The Fellowship Scheme will offer 18 professionals from Armenia and Turkey the opportunity to live and follow a special programme at a specific Host Organisation in the neighbouring country for 4 to 8 months. Individuals who proposed their own project ideas, other than the fellowship opportunities offered by the listed Host Organisations will also develop their project in the neighboring country.
The Fellowship Scheme aims to enable cross-border learning opportunities in areas where further exchange of expertise and lasting cooperation is much needed, such as academia, civil society, media, culture and arts, translation and interpreting/language-learning and law.
63 organisations from Turkey, 25 from Armenia offered fellowship programs for the Turkey-Armenia Fellowship Scheme. The Fellowship Scheme, which started accepting applications in June 2014, received 36 applications from Turkey, 55 from Armenia.
As stated in the Turkey-Armenia Fellowship Scheme Regulation with regard to the selection process, the applications have been redirected to Host Organizations and to the independent Selection Committee. Fellows, who have been chosen in line with the selection criteria and priorities outlined in the Regulation, are declared. During the period between October 2014 and May 2015, 18 professionals from both countries will arrive in the neighboring country and begin their programs.
We are delighted to announce that the Hrant Dink Foundation will be offering support to the fellows of the Turkey-Armenia Fellowship Scheme in the neighboring country to promote cross-border affiliation and cooperation.
|Anna Muradyan||YUVA Association|
|Sona Dilanyan||Boğaziçi University Peace Education, Application and Research Centre|
|Ruzanna Baghdasaryan||Anadolu Kültür|
|Astghik Igityan||CNN Türk|
|Daniel Khachatryan||Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation|
|Sona Mnatsakanyan||Kadir Has University Lifelong Education Centre|
|Seda Shekoyan||Istanbul Museum of Modern Art|
|Hayarpi Hovhannisyan||Yıldız Technical University Art & Design Faculty|
|Marianna Hovhannisyan||SALT Research|
|Sofya Manukyan||Istanbul Bilgi University Human Rights Law Research Centre|
|Haroiut Marachlian||Istanbul Şehir University Center for Modern Turkish Studies|
|Gaye Coşar||Civilitas Foundation|
|Suzan Rozita Meryem Al Jadeeh||Gallery 25|
|Candan Badem||Institute of Oriental Studies|
|Nil Delahaye||Women's Resource Center|
|Meltem Naz Kaşo||PINK Armenia|
|Emine Onaran İncirlioğlu||Caucasus Research Resource Center|
During their program, Turkey-Armenia Fellowship Scheme fellows’ experiences, stories and photographs in the neighbouring country will be shared with public through the website of the Beyond Borders Turkey-Armenia - www.armtr-beyondborders.org.
Turkey-Armenia Fellowship Scheme Selection Committee
Talk show with Aron Aji, Director of MFA in Literary Translation Program at the University of Iowa (USA) and the president of the American Literary Translators Association (ALTA). The talk is about literary translation, creativity of translation and its peculiarities, as well as Armenia-Turkey joint literary translation initiatives.