The academic meeting titled 'The Social, Cultural and Economic History of Van and the Region' organised by Hrant Dink Foundation held on November 11-12, 2016 in Havak Hall, Istanbul.
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The conference dealing with Izmir and the region's social, economic and cultural change between 1850 and 1950 took place on 24-25 November 2017, in Ahmed Adnan Saygun Art Center in Izmir. You can watch the presentation videos here.
The Hrant Dink Foundation and Hamazkayin Educational and Cultural Society organized an international conference entitled ‘Critical Approaches to Armenian Identity in the 21st Century: Fragility, Resilience and Transformation’.
The conference titled ‘A Civilization Destroyed: The Wealth of Non-Muslims in the Late Ottoman Period and the Early Republican Era’ organized by Hrant Dink Foundation in cooperation with Bogazici, Bilgi and Sabanci Universities.
The conference Sealed Gate: Prospects of the Turkey-Armenia Border organised by the Hrant Dink Foundation and Ankara University, Faculty of Political Science, Department of Economics was held in Ankara on November 22-23, 2014.
Hrant Dink Foundation, with the support of Medical Association of Mardin, Mardin Bar Association, KAMER Mardin, Mardin Cinema Society and Turabdin Assyrian Culture and Solidarity Association.
The scientific meeting of the Social and Economic History of Diyarbakır and the Region was held, which met with a great interest in the region and organized by Hrant Dink Foundation in Diyarbakır.
With the participation of academics and journalists working on issues of discrimination, racism, discourse, media ethics and freedom of expression, the conference "Wounding Words and Acts: Hate Crimes and Hate Speech" was held.
Sabanci University hosted an international workshop entitled 'Adana 1909: History, Memory, and Identity from a Hundred Year Perspective'. The workshop included scholars from the USA, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Italy.
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