What is on the Agenda?

  • ESCALA - European Youth Summer Camp a la Turca

    10.07.2008 - 14:08
    The Netherlands Alumni Association of Turkey invites young people to participate the ESCALA- European Youth Summer Camp a la Turca in Ilgaz organised in partnership with Netherlands Institute for Higher Education (NIHAnkara), Ankara University Faculty of Political Sciences and with the support of European Union Information Centre. ESCALA will focus on the issue of European awareness and diversity among young citizens.
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  • Eurobarometer - Spring 2008 Turkey Report released

    04.07.2008 - 14:08
    The research aims to put forth the general view of the Turkish public towards the European Union within the first half of 2008. The study was conducted through face-to-face interviews with 1003 people across Turkey in the period 29 March - 27 April 2008. Please, click here for the Executive Summary (EN) Please, click here for the full report (TR)
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  • Beypazarı’s Nature at Ankamall Shopping Mall

    04.07.2008 - 14:08
    The Nature Society (Doğa Derneği) promoted the rich nature of Beypazarı to people in Ankara through some activities between 18-30 June supported by the European Union and the Municipality of Beypazarı. At the stand at the Ankamall Shopping Mall, the Nature Society also met with environment enthusiasts and presented its activities.
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  • France takes over rotating EU Presidency

    01.07.2008 - 14:08
    On 1 July 2008, France took over the rotating presidency of the EU from Slovenia. During its six-month term, the main priorities of the French Presidency will be energy and climate change, issues concerning immigration, agriculture and food safety as well as security and defence.
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  • EU-supported hotline helps victims of human trafficking

    01.07.2008 - 14:08
    148 human trafficking victims were saved when they dialed 157 - an EU-funded hotline that aims to prevent human trafficking, protect victims and punish the traders. “Human trafficking is a problem that has gone beyond international borders,” said Zekeriya Şarbak, the deputy undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior. “With this campaign, it is once again emphasized that human trafficking is the new form of slavery in our modern day and the most severe violation of human rights.”
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