CEFTUS 7th Anniversary Gala and Community Achievement Awards
The Centre for Turkey Studies (CEFTUS) will hold its 7th Anniversary Gala and Community Achievement Awards (2018) on 15th October 2018 at Park Plaza London Riverbank.
Monday, 15 October 2018
Reception: 6:00 – 7:00PM
Dinner & Awards 7:00 – 11:00PM
Park Plaza London Riverbank
18 Albert Embankment Lambeth
London SE1 7TJ
Dress code: Lounge Suit or Cocktail Dress
Founded in 2011, CEFTUS has grown remarkably and has been the only effective organisation that provides an open platform for issues regarding Turkey and the region, builds bridges between Turkey and the UK and brings together Turkish, Kurdish and Turkish Cypriot communities of the UK.
CEFTUS will once again organise a wonderful gala where parliamentarians, business people, community leaders, local and national media will be in attendance. Having hosted celebrities such as Zulful Livaneli and Gulse Birsel in previous gala events, we will again host distinguished figures from Turkey including parliamentarians, academics, journalists and business people.
CEFTUS 7th Anniversary Gala will aim to raise funds for our work throughout the year. We receive cross-party and cross-community support in the UK and Turkey and does not owe any allegiance to any government, political party or institution. We are a non-profit organisation. In order to continue our work, we thank you for your kind support through purchasing tickets. Supporters of CEFTUS are very welcome to make donations via the link below or purchase tickets/tables.
CEFTUS has also opened the nominations for the Community Achievement Awards (2018). The awards, which aim to recognise excellence of Turkish, Kurdish and Turkish Cypriot Communities in the UK, will be presented in categories of business, education, art, media and community work. Anyone can make a nomination by either emailing CEFTUS on email@example.com with a nominee name, contact details, category, reason for nomination. Alternatively, nominations can be made via our nomination form which can be found here.