Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant 12th round results are announced
Travel Grant 12th round results are announced
Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant is waiting for your applications
Travel Grant is waiting for your applications
Rezzan Alagöz: Without interactions, people of two countries will never actually meet
Without interactions, people of two countries will never actually meet
The normalisation and development of Turkey's relations with its 'most distant' neighbour Armenia is the aim of the Foundation. The Foundation's work in this field is based on the principle that can be described as 'the border first opens in our minds'. As the Hrant Dink Foundation, we encourage direct contact in all fields between the two countries in collaboration with the civil society of both countries, independent of the political developments. We believe that civil society is the real determining element in the dynamics of the relations and we foresee the consolidation of this civic pressure.
Support to the Armenia-Turkey Normalisation Process: Stage Two (ATNP2) is a programme implemented by a Consortium of eight civil society organisations from Armenia and Turkey with the financial assistance of the European Union.
Arpenik Atabekyan fellow from Turkey-Armenia Fellowship Scheme and Yaşar Adanalı from host organisation Center for Spatial Justice - Beyond Istanbul, talked about programme and shared their experiences.
Discover the opportunities for cooperation and enjoy going beyond borders. Individuals and groups from Armenia and Turkey are supported for their visit to neighbouring country. Deadline for this terms is October 1st.
Turkey-Armenia Travel Grantees for the application period April - June 2017 is now announced. 46 individuals will be supported with the Travel Grant in this term. The next deadline for application is October 1st.
Rezzan Alagöz, one of the fellows in Armenia and Tatevik Petrosyan from her host organisation Yerevan State University, Centre for Civilisation and Cultural Studies talked about their experiences.
In 2017-2018, the Turkey-Armenia Fellowship Scheme will offer 10 professionals from Armenia and Turkey the opportunity follow a special programme at a specific Host Organisation in the neighbouring country for 4 to 8 months.
Hrant Dink Foundation and Gyumri Youth Initiative Centre NGO cordially invite you to the official launch event of the programme Beyond Borders 2017-2019: Dialogue Programmes, Travel Grant and Fellowship Scheme.
A group of five academics from Turkey specializing in Ottoman language, literature and history visited Armenia from May 30th to June 2nd, 2017, as part of the Turkey-Armenia Dialogue Programme series.