Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant, launched by the Hrant Dink Foundation, covers the round trip transportation costs of those individuals and groups, who are willing to visit the neighbouring country for a specific purpose. 

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Armenian Architects of Istanbul is on the shelves with its third publication. The book reveals the role of the Armenian architects in shaping of Istanbul in 19th and early 20th centuries.

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Within February 20-26, 2017, four news articles that generate hate speech had been selected for the weekly report. These articles targeting Christians, Syrians, the British and Jews are analyzed from a critical perspective.

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Prof. Ronald Grigor Suny, will give a lecture on 'The Soviet Experience: Armenians in the USSR' on 16th of March, Thursday, at 18.30 (UTC+3) at Anarad Hığutyun Building Havak Hall.

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Each year Hrant Dink Foundation prepares an agenda on a particular topic in three languages, Turkish, English and Armenian. The theme for 2017 is 'Food'. Food is not just about eating. It is also about life, culture and existence.

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Within the scope of the preparation process of site of memory, a special importance was given to run an inclusive process and to share the knowledge and experience that we gained during this process by making presentations.

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History and cultural heritage teams at the Hrant Dink Foundation are having oral history workshops. The oral history archive will be used in Foundation’s publications and will be archived with resarch standards.

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Furkan Demirbaş, one of the Turkey-Armenia Travel Grantees from a group of students at Boğaziçi University: If we want to see better days in the future, we should think and act beyond borders. 

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A unique form of art named as ‘Blanket Art’ was born in Prison Number Four. Prisoners used the blankets to create a range of designs and objects. They created even living rooms to please the leaders of the gangs by using blankets.

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