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Human Rights Monitoring Workshop to be held in Ankara in June

The Rights Project, which aims to connect university students aged 18-25 on the basis of equality and zero discrimination, will organize a “Human Rights Monitoring Workshop” in Ankara on June 8-9, 2024. In the workshop, human rights violations and discrimination against young people will be discussed and young people will develop suggestions that will inspire social change.

The project budget will cover accommodation, three meals, intercity travel expenses for those who will attend from outside Ankara, and lunch, tea, coffee and snacks for those who will attend from Ankara.

Application Conditions

  • To be a university student in the 18-25 age group
  • Residing in Ankara, Diyarbakır, Hatay, İstanbul, İzmir, Mardin, Mersin and Samsun or being a university student in these cities.

Click here for detailed information and application. 

Application deadline: Monday, May 13, 13.30

For contact: Tansu Pişkin- Rights Project - Advocacy Specialist - [email protected]

About the Rights Project

The project “Empowering University Youth to Promote Human Rights of Young People from Vulnerable Groups”, short name “Rights Project”, aims to empower university students to prevent discrimination and human rights violations against young people from vulnerable groups under the European Union's European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) program.

The project, implemented by the Youth Services Center Association (GSM), Mardin Joint Women's Cooperation Association (MOKİD) and Uğur Mumcu Investigative Journalism Foundation (um:ag), aims to connect university students aged 18-25 on the basis of equality and zero discrimination through online and face-to-face activities.

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