European Union Initiative
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Increasing Understanding of Turkey
The activity will consist of a series of media reports that will focus on understanding what is happening in Turkey in order to better understand how to move forward.
Media Support
Media support seeks to provide objective information of relevant issues in order to raise awareness, improve public education and elevate the developments in Turkey and Armenia.
Armenia Turkey Cinema Platform
Armenia Turkey Cinema Platform aims to encourage filmmakers from both countries as well as their Diasporas to come together, think and produce together.18 films were supported by the platform.
Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant
Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant was launched by the Hrant Dink Foundation in 2014 with a view to increase direct contacts and to promote cooperation between the peoples of Turkey and Armenia.
Economic Opportunity Analysis
The economic opportunity analysis will generate a comprehensive research paper exploring the new risks and opportunities for economic integration between Armenia and Turkey.
Exchange of Entrepreneurs
For the first time the Armenian startups, selected by PJC, will have the exceptional opportunity to take part in the Startup Istanbul Regional Forum to be held in Istanbul, on October 6-10.
Youth Bank
The activity will empower socially active young people from Armenia and Turkey to grow into multipliers and agents of change in matters relevant to the normalization between the two countries.
Yavas Gamats
hCa will organise a one-week YavasGamats Summer School, as a “Training of Trainers” program of workshops for up to 36 teachers, practitioners of education, 18 each from Armenia and from Turkey.
Meeting of Cities
Meeting of Cities is a cultural exchange and dialogue project between Bursa and Gyumri initiated in cooperation with Gallery 25 in Gyumri and Nilüfer Municipality.
Exchange of Art and Architecture Experts
The activity will promote the actual engagement of the Armenia-based architecture/art experts in the rehabilitation of Armenian cultural heritage in Turkey.
Supporting the Policy Process
Regional Studies Center plans to expand its effort in support of the “policy process,” through the formulation and presentation of formal and informal policy ideas, initiatives and recommendations.
Track 1.5 Diplomacy
The activity will promote partnerships among the participants on track 1.5 level supporting the process of Armenia-Turkey normalization while focusing on security and geo-political issues.
The trilingual website of the Program
Public Journalism Club will continue to manage the trilingual website of the Program, being responsible for its technical maintenance and the full administration of its content.
Turkey-Armenia Fellowship Scheme
The Fellowship Scheme seeks to establish professional ties, to produce platforms that will serve for long-term cooperation between Armenia and Turkey.
Empowering Youth
Regional Studies Center continues to support youth exchanges and offers youth training opportunities, while focusing on empowering youth by forging ties between civil society actors in both countries.
Agribusiness development
The activity will develop and nurture lasting partnerships between agricultural businesses, non-governmental organizations and other economic actors from Armenia and Turkey.
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Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant: Eleventh Round Results
Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant continues to increase direct contacts and to promote cooperation between the peoples of the two neighbouring countries.
During February – April 2017 application period, Turkey-Armenia Travel Grant received a total of 93 applications from both countries. We are delighted to announce that in this round, the Hrant Dink Foundation will be offering support in the form of a travel grant to a total of 50 individuals – 15 from Armenia, 35 from Turkey – for their visits to the neighbouring country with specific purpose and programme.
HAH Literary Translators Workshop in Dilijan
HAH literary translators workshop will take place in Armenia, Dilijan June 1-7, 2017. It will bring together Armenia-based translators of Turkish with distinguished professionals of literary translation (3 instructors) and a contemporary Turkish author Birgül Oğuz. The workshop is primarily focused on developing the skills of literary translators and generating the translation of novel-in-stories HAH into Eastern Armenian.
Peace is the only way

Ms. Arpine Aleksanyan and Ms. Sona Baloyan from Yerevan, from “Matenadaran” Mesrop Mashtots Institute of Ancient Manuscripts, were supported with the travel grant to visit Istanbul, Turkey for meetings with the Armenian Patriarchate, Armenian high schools, foundations and publishing houses to discuss possibilities of further collaboration on preserving the Armenian culture.

Armenia-Turkey Highlights
StartupIstanbul 2016 Brochure in English
Support to the Armenia-Turkey Normalisation Process is a programme implemented by a consortium of eight civil society organisations including Civilitas Foundation (CF), Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF), Public Journalism Club (PJC), Regional Studies Center (RSC) from Armenia; and Anadolu Kültür, the Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey (TEPAV), Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly (hCa), and Hrant Dink Foundation from Turkey.