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IBC AT CIVIL VOICES FEST


Civil Voices Fest was held in Istanbul between the dates of September 20 to 21 at Uniq Hall with the support of The European Union Delegation to Turkey and the Civil Society Development Center (CSDC).

215 NGOs from all over Turkey participated the fest and the booth of the International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation (IBC) was the place that attracted most of  people there.

Handicraft products by beneficiaries of IBC Kilis Community Center, were in the spotlight during the festival. The participants were informed about the projects that  International Blue Crescent Foundation has developed and designed for the upcoming years.



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