 2007. Do you think European journalists know the real life in Turkey and vice versa? Yes and no. To be able to say that someone knows the ...Read More »
Do you think that European journalists know the Turkey situation and vice versa? I do not think that they have information beyond the reports or some books. In fact, sometimes, I think that they are ignorant about Turkey’s reality, but, of course, sometimes it is the easiest way. Turkey has its own culture, as the rest of countries, its internal ...Read More »
Do you think European journalists know the real life in Turkey and vice versa? Turkish community, authorities and society are not informed about the opportunities of Turkish organizations in EU programs. This is because the Turkish Media, journalists and Turkish relevant authorities as well they don’t have the information and capacity to promote such projects. Exchange of information between relevant ...Read More »
Do you think European journalists know the real life in Turkey and vice versa? Turkish citizens are not informed about the EU programs but if they will receive information and training about how they can take advantage of them of course they will try to take advantage of these current opportunities that EU gives. Do you think the Turkish population ...Read More »
Abdullah Reha Nazli
Journalist, entrepreneur and expert on audiovisual communication. He's a manager of a bookstore and a small TV producer. You can find more about him at www.rehha.com
Do you think European journalists know the real life in Turkey and vice versa?
There is not sufficient information about the opportunities of Turkey in the framework of EU policies and programs. So information and training given by consultants with experience in these subjects can help to inform and train people how they can advantage of these opportunities. So such a knowhow projects I think that it is in the according to the needs of Turkish society.