Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant

HIstorical Record of Hrant Dink Foundation Program

Aylin Cilasın and Mustafa Emir Cilasın from Çanakkale, members of the Çanakkale Koza Youth Association, were supported with the travel grant to visit ABCD Innovation Center in Yerevan, to strengthen their existing cooperation and to plan future projects together. Aylin Cilasin “If you want to break the ice between the countries and to become friends, […]

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Osman Akyıl and İhsan Ay from Diyarbakır, members of the Mesopotamia Foundation, will be supported with the travel grant to visit Yerevan, for exploring possibilities for further cooperation and information/document exchange with Radio Yerevan. İhsan Ay “These type of journeys, brings together the contributions on areas such as tourism, economy and culture. So that it […]

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Ela Nuroğlu and Ezgi Sevgi Can from Ankara, were supported with Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant for their visit to Yerevan for meeting local musicians, giving workshops, and recording traditional songs in Armenian villages. Ela Nuroglu “With our music we created a dialogue between societies and introduced the societies and cultures to one another. I think art […]

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Alp Aslan from Ankara, editor of the Gezenti Magazine, was supported with the Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant to visit Yerevan to write articles for the magazine on his impressions about neighbouring country, and to discuss about potential project ideas directed towards developing relations between the two countries. “We are the same nation, whom sometimes talk different languages and […]

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Ecem Baykuş from Ankara and Miray Özturan from Istanbul, were supported with the Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant to visit Yerevan, to produce visual pieces about LGBTI people’s daily life and later on to exhibit them in Yerevan and İstanbul along with similar visuals from Turkey. “The ice skating rink in the center of the city was […]

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Gizem Tongo from Ankara, was supported with the Turkey-Armenia Travel grant for her visit to Yerevan, for exploring Armenian painting and painters during 1914-1918. “Being part of this amazing initiative is truly a unique experience for those who believe in enhancing and promoting the dialogue between Turkey and Armenia. Beyond borders for a future where […]

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Lülüfer Körükmez from Izmir, from Ege University, was supported with the Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant to visit Yerevan, Gyumri and Lori, for conducting interviews and meeting academics and civil society organisations for her research about migration flows from Armenia to Turkey. “I realized once more that we both people of Armenia and people of Turkey have a […]

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