Differing Views on Turkey-EU Engagement

By Etkinlikler

The Turkish Policy Quarterly (TPQ) organized a roundtable on Turkey-EU Relations which took  place on Tuesday, October 9th at the Netherlands Consulate at the Palais de Hollande. The topics of the panel moderated by TURABDER’s president included key issues on the agenda: visa exemption for Turkish citizens, updating the Customs Union, security cooperation, and maintaining a constructive dialogue on Turkey’s reform agenda. The program was as follows

Program:

5:00-5:30pm – Registration

5:30-5:40pm – Opening Remarks by Marjanne de Kwaastenietthe Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Turkey

5:40-7:00pm – Panel Presentation

7:00-7:30pm – Q&A Discussion

Moderator:

Gül Günver Turan, President, Turkey-European Union Association

Speakers:

Ayhan Zeytinoğlu (TBC), President, Economic Development Foundation

Zümrüt İmamoğlu (TBC), Chief Economist, TÜSİAD

Metin Gürcan, Researcher, Istanbul Policy Center

Samuel Vesterbye, Managing Director of ENC

2018 Avrupa Gençlik Etkinliği

By Etkinlikler

What is the European Youth Event (EYE2018)?

The EYE2018 takes place on 1-2 June 2018 in the European Parliament’s seat in Strasbourg. It is a unique opportunity for young Europeans to make their voices heard. One of Turabder’s member Selin Uğurtas has been selected to represent our Association ‘s youth group in Strasbourg.

During the event, they will:

  • * Come up with ideas for the future of Europe
  • * Discuss with European decision makers
  • * Join more than 8,000 young people from all over Europe

* Follow-up to the event:

  • July 2018: a report featuring the most concrete ideas discussed during the event will be distributed to all Members of the European Parliament (MEPs).
  • Autumn 2018: some participants will present the most developed ideas from the report to a number of parliamentary committees and get feedback from MEPs.

Background information on the EYE – The aim of the EYE is to invite young people (16-30 years old) from the EU 28 Member States and neighbouring countries to meet and come up with ‘Ideas for a Better Europe’. The most interesting ideas generated will be presented to the Members of the European Parliament in a report and during Youth Hearings in the EP Committees in the autumn – Panels aim at encouraging and stimulating the debate among young participants, catch the ideas they will bounce off you, and respond to them. Speakers and moderators are invited to keep their interventions very short as to allow for enough time for exchanges with the participants.

The Program which relates to Turkey is as follows: 

SUGGESTED TIMELINE AND FOCUS
12:00 – 12:10 Opening of the discussion by the moderator (max 10 min)

1st ROUND of interventions
12:10 – 12:30 Speakers tell their experience (5min per speaker = 20 min)

Each speaker is given the floor to present own experience on the subject (through a targeted question by the moderator)
o Ska Keller – with focus on what the Parliament is doing on the matter
o Aylin Ece Cicek – focus on future of EU-Turkey relations from her University researches
o Selin Ugurtas – focus on Global Relations Forum and Task Force on the Future of EU-Turkey Relations
o Davide Lerner – focus on journalistic experience

12:30 – 12:45 – Audience reacts to speakers (15 min)

2nd ROUND of interventions
12:45-13:00 – Speakers propose ideas (5 min each)
Each speaker presents 1-2 ideas (prepared in advance) about what the EU (especially the EP) should do on the subject (answering to the questions from the
panel description)
o Aylin Ece Cicek – Shall we give to Turkey full membership or freeze accession for good?
o Davide Lerner – What line to take with autocrats: flagging up human rights and a free press or striking pragmatic deals?
o Selin Ugurtas – What is best for the young generation in Turkey and in the European Union?

13:00 – 13:15 – Audience propose ideas (max 2min per person = 15 min)
13:15-13:25 – Ska Keller – Gives feedback to ideas presented
13:25 – Closure of the panel discussion by the moderator (5 min)
o Quick summary
o Most impactful ideas to retain in relation to the main topic/panel’s questions

Daha fazla bilgi için bakınız: http://www.epgencms.europarl.europa.eu/cmsdata/upload/11a66420-cc4d-4f25-9b00-686b060976d6/A5_EYE_Programme_EN2018_V26.pdf

Avrupa Basın Bülteni Paylaşımı

By Haberler

Üyesi olduğumuz Uluslararası Avrupa Hareketi’nin ve La Haye Kongresi’nin  70. nci yıldönümü kutlamaları için Turabder Yönetim Kurulu Başkanı Gül Günver Turan ve Turabder üyesi Zeynep Sanigök TÜrkiye yi 70 yıl sonra La Haye’de temsil etmişlerdir.  Basın Bildirisi aşağıdaki gibidir:

On 24 and 25 May, the European Movement International celebrated its 70thanniversary in The Hague with the two-day event ‘Sharing Europe’. Citizens, policy-makers, trade unions, civil society and business came together to discuss the main issues facing Europe today, including: sustainability, migration, security, labour rights, new economic models and democracy over two days of panel debates and agora sessions.

The second day of celebrations took place in the Ridderzaal in the Dutch Parliament, where the 1948 Congress of The Hague was held, which laid the groundwork for the establishment of the European Movement and the foundations of the European Union itself.
During her keynote speech, European Movement International President Eva Maydell MEP stated:

“Now more than ever we need to stand up for what we hold dear, we need to speak up for what we consider to be true, we need to come forward and be the change we want to see in the world around us. If this gathering is to do anything, it must be to remind us that Europe is not just institutions or nations, politicians or politics. It is each and every one of us, citizens of Europe.” 

Minister of the Interior and Deputy Prime Minister of The Netherlands, Ms. Kajsa Ollongren also told the audience:

“The ambition demonstrated by that congress [Congress of The Hague 1948] is still highly relevant. We too must now dare to look ahead. To the Europe of our children and our grandchildren. We need to decide what kind of Europe we want them to live in. And with that vision of Europe before us, we should take concrete steps to make it a reality.”

The two days also served as a discussion arena for the Declaration of The Hague, written and released by the European Movement and partners.
Based on the discussions and debates among citizens and stakeholders, in the Declaration, we are calling for:

  • a European democracy that encourages the full participation of all citizens and boosts transparency of decision-making, supported by increased investment in education
  • safeguarding our open societies, defending the rule of law and strengthening the judiciary and free press
  • a deeper economic and monetary union, based on an inclusive and fair economy, more ambitious when harnessing technology, focused on sustainable investments
  • a social model that address widening inequalities, prioritises investment in education, culture, R&D and skills for the jobs of the future
  • the promotion of European heritage and identity, while building on our cultural diversity
  • strong efforts in a transition towards sustainable renewable energy, decarbonisation and the circular economy, reversing biodiversity loss, combating air and water pollution, eliminating toxic chemicals and promoting sustainable agriculture
  • a more holistic approach to migration, addressing its root causes, offering protection to those in need and pursuing the social, cultural and economic inclusion of refugees and migrants in Europe in order to seize the opportunity of the diversity brought by these new Europeans
  • a joint response to current geopolitical challenges, in particular when addressing difficulties with Russia and the rise of extremism and terrorism
  • a common European defence policy and closer security cooperation, supported by a close partnership with the EU’s immediate neighbourhood.
  • a steady involvement and implication of the candidate countries and the countries in the Eastern partnership with whom we will share a common future
  • the full participation of women and young people to ensure that no one is discriminated against, both in the economy and in society as a whole

The full Declaration of The Hague is available here.

The speeches given in the Ridderzaal and a recording of the event can be found on this page of our website.

—ENDS—

Notes to Editors:

The Declaration of the Hague was drafted by the European Movement International, our National Councils, our member organisations and the following Content Partner organisations:

  • CEEP (European Centre of Employers and Enterprises providing Public Services and Services of general interest)
  • CEMR (The Council of European Municipalities and Regions)
  • The College of Europe
  • GESAC (European Grouping of Societies of Authors and Composers)
  • EuroCommerce
  • Europa Nostra
  • EEB (The European Environmental Bureau)
  • The European Women’s Lobby
  • The European Youth Forum
  • ETUC (European Trade Union Confederation)
  • UEAPME (European Association of Craft, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises)

About Sharing Europe
Every 10 years, the European Movement International and the City of The Hague host the commemoration of the famous Congress of the Hague, which lay the foundations for European integration and the foundation of the European Movement.

To mark the 70th anniversary of The Hague Congress we gathered together citizens movements from across Europe, stakeholders representing society at large, political parties, academia, business, trade unions, youth organisations, local government, environmental movements. We wanted to recreate the spirit of 1948, gather in a sense of optimism and purpose to discuss and debate the future direction Europe needs to take to meet the social, economic, environmental and geopolitical challenges of our time.

About the European Movement 
The European Movement is the largest pan-European network of pro-European organisations. It is present in over 30 countries and encompasses 36 international associations, bringing together European civil society, business, trade unions, NGOs, political parties, local authorities and academia. Founded nearly 70 years ago, we have continuously advocated in favour of European cooperation and integration, based on the principles of peace, democracy, liberty, solidarity, equality, justice, and respect for human rights and the rule of law.

Today the European Movement seeks to provide a platform to encourage and facilitate the active participation of citizens and stakeholders from a cross-section of sectors in the development of European solutions to our common challenges. We offer thought leadership on the issues that confront Europe; we seek to inform the debates on our Union’s future, involve citizens and stakeholders in the decisions that affect them and influence policy-makers in favour of an open, inclusive, transparent and united Europe

Batı Balkanlar ile Diyalog İçinde

By Etkinlikler
Where: Hall 8, National Palace of Culture, Sofia
When: Wednesday, 16 May 2018, 12.00 – 19.00
Creating a Region of Growth, Security and Connectivity on the Path to Europe

On 16 May 2018,  the Bulgarian presidency, the EU institutions, governments from the Western Balkans and European Movement representatives will hold a forum for dialogue in Sofia, Bulgaria.

With the European Commission’s new strategy for the Western Balkans,  the countries of the region were given a fresh perspective for joining the Union. The 2025 horizon is a new chance for the region to complete all the necessary reforms. The EU needs to start discussing and communicating this new opportunity not only to policymakers, but also with societies in the region and across the EU. Citizens have a role to play by motivating their governments to implement reforms in the next 5-7 years.  That is why one of the main tasks of the EU should be to start a vivid dialogue with the societies in the Western Balkans: media, analysts, NGO activists and opinion makers, and to facilitate their participation in the process.

Agenda

12:00 – 13:00
Registration and working lunch

13:00- 14:10
Opening:

  • Boyko Borissov, Prime Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria (tbc)
  • Andrej PlenkovicPrime minister of Croatia (tbc)
  • Manfred Weber, Chair of  the EPP Group in EP (tbc)
  • Eva Maydell MEP, President of the European Movement International
  • Mikuláš Dzurinda, WMCES President, former Prime Minister of Slovakia (1998-2006)

14:10 – 15:45
Roundtable I: EU Perspective for the Western Balkans

Short impulses from :

  • Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (tbc)
  • Ekaterina Zaharieva, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria
  • Nikola Dimitrov, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (tbc)
  • Maja Bobic, European Movement, Serbia

Active interactions from:

  • Remzi Lani, Executive director of the Albanian Media Institute
  • Alida Vracic, Executive Director of Think Tank Populari
  • Jovan Teokarević, Director of the Belgrade Centre for European Integration, Open Society Foundation in Serbia
  • Andreja Stojkovski, Media representative and political analyst, FYROM
  • Nikolaos Tzifakis – Research Associate, Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies
  • Sonja Licht, President of the Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence

Moderator: Vessela Tcherneva, ECFR’s Deputy Director and Head of ECFR Sofia Office

15:45-16:00
Coffee Break

16:00 – 17:30
Roundtable II: EU-Western Balkans connectivity

Short impulses from:

  • Lіlуana Pavlova, Mіnіѕter for the Bulgarіan Preѕіdenсу of the Counсіl of the EU 2018
  • Rosen Pleveliev, President of Bulgaria (2012-2017)
  • Erion Veliaj, Mayor of Tirana
  • Fiona McIlwham, Western Balkans Director FCO

Active interactions from:

  • Filip Radunovic, GIZ
  • Vesselin Valkanov, Head of RCC Brussels office
  • Andi Dobrushi, Executive director OSF Albania
  • Veton Latifi, Professor, South-east European University, Tetovo

Moderator: Eva Maydell MEP, President of the European Movement International

17:30 – 17:40
Concluding remarks

19:00
Dinner

This event receives financial support from the European Parliament.

Avrupa Entegrasyonu’nda Balkanlar: Geçmişi, Bugünü ve Geleceği’

By Etkinlikler

Program aşağıdaki gibidir.

THE BALKANS IN THE EUROPEAN INTEGRATION – PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
16-17 May 2018
Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski

PROGRAMME (DRAFT)
15 May 2018, Main Building, Hall 1
18:30 Books Launch: Regional Studies Monographs. Series of the Center of Excellence in the Humanities “Alma Mater”

16 May 2018, Aula Magna
10:00 – 11:00 Registration
11:00 – 12:00 Opening
12:00 – 13:30 Lunch for the participants, Hotel “Crystal Palace Boutique“, 14, Shipka Str.
Conference Hall, North Wing, 2nd Floor

Panel 1: European Integration and Integration Processes in South-Eastern Europe
Chair: Prof. Ivan Ilchev (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski)
13:30 – 13:45 Prof. Marie-Janine Calic (Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich)
The EU “Strategy for the Western Balkans”: Old Wine in New Bottles?

13:45 – 14:00 Prof. Paskal Milo (University of Tirana)
The New EU Enlargement Strategy for Western Balkans: Is it a New Vision for the Region?

14:00 – 14:15 Prof. Gül Günver Turan (The Turkey EU Association)
Prospect of EU Membership for Western Balkan Countries
14:15– 14:30 Discussion

14:30 – 15:00 Coffe Break
Panel 2: The Western Balkans as an Issue of the European Security
Session 1
Chair: Prof. Alexandar Kostov (Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology, BAS)
15:00 – 15:15 Assoc. Prof. Daniel Smilov (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski)
EU as Regional Integration
15:15 – 15:30 Prof. Inga Kawka (Pedagogical University of Kraków)
The EU Macro-Regional Strategies in the Western Balkans
15:30 – 15:45 Assist. Prof. Shefik Shehu, Assist. Prof. Faton Shabani (University of Tetovo)
PESCO and the Future of EU Security
15:45 – 16:00 Discussion
16:00 – 16:30 Break
Session 2
Chair: Prof. Wolfgang Höpken (University of Leipzig)
16:30 – 16:45 Assoc. Prof. Nikolaos Varsakelis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) European Regional Convergence: Is the Technology that Matters
16:45 – 17:00 Prof. Veton Latifi (South East European University, Tetovo)
The Political Discourse of the Balkan Countries and Their EU Integration Pro-cess One Century since the First World War
17:00 – 17:15 Prof. Jordan Baev (G. S. Rakovski National Defense College, Sofia)
The Parallel Process of Bulgaria and Romania’s Integration into the Euro-Atlantic Security System as a Case Study for the Western Balkans
17:30 – 18:00 Discussion

19:00 Cocktail

17 May 2018, Conference Hall, North Wing, 2nd Floor
Panel 3: The Europeanisation of the Balkan Societies
Session 1
Chair: Prof. Ivan Parvev (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski)
09:00 – 09:15 Assoc. Prof. Dobrinka Parusheva (University of Plovdiv/ Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology, BAS)
Urbanisation as Europeanisation. Becoming “Modern” in the Balkans at the End of the Nineteenth Century
09:15 – 09:30 Prof. Roumiana Preshlenova (Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracol-ogy, BAS)
The Balkans as Europe: Drawing Upon Lessons from the Past
09:30 – 09:45 Assist. Prof. Lorand Madly (Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca)
From a Pre-modern Society to the European Union – The Paths of Romania and Central-Eastern Europe towards Modernization
09:45 – 10:00 Discussion
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
Session 2
Chair: Assist. Prof. Maria Baramova (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski)
10:30 – 10:45 Prof. Wolfgang Höpken (University of Leipzig)
Europe as a Hegemonic Concept: The German Idea of a ´New European Or-der´ and Southeastern Europe in the 1930s/40s
10:45 – 11:00 Prof. Iskra Baeva, Prof. Evgenia Kalinova (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohrid-ski)
The European Integration of the Former Socialist Countries of the Balkans af-ter the End of the Cold War – Successes and Problems
11:00 – 11:15 Prof. Gordana Djurović (University of Montenegro)
“C” Principles and Enlargement+
11: 15 – 11:30 Discussion
Panel 4: Religious and Ethnic Aspects of the European Integration in South-Eastern Europe
Chair: Assist. Prof. Hristo Berov (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski)
11:30 – 11:45 Assoc. Prof. Naoum Kaytchev (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski)
EU Integration of the (Former Yugoslav) Republic of Macedonia in Regional Comparative Perspective
11:45 – 12:00 Assist. Prof. Adnan Džafić (University of Sarajevo)
History and Future of Bosnian Identity
12:00 – 12:15 Assoc. Prof. Ekaterina Nikova (Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thra-cology, BAS)
The European Union and the End of Balkan History
12:15 – 12:30 Discussion
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch for the participants, Hotel “Crystal Palace Boutique“, 14, Shipka Str.
Panel 5: Regional Aspects of the European integration in South-Eastern Europe
Session 1
Chair: Assoc. Prof. Naoum Kaytchev (Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski)
13:30 – 13:45 Assoc. Prof. Irina Ognyanova (Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracol-ogy, BAS)
Croatia’s “Long Journey” to the EU
13:45 – 14:00 Assist. Prof. Aneta Mihaylova (Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thra-cology, BAS)
Romania after Its EU Accession: the Trials of the Membership
14:00 – 14:15 Prof. Žarko Korać (University of Belgrade)
Serbia EU Accession, Problems and Solutions
14:15 – 14:30 Prof. Vlado Buchkovski, Mr. Timco Mucunski, Prof. Goce Naumovski (Univer-sity of Skopje)
The Republic of Macedonia in the EU?
14:30 – 14:45 Discussion
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee break
Session 2
Chair: Assist. Prof. Yorgos Christidis (University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki)
15:15 – 15:30 Assist. Prof. Berat Aqifi, Assist. Prof. Ardian Emini, Assist. Prof. Naser Rugova (University Kadri Zeka, Gjilan)
Membership of Kosovo in International Organizations
15:30 – 15:45 Assoc. Prof. Bajram Kosumi, Assist. Prof. Dukagin Leka (University Kadri Zeka, Gjilan)
Kosovo and its Integration into the European Union
15:45 – 16:00 Assoc. Prof. Ulpian Hoti (Aleksandër Moisiu University of Durres), Assoc. Prof. Ersida Teliti (University of Tirana)
Consumer Protection as a Prerequisite for Economic Integration of Albania
16:00 – 16:15 Dr. Shkelqim Xeka (Aleksandër Moisiu University of Durres)
Social Perceptions in Interethnic Relations in Albania Today and Psychological Models for Resolving Ethnic Conflicts in the Balkan Peninsula
16:15 – 16:30 Discussion
16:30 – 17:00 Coffee break
Session 3
Chair: Assoc. Prof. Ekaterina Nikova (Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracology, BAS)
17:00 – 17:15 Assist. Prof. Yorgos Christidis (University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki)
The EU-led Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue: An Assessment
17:15 – 17:30 Dr. Kaloyan Metodiev (Institute for Strategies and Analysis, Sofia)
Serbia and the European Union
17:30 – 17:45 Assist. Prof. Ivaylo Nachev (Institute of Balkan Studies & Centre of Thracolo-gy, BAS)
Euroscepticism in Serbia on the Road to Accession
17:45 – 18:00 Discussion

Avrupa Gününü Kutluyoruz

By Etkinlikler

Danimarka, Hollanda, Finlandya ve Fransa’dan gelen gençler ve hocalarını  Bilgi, Boğaziçi, İstanbul, Okan, Özyeğin ve Yıldız Üniversitelerinden gençler ve hocaları ile bir araya getirerek Avrupa gününü kutlayacağız. Katılım davetiyelidir.

PROGRAM: DIPLOMACY UNDER A FRIENDLY ROOF

Program :  Celebration of Europe Day  

May 9, 2018 (Divan Hotel, Elmadağ)

9:00-9:30  Breakfast and Registration at the Divan hotel

9:30-12:30 Morning Session

The event in the morning is organized as a “world café” event where 60 participants headed by moderators and discussants (names are below) will talk about issues also listed below. Each table will sit around 10 persons; they will rotate every 20 minutes so as to allow them to cover all 7 topics.

1st table: EU and Migration (Deniz Şenol Sert and Dimitrov Bogoya)

2nd table: Economic Relations (Dilara Akan, Çiğdem Nas and Emre Gönen)

3rd table: Fundamental rights, justice and freedoms (Erkut Emcioğlu and J.J. Jääskeläinen )

4th table:  Security issues (Pesco) (Ilter Turan and Burç Beşgül)

5th table: Gender related issues (Zeynep Alemdar, Imad Khillo and Miikka Keranen)

6th table: Enlargement and the Balkans (Gül Turan and Dimitrov Bogoya)

7th table: New visions for the EU (Haluk Tükel and Jean Marcou)

12:30-14:30 Lunch Our Guest speaker is Ümit Boyner (Mrs), (Boynergrup Board Member & Former President of Tusiad) who will be speaking on Gender Equality in Workplace

14:30-16:30

Opening speech: Bahadır Kaleağası (World, Europe, Turkey: History of the Near Future)

Panel:  Visionary Approaches for a Changing World

Fatih Ömür  (Vision and Mission of a Leading Airport Operator)

Emine Etili (Visionary Approach to Digital Experiences)

Charles Emir Richards (Becoming a Visionary Filmmaker)

Özge Samancı (Visionary Approach to Turkish Culinary Experiences)

Moderator: Gül Günver TURAN

16 :30 – 17 :00

Handing certificates and group photo

18:00- 21:30 Departure by Funicular from Taksim to Kabatas for a boat trip ( Kaptan Boran) and dinner on the Bosphorus

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AB’liler AB yi ve geleceğini tartışıyor

By Haberler

6 Nisan tarihinde Türkiye Avrupa Birliği Derneğinin Başkanı Gül Günver Turan’ın moderatörlüğünü yaptığı panelde Çek Cumhuriyeti Petr Mares, Fransız Başkonsolosu Bertrand Buchwalter, Hollanda Başkonsolosu Bart von Bolhuis ve İngiltere’nin eski Tirana Büyükelçisi ve halihazırda İngiltere Başkonsolosluğundaki Ekonomi ve Refah Bölümü başkanı Nicholas Cannon biraraya gelerek AB için yeni vizyonlar, Avrupa’da popülizmin yaygınlığı ve Brexit’in nedenleri ve sonuçları konuları tartışıldı. Açılış konuşmalarını ev sahibi sıfatıyla Tüsiad Genel Sekreteri Bahadır Kaleağası ve AB nin Türkiye’deki delegasyonunun başkan yardımcısı Elçi Müsteşarı Gabriel Munuera Vinals yaptılar.

Popülizm, Brexit ve AB için Yeni Vizyonlar

By Etkinlikler

Panel on “ Populism, Brexit and Visions for the EU”                                     

The Turkey European Union Association has organized a panel  to discuss the EU’s future directions. Europe is in the midst of intense debate at a time when the 2019 European elections  are approaching. Four issues will be discussed: new visions for the EU, Brexit, populism and impacts on Turkey – EU relations . 

AGENDA

11.00-11.15: Registration

11:15-11:25 Opening Remarks by Bahadır Kaleağası, Secretary General of Tusiad and Gabriel Munuera Vilnas, Minister Counsellor of the EU Delegation in Ankara

11:25- 13:00   Panel

Bertrand Buchwalter  – Consul General of France

Bart van Bolhuis – Consul General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

Petr_Mares – Consul General of the Czech Republic

Nicholas Cannon- Head of Economic & Prosperity Team

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Gül Günver Turan, President of Turabder.

12:30 – 13:00 :  Questions and Answers

13:00 – 14:00 : Refreshments

Date and Time : April 5,  2018 at 11:00

Place : Tusiad : Kamer Hatun Mahallesi, Meşrutiyet Cd. No:46, 34430 Beyoğlu/İstanbul

Türkiye Avrupa Birliği Derneği Sakarya’da idi

By Haberler

Türkiye Avrupa Birliği Derneği (Turabder)  24 Mart 2018 tarihinde düzenlediği  “Son Jeopolitik Gelişmeler Işığında TürkiyeAvrupa Birliği İlişkileri“ konulu panelde  sizleri aralarında  görmekten mutluluk duyacaktır.

Tarih: 24 Mart 2018 Cumartesi saat 14:00 – 16:00

Yer: Tunatan Tesisleri

Bahçelievler Mahallesi, 2. Cad. No:2, 54100 Serdivan/Sakarya

Program

14:00 – 14:15              Kayıt

14:15 – 14:20              Açılış Konuşmaları

Prof. Dr. Gül Günver Turan, Turabder Başkanı

İrfan Balkanlıoğlu , Sakarya Valisi

14:20 – 16:00              Son Jeopolitik Gelişmeler Işığında TürkiyeAvrupa Birliği

                                    İlişkileri

Panelistler                  Dr. Emre Gönen, Bilgi Üniversitesi

         Prof. Dr. İlter Turan Ipsa Başkanı, Bilgi Üniversitesi

            Doç. Dr. Çiğdem Nas, İktisadi Kalkınma Vakfı Genel Sekreteri

Doç. Dr. Deniz Şenol Sert, Özyeğin Üniversitesi

Panel Başkanı            Ülker Önder Döker, TURABDER Sakarya Şubesi Başkanı