Kilis Bizim Dergi
Benim Hikayem

WE WERE TOGETHER WITH YOUTH ON 19 MAY


Within the framework of May 19 Atatürk Commemoration, Youth and Sports Day and Youth Week activities, a discussions were held about The Meanings of May 19, Contemporary Youth Problems and Suggestions for Solutions “ organized by International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation. The discussions were held in Kilis. Faculty Member Dr. Yunus Emre Tansu who is GAUN Director of Research and Application Center of Atatürk's Principles and History of Turkish Revolution and, Esra Çıkmaz who is GAUN Social Responsibility Project Coordinator.

Faculty Member Dr. Esra Çıkmaz shared her views on fundamental problems and possible solutions of the youth in Turkey in which arising from media and social media. Çıkmaz states that young people spend time on social media, of course, but our advice to them is that let's stay connected, learn, but not get addicted. She also highlighted that they continue ther work on youth issues with the contributions of Prof. Dr. Ali Gür who is Rector of Gaziantep University.



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