Crossing the digital divide or stuck at the border?

by Filiz Bikmen (Editor’s note: Turkish Philanthropy Funds partners with Global Giving to help Turkish NGOs tap online fundraising networks. In her guest blog post for TPF, Filiz Bikmen discusses the opportunities and challenges of using online giving platforms in Turkey. Filiz Bikmen’s post has been cross-posted at Alliance Magazine.) I commend globalgiving and other…

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Gender Equality as Smart Economics: Solving the Turkish Dilemma

By Asli Gurkan Robert B. Zoellick, the president of the World Bank, was in Turkey last week. During his four-day visit on July 19-22, Zoellick praised Turkey’s economic progress with caution. On top of his agenda was the need to increase female participation in the Turkish workforce. It wasn’t a coincidence that Zoellick commended Turkey’s…

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UN Report Praises Turkey’s Women Movement

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TPF Founders Receive Global Citizenship Award from Turkish American Business Forum

Turkish Philanthropy Funds Founding CEO and President Ozlenen Eser Kalav and Founding Chairman Haldun Tashman were honored with the Global Citizenship Award at the 9th Annual Turkish American Business Forum Gala on May 19, 2011. The Global Citizenship Award recognizes individuals for their global perspective, commitment and contributions to education and philanthropy. Haldun Tashman and…

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Landmines Are Not an Issue of Security but Rather an Issue of Human Rights

By Ozlem Ozturk Toplumsal Duyarlilik Dernegi (Association for Social Awareness) Children don’t play soccer or tag in southeastern Turkey. They wish they did. But the several thousands of landmines that are scattered across over 3,000 villages won’t allow them. According to the Turkish-based Human Rights Association, and Association for Social Awareness (ASA), the regions of…

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