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‘Changing Kurdish Dynamics in the Middle East’

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CEFTUS and LSE Middle East Centre Joint Forum ‘Changing Kurdish Dynamics in the Middle East’ 19 April 2016 House of Commons The forum was hosted by Labour MP Sharon Hodgson for Washington & Sunderland West. The forum came as the hundred year anniversary of the Sykes-Picot agreement nears. The Sykes-Picot agreement saw the defining of […]

‘Kurdish Issue: Is Peace Still on the Table?

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  27 October 2015, House of Commons The keynote speaker was veteran journalist and author Cengiz Candar and the event was kindly chaired and hosted by Tom Brake MP. Tom Brake MP opened the event discussing the strong relationship between Britain and Turkey and how this has grown increasingly important in light of the Syrian Crisis. […]

CEFTUS and RUSI Roundtable with Mr Cengiz Candar

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‘Snap Elections in Turkey: Now and Then’ 28 October 2015, RUSU The Centre for Turkey Studies in partnership with Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) hosted a roundtable with veteran journalist and author Mr Cengiz Candar. Days before the General Elections in Turkey, Mr Candar shared his analysis on the tumultuous developments of recent months, from violent […]

CENGIZ CANDAR

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  CENGIZ CANDAR Columnist and Journalist Cengiz Candar Book Launch ‘ Mezopotamya Ekspresi’ Westminster Debate ‘Leaving the Mountains: How may PKK Lay down Arms? Freeing the Kurdish Question from Violence’ Joint Forum ‘Talking Turkey: Can Europe Get on the Same Page?’   Cengiz Candar studied political science and international relations at Ankara University. He began […]

Cengiz Candar Book Launch

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  Cengiz Candar spoke at the event organised by the Centre for Turkey Studies Monday, 11 February 2013 The eminent columnist and journalist Cengiz Candar launched his new book ‘Mezopotamya Ekspresi: Bir Tarih Yolculugu’ at an event at the School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS) organised by the Centre for Turkey Studies. Candar made […]

‘Leaving the Mountains: How may PKK Lay down Arms? Freeing the Kurdish Question from Violence’

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CENTRE FOR TURKEY STUDIES WESTMINSTER DEBATE ‘LEAVING THE MOUNTAINS: HOW MAY PKK LAY DOWN ARMS? FREEING THE KURDISH QUESTION FROM VIOLENCE’ October 2011 House of Commons Keynote Speaker: Cengiz Candar, Journalist and Columnist Dr Ayla Gol of University Aberystwyth Other panellists included Andy Slaughter MP, Jeremy Corbyn MP, Emma Reynolds MP, Eric Joyce MP and […]

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  June 2013 The London based Centre for Turkey Studies (CEFTUS) continues to grow. The centre’s new team came together in June to discuss short and long term plans. The Centre for Turkey Studies, with a view to implementing a more institutional structure, has started working together with current and new members of different professions […]

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The Centre for Turkey Studies (CEFTUS), as a not-for-profit organisation, would like to organise future Debates and Community Gatherings where anyone interested in Turkey may benefit. CEFTUS is a civil society organisation and we would like to do more of what we have done so far; organise debates and community gatherings with keynote speakers from […]

CEFTUS is seeking a new Programme Officer

The Centre for Turkey Studies (CEFTUS) founded in 2011 with the support of former Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, is seeking a new Programme Officer to help with administrative tasks and event organisation, and to provide some research assistance. CEFTUS, which celebrated its 5th anniversary in October 2016, organises public forums and roundtable events, fundraising and […]

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The Centre for Turkey Studies is a non-profit organisation that organises monthly speaker series, panel discussions, round tables and dinner events in the UK Parliament, think tanks, academic institutions and the City of London.   Founded in 2011, the Centre has achieved a lot in 5 years, establishing itself as a cultural leader in Turkish, […]