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Are you interested in discussing the theory, experience, and achievements of gender studies from a green policy perspective? Join a team of 20 enthusiastic participants in the first of seven seminars on this topic, culminating in an international conference to take place in October!

About the Event:

GEF together with the Green Thought Association is launching a year-long project on gender equality and green politics. Selected participants will participate in monthly expert and activist workshops, building knowledge and creating video content on selected topics for wider dissemination.

The first workshop will be held on March 8th and will consist of a one-day seminar led by Dr. Nil Mutluer. The topic is: “Gender, Construction of Sexuality, and the Feminist and LGBTI+ Movement in the World and Turkey.”

Workshops are open to selected applicants only and will be held in Turkish, but will culminate in a larger conference in October that includes the participation of international speakers as well. The project is part of the Gender Equality for Green Politics project, organised in partnership with Green Thought Association.


The first seminar is led by Dr. Nil Mutluer. She is the Einstein Foundation Senior Scholar in the Diversity and Social Conflict Department at the Humboldt University of Berlin, and has published extensively in the areas of diversity (gender, ethnic and religious), nationalism, migration, memory studies and Turkish politics.


Participation in this seminar is free and open to selected applicants. It is open to trans and cis women. Participants must commit to contribute regularly and actively in all of the workshops as well the preparation for the conference in October.

Apply here by 27th February.


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