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Ihsan Eliacik

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Joint Forum ‘The Gezi Spirit and Its Impacts: Recent Developments in Turkey’ Ihsan Eliacik is an author and a thinker. He holds a BA from Divinity Faculty of Erciyes University (1985-1990). He has been an independent author writing in a variety of publications for over 30 years. He wrote for magazines such as ‘Yarin’ for four […]

‘The Gezi Spirit and Its Impacts: Recent Developments in Turkey’

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  Centre for Turkey Studies and SOAS Kurdish Society Joint Forum ‘The Gezi Spirit and Its Impacts: Recent Developments in Turkey’ 19th December 2013                                  School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London Speaker: Mr Ihsan Eliacik, thinker and author Co-chairs: Sara Whyatt, a consultant, specialising on freedom of expression in Turkey and Dr […]

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  New date Thursday, 19th December 2013 New room Room V111, SOAS Vernon Square Campus Please see below for further details. CEFTUS and SOAS Kurdish Society Joint Forum ‘The Gezi Spirit and Its Impacts: Recent Developments in Turkey’  The Centre for Turkey Studies (CEFTUS) with SOAS Kurdish Society is pleased to invite you to a Joint […]

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The Centre for Turkey studies receives donations from members and supporters as well sponsorship from businesses based in London for its activities. We are thankful for generous support so far provided by members and supporters of the Centre for Turkey Studies amongst the UK’s large Turkish, Kurdish and Turkish Cypriot communities.  We also organise fundraising […]

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There are over 350,000 Turkish, Kurdish and Turkish Cypriots living and working in the United Kingdom; their settlement in the UK took place in distinct phases since the 1950s. As with many immigrant communities, they represent diverse communities with different socio-economic status, religious backgrounds, regional origins, and various motives for migrating to the UK. It […]