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Benim Hikayem

WE TALKED ABOUT JOURNALISTS DAY AND THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA


On January 10, an event was organized at the Küçükçekmece Youth Development Center for Journalists Day. The event was carried out by Expertise France in collaboration with the International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation (IBC). Journalist Zeynel Lüle joined the event as a speaker.


Within the scope of the Qudra Program, the project is financed by the European Union and the Ministry for Development of Federal Economic Cooperation (BMZ). The event, which was organized under the project hosted by the Küçükçekmece Municipality, focused on journalism, the role of the media, the press and the past and the present.


Journalist Zeynel Lüle gave examples from more than 35 years of his professional life. He shared his views on the importance of media in our lives. A large number of Syrian and Turkish young people participated in the interview held in Küçükçekmece Municipality Youth Development Center. The event was actively held in the form of questions and answers. Zeynel Lüle is the IBC Corporate Communications representative. 



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