Kilis Bizim Dergi
Benim Hikayem

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY ACTIVITY


The international Blue Crescent foundation in collaboration with Gaziantep University and within the context of the Bridge project, which is supported by IOM (International Organization for Migration), is organizing an activity on International Women’s Day.

Everyone is invited to attend the awareness session given by Dr. Esra Çıkmaz from  the Public  Administraton Department of Gaziantep University.

This event is for free and simultaneously translated to Arabic.

Dr. Esra ÇIKMAZ, who has studies related to Women and social roles, is an active member of the education committee in Public Relations department of Gaziantep University.

Topics of Activity:

  • Women from past to Present
  • Women in Turkey
  • Women rights and social roles

Place/ date: the event will be held in the conference hall at Gaziantep University on 08/03/2019 – Friday 12:30-14:00 O’clock

For more information you could contact us on Mob: 0539 785 95 69



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