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The Report "NGOs at the 2013-2015 Resolution Process" from the Peace Foundation PDF Print E-mail

The Peace Foundation has broken new ground. Report on the role of NGOs in the Resolution Process was released.

The report titled "Non-Governmental Organizations at the 2013-2015 Resolution Process", which we started in May 2017, has been completed. The report was prepared by CumaÇİÇEK. RehaRuhavioğlu and Veysi ALTINTAŞ conducted field research. Alev ERKİLET, Bekir AĞIRDIR and Etyen MAHÇUPYAN contributed as a consultant.

In the report, you can find an analysis of NGOs' works on peacebuilding and an analysis of their positions and capacities during the Resolution Process. At the same time, proposals for non-governmental organizations and political actors for the development of a new peace process are included in the report.

During the study, a total of 48 people were interviewed;45 representatives of NGOs, 11 of them in Ankara, 10 in Istanbul, 13 in Diyarbakir, 11 in Van, and 3 experts working on NGOs,1 in Diyarbakır, 2 in Istanbul.


In 4 days a new Newroz will be celebrated. The fire ofnewroz has been the symbol of hope, struggle and spring throughout history.

In the beginning of 2013, after the negotiations that took place in Imrali, Abdullah Öcalan’s letter was read in Newroz at Diyarbakir. His words; “today a new era is beginning. The period of armed struggle is ending, and the door is opening to democratic politics. Now the weapons must be silent, ideas and politics must talk”created vast hope, joy and excitement in the 80 million populated Turkey.

The wounds were just starting to heal in the peace process that was set off with huge risks.  In this two years nothing has been easy but the emergence of new wounds were hindered.  Today, the significance of this is clearer. The wounds that were starting to heal were exploited again. Turkey again became the country of deaths and Emergency rule.

Last Updated on Sunday, 19 March 2017 19:01
PRESS RELEASE: Democratic Political Scene Must Be Enhanced Armed Action Should Come toan End PDF Print E-mail

Turkey, by suppressing the 15th of July coup attempt, has left behind a massive catastrophe. The coup attempt has moved Turkey to a critical edge. In this historical bend, every actor gained increasing responsibility and duty.

After the coup attempt, some occurrences and the statutory decrees that emerged with the Emergency Law have created serious concern and anxiety within the public.

The reorganization of the state in the framework of fundamental human rights, the constitution, law and international agreements anda democratic executive will not solely remove the uneasiness on these topics but will also pave the way for the resolution of a range of problems, including primarily the Kurdish Question.

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 August 2016 22:33
The Peace Foundation has made its first Ordinary General Assembly, PDF Print E-mail

The founding members of the Peace Foundation has gathered  for the first Ordinary General Assembly, at Cezayir Meeting Hall

In the General Assembly chaired by our founding Hüsnü Ödül, clerkshiped by associate theologian FatmaAkdorukand Gülten Uçar the new members of the Board of Directors were chosen and the coming agenda was discussed.


Last Updated on Monday, 06 June 2016 22:42
The Resolution Repot is Announced April 1, 2016 PDF Print E-mail

Peace Foundation that has been leading its establishment activities for a long time launched its first study ‘The Peace Process from Dolmabahçe to Present-Day: Understanding Failure and Finding New Paths’ at Neva Palas Hotel, Ankara. The report was prepared by. Cuma Çiçek from Mardin Artuklu University and Vahap Coşkun from Dicle University.

Last Updated on Monday, 16 May 2016 21:33
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