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Winners of Turkish, Kurdish and Cypriot Community Achievement Awards 2015

Winners of Turkish, Kurdish and Cypriot Community Achievement Awards 2015


We would like to congratulate the winners of the Community Achievement Awards 2015. Please see below the full list of winners.


CEFTUS Appreciation Award

Mr Rami Ronger MBE, Mr Shany Gupta, Mr Martin Howe and Mrs Gulse Birsel

Community Achievement Role Model (Female/Male)

Dr. Seval Tasdemir and Mrs Aysegul Yesildaglar

Mr Ali Poyraz and Dr Ziya Radmand 

Media and Politics

Peray Ahmet and Raziye Akkoc

Arts-Culture and Education

Dr Ayla Gol, Mr Mehmet Karakus, Mr Mustafa Durmaz and Ms Dondu Durmaz


Dr Ali Dogan and Dr Ismail Bulut

Charity/NGO/Civil Society

Kirkisrak Community Centre 

Most Successful Business Person (Female/Male)

Ms Jale Erentok and Ms Saniye Unal (runner up)

Mr Dervis Aslan, Mr Kemal Kaya and Mr Ibrahim Ahmet

Food-Restaurant, Wholesalers

Mr Ibrahim Uzun

Young Entrepreneur

Ali Huseyin Osoy and Nihat Ozdal (runner up) 

Lifelong Achievement

Ilker Kilic

Most Successful Students

Zilan Akdogan, Ceren Turna, Hanim Karakoc, Dilan Guven, Rukan Has, Deniz Arman, Ergin Erbil, Zeynep Topkaya, Esin Gunes



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