Armenian Architects of Istanbul in the Era of Westernization
Hrant Dink Foundation Publications has released a book on the contributions of the Armenian architects in the shaping of Istanbul in the 19th and the early 20th century. The virtual exhibition can be visited at www.archmuseum.org.
Hrant Dink Foundation Publications - December 2010
The manual, developed by the European Stability Initiative with the support of the EPF and USAID, contains information and contacts on both Turkey and Armenia to introduce key people and institutions to journalists and NGOs from Armenia and Turkey that want to write about or advocate their issues in the neighbouring country.
Habap Fountains: The Story of a Restoration
Armenian, Kurdish and Turkish people work together to renovate two destroyed fountains which were built by local Armenian people hundreds of years ago in a village of Eastern Anatolia. The film follows the story of Fethiye Çetin, an acclaimed lawyer and author, who tells the story of her Armenian grandmother, born in the same village, in her famous book My Grandmother. This project and the renovation of these fountains are regarded as a milestone in the issue of "facing past" in Turkey's current political conjuncture.
Directed by Dilek Aydın - Produced by Hrant Dink Foundation - November 2012
Armenian Voices of İstanbul
The essays compiled in this book are based on oral history research among the Armenians of Istanbul. The narratives are summarized in six essays that reflect on different aspects of Istanbul Armenians' life. We hope that the publication will increase awareness about Istanbul Armenians both in Armenian and Turkish societies and will encourage further dialogue between the two countries.
dvv international - 2011
Armenia-Turkey: Youth Bank as a space for Dialogue
Implemented by the Eurasia Partnership Foundation in partnership with the Toplum Gönüllüleri Vakfı within the framework of the Support to Armenia-Turkey Rapprochement Project Funded by USAID, 2012
Building a Young Constituency for Peace Across the South Caucasus and Turkey Report
On March 1, 2012, Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) began implementation of the Building a Young Constituency for
Peace across the South Caucasus and Turkey project to contribute to peace and stability in the South Caucasus and Turkey by creating an environment of respect among young people and civil society groups across borders.
YavaşGamats Summer School - 2005 Journals
Gamats Gamats – Yavaş Yavaş International Summer School held by Helsinki Citizens’ Assembly – Turkey was organised in in August 2005, in Antakya, Turkey. 24 university students from Turkey and Armenia came together in thematic lectures, workshops, group work and produced seven pieces of daily journals.