Greek-Turkish Young Leaders Symposium on Security - 12-15 December 2018

The Center for International and European Studies (CIES) is organizing the 4th Greek-Turkish Young Leaders Symposium (GTYLS) on Security. The Greek-Turkish Young Leaders Symposium (GTYLS) on Security will include the participation of 15 Greek and 15 Turkish International Relations specialists (MA students, PhD candidates, young PhD scholars, and professionals), aged 22-35 years old, and Greek and Turkish experts that will act as speakers and trainers on 12-15 December 2018 at Kadir Has University in Istanbul in partnership with the Thessaloniki-based Navarino Network and Conflictus and the support of Friedrich Naumann Stiftung, and  NATO Public Diplomacy Division. [...]

Rhodes Model Regional Co-operation 2018

The Center for European and International Studies (CIES) served as a partner to the 9th edition of RhodesMRC (Rhodes Model Regional Co-operation) which took place in Rhodes, Greece, on 10 – 14 October 2018. This was the 8th consecutive year that the CIES supports the Rhodes MRC as one of its Academic Partners while the CIES Director serves on its Academic Board. [...]

Announcing Turkey’s first Diplohack 2018! - 2-3 November 2018

Are you an Innovator, Hacker, Programmer, Designer, Social Entrepreneur, Engineer, Scientist, Diplomat, Civil Society activist, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) promoter or expert? Do you have brilliant ideas and/or expertise in SDGs? Or do you have skills like web or mobile development, design, mapping, data analysis, research? Join us on 2-3 November 2018 in Istanbul and apply your social or tech skills to co-innovate, reshape and transform SDGs for the better! [...]

Civil Society in EU-Turkey Relations

The Center for International and European Studies (CIES) at Kadir Has University and the Corporate Social Responsibility Association of Turkey (CSR Turkey) are happy to announce the launch a new initiative in the form of a discussion series under the general heading of “Civil Society in EU-Turkey Relations”. [...]