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10:00 am - 5:15 pm

We continue to share the experience and the collective memory of green movements from Turkey and beyond. We aim to monitor and advocate for the protection of the rights of nature, and hope to ensure a new and powerful discourse within the movement.


With the support of GTA, GEF is organising a capacity building training for those who are eager to deepen the knowledge on the theoretical background of ecocide, campaigning and activism. With this training, you will be introduced to campaign organization and communication strategies along with relevant theoretical discussions. The capacity building training will culminate with a panel discussion including examples of local movements. 


10:00-10:30 Opening and brief introduction
10:30-12:30 Serkan Köybaşı (Greens, Bahçeşehir University) – theoretical framework Q&A – group work 
12:30-13:15 Lunch
13:15-14:45 İrem İnceoğlu (Head of Communications Kadir Has University) – On the campaign and communication
14:45-15:15 Break
15:15-17:15 Panel Session 


Moderation: İrem İnceoğlu

  •   Süheyla Doğan
  •   Kazdagi Natural and Cultural Heritage Conservation Association / Ecology Association
  •   Defne Koryürek 
  •   Deniz Gumusel 
  •   Akbelen Struggle Activist / Right to Clean Air Platform Coordinator
  •   Zeynep İlhan
  •   Kazdagi Natural and Cultural Heritage Preservation Association : Akçay wetland struggle


Date: 24th December, Saturday

Location: Cezayir Meeting Hall, Hayriye Caddesi 12, Galatasaray, Beyoglu, 34425 Istanbul

Language: this event will be in Turkish language

Registration: Please register in advance: https://forms.gle/g2Cum1E2Ya7t5R7WA

This event is organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of Green Thought Association and with the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation.


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