The primary objective of the project titled HDV Minority Rights Academy is to protect and promote minority rights, fundamental rights and freedoms, and the rule of law in Turkey. Under the Bolis Institute, Hrant Dink Foundation has commenced the Minority Rights Academy Project, financially supported by the European Union, in 2023. The project's overall objective is to protect and promote democracy, fundamental rights and freedoms, and the rule of law in Turkey.

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The application process for the academy program of the 'HDV Minority Rights Academy' project has started! We welcome applications from everyone who is interested in and who has carried out different studies on the field of minority rights!

In this episode of "Azınlık Hâlleri," we discussed freedom of religion and belief, how these concepts are addressed in international law, and the place of these concepts in Turkey with Mine Yıldırım.

The Hrant Dink Foundation will organize a conference titled ‘Minority Rights in the Centennial of the Republic’ on November 17-18, 2023 in Istanbul. The conference seeks to analyze the rights of minorities, their problems and the solutions to these problems.

The project titled “An Up-To-Date Approach to Minority Rights’’ which started in July 2021 has been completed. The report titled “Tight Outfit: Armenian Institutions in Turkey, Problems and Solutions,” written by Ohannes Kılıçdağı, has been published. 

The international conference titled 'Minority Rights in the Centennial of the Republic' was held in Istanbul on November 17-18, 2023. You can watch the papers presented at the conference, which attracted great interest, on this page.

The first phase of the HDV Minority Rights Academy was conducted with the participation of 20 participants and 10 experts.

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