CSO CLINIQUE IN COOPERATION WITH ARCAM (The Research Center on Asylum and Migration): MIGRATION - 8 MAY 2018

CSO Clinique, created by Center for International and European Studies, will organize daily trainings twice a month to support civil society. A support to the adaptation of civil society organizations to a rapidly developing and changing world is intended to be achieved. Therefore, NGO Clinique aims to provide the young people devoted to the civil society to equip with knowledge, to strengthen their skills and to provide more effective participation of civil society in decision-making process. The subjects of the training will focus on the current issues both in our country and in the world and also the main areas in which NGOs play an active role. [...]

The Refugee Conundrum

The Center for International and European Studies (CIES), held a discussion on the various dimensions of “The Refugee Conundrum" as well as a showing of a series of short documentaries about life in the refugee camps in Greece.   [...]

CSO CLINIQUE: TRAINING ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND AGENDA 2030 - 18 APRIL 2018

The Center for International and European Studies (CIES) at Kadir Has University has launched a project entitled “Striving for Good Governance: Civil Society Strengthening and Youth Empowerment” with the support of the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands under the Matra Program. Third CSO Clinique of the project held on Wednesday, 18 April on "Sustainable Development and Agenda 2030" at Kadir Has University's Research Centers Building. [...]

Talking Development: The Glocal Approach, Global Goals & Local Solutions - Partnerships for the goals (SDG 17)

The first thematic debate on SDG 17 (Partnerships for the goals) is slated to take place on 21 March 2018 at Kadir Has University’s Galata Hall between 13:30-15:30. It aims to bring together representatives from civil society, the private sector, and academia in a panel discussion to discuss why partnerships matter in order to implement the SDGs. The event is also designed to launch the SDG Multi-Stakeholder Platform that is meant to promote collaborative action among stakeholders from the private sector, academia, civil society, and the public sector in order to contribute to the agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals. [...]