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ENC In-Depth Podcast: Access To Funding I

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ENC In-Depth Podcast: Access To Funding I

This ENC In-Depth podcast is the third in a series of discussions which are part of the Beyond Erasmus Programme. The project is supported by Friedrich Naumann Foundation in Turkey and aims at promoting student mobility beyond the Erasmus+ framework, youth exchanges, internships, training courses, networking, access to funding for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and free market entrepreneurship and Civil Society Organizations (SCO), among other things.

The third discussion sheds light on the code of conduct for fundraising opportunities and examines existing EU – Turkey programmes such as COSME or Creative Europe and analyzes a number of key fundraising sources such as Government entities, major individual donors and annual campaigns among others.

The discussion was co-moderated by Gülçin Sinav, Program Director at the Friedrich Naumann Foundation in Turkey and Andreas Marazis, ENC Head of Research for Eastern Europe & Central Asia. It features the comments and insights of Emre Gür, Key Expert at EU Think Civil/Sivil Düşün Programme and CIFE representative in Turkey and Medeni Sungur, Founder of Kuest Media.

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ENC In-Depth Podcast – CV Writing and Interview Skills

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ENC In-Depth Podcast – CV Writing and Interview Skills

This ENC In-Depth podcast is the second in a series of discussions which are part of the Beyond Erasmus Programme. The project is supported by Friedrich Naumann Foundation in Turkey and focuses on education exchanges, civil society and employment opportunities for youth in the EU and Turkey.

The second session is dedicated to provide insights on CV writing, interview skills and personal brand building. The discussion revolves around tips and tricks on how to build a competitive CV that stands out, and how to promote yourself through storytelling exercises and much more.

The discussion was moderated by Andreas Marazis, ENC Head of Research for Eastern Europe & Central Asia, and features the comments and insights of Julie Vandermeulen, Head of Storytelling at Rise and Founder of Clarity Kit and Sven Gerst, PhD Student in Political Philosophy at the Department of Political Economy at King’s College London.

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ENC In-Depth Podcast – After University: What now?

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ENC In-Depth Podcast – After University: What now?

This ENC In-Depth podcast is the first in a series of discussions which are part of the Beyond Erasmus Programme. The project is supported by Friedrich Naumann Foundation in Turkey and focuses on education exchanges, civil society and employment opportunities for youth in the EU and Turkey.

The first session is dedicated to answering the question “After University: what now?” and aims to share experiences and stories about what it is like to work in different professions both in the EU and Turkey. The conversation focuses on employment opportunities and careers in civil society and journalism.

The discussion was moderated by Andreas Marazis, ENC Head of Research for Eastern Europe & Central Asia, and features the comments and insights of Ece Kocak, Communication Officer at the Truth Justice Memory Center, and Jack Parrock, Journalist Correspondent for Deutsche Welle.

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ENC In-Depth Podcast: Mapping Russia’s Influence in the Kyrgyz Republic

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ENC In-Depth Podcast: Mapping Russia’s Influence in the Kyrgyz Republic

This ENC In-Depth podcast is dedicated to the recently published ENC Analysis: “Mapping Russia’s Influence in the Kyrgyz Republic”. In this paper, Dr. Aijan Sharshenova maps how Russia intentionally and unintentionally influences Kyrgyz politics, economy, society and culture, and explores what challenges this influence might pose for Kyrgyz government, if it is left unchecked and unaddressed.

The debate is part of the ENC in-depth podcast discussions with experts and academics assessing the developments in Central Asia in the fields of Security, Foreign Policy, Economy, Democracy and Education.

The discussion was moderated by Andreas Marazis, ENC Head of Research for Eastern Europe & Central Asia, and features the comments and insights of Dr. Aijan Sharshenova, Associate Research Fellow at the OSCE Academy in Bishkek.

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These are the opinions of the discussants, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the OSCE Academy in Bishkek

ENC In-Depth Podcast – After University: What now?

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ENC In-Depth Podcast- After University: What now?

This ENC In-Depth podcast is the first in a series of discussions which are part of the Beyond Erasmus Program. The project focuses on education exchanges, civil society and employment opportunities for youth in the EU and Turkey.

The first session is dedicated to answering the question “After University: what now?” and aims to share experiences and stories about what it is like to work in different professions both in the EU and Turkey. The conversation focuses on employment opportunities and careers in civil society and journalism.

The discussion was moderated by Andreas Marazis, ENC Head of Research for Eastern Europe & Central Asia, and features the comments and insights of Ece Kocak, Communication Officer at the Truth Justice Memory Center, and Jack Parrock, Journalist Correspondent for Deutsche Welle.

 

ENC In-Depth podcast: Emerging Forms of Islamic Civil Society in Central Asia

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The two-part ENC In-Depth podcast is part of a Regional Policy Dialogue implemented in cooperation with the Oxus Society for Central Asian Affairs and the Hollings Center for International Dialogue. Both in-depth discussions are dedicated to the recently published report on Emerging Forms of Islamic Civil Society in Central Asia.

The discussions circle around the definition, forms and roles of Islamic Civil Society, and their emergence in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan in the post-Soviet era, within the context of different value systems including state secularism, local authorities and Western-backed civil society, by taking the period of Covid-19 pandemic and it’s results into consideration.

The first introductory podcast features the comments and insights of Dr. Emil Nasritdinov, Associate professor of anthropology (American University of Central Asia), Dr. Sebastien Peyrouse, research professor at the Central Asia Program (Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian studies in George Washington University) and Dr. Zamira Dildorbekova, Programme Leader at the Department of Graduate Studies in the Institute of Ismaili Studies. During the podcast we defined what is Islamic Civil Society and focused on their role in society, how widespread these organisations are in the region, the different categories, how they actually operate.

In the second part Noah Tucker, Programme Associate at the Elliott School of International Relations (Central Asia Programme, George Washington University) and a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, along with Dr. David Montgomery, Associate Research Professor in the Department of Government and Politics (Center for International Development and Conflict Management at the University of Maryland College Park) and Dr. Rano Turaeva, Lecturer at Ludwig Maximillian University and Associate researcher at Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Germany delved more into how Islamic Civil Society is perceived in the region, the impact of COVID-19, and what opportunities are there for dialogue and cooperation between different forms of CSOs in Central Asia.

Both in-depth podcasts were hosted and moderated by Andreas Marazis, ENC Head of Research for Eastern Europe & Central Asia.

You can listen to both parts of our in-depth podcast here:

ENC In-Depth podcast: Social Inclusion through Media and CSOs in Central Asia

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This ENC In-Depth podcast is dedicated to Social Inclusion through Media and CSOs in Central Asia and is the first of a series of three podcasts which are part of the EUCAM writing and outreach online course, supported by the Open Society Foundations and the European Endowment for Democracy.

The discussion revolves around the role of independent media and civil society in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan and how increased cooperation among them can benefit vulnerable communities in the region.

The discussion was moderated by Andreas Marazis, ENC Head of Research for Eastern Europe & Central Asia, and features the comments and insights of three civil society representatives from Central Asia, Assel Kurmantayeva, Development Manager at Innovation for Change Central Asia Hub, Erkinbek Kamalov, journalist & Programme Coordinator at Content-Media and Naima Kimatshoeva, Resource Mobilization Analyst at Aga Khan Agency for Habitat.

You can listen the in-depth interview here:

https://soundcloud.com/enc/enc-in-depth-podcast-social-inclusion-through-media-and-csos-in-central-asia

ENC In-Depth podcast: Deciphering Disinformation and Fact-checking Methods

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This ENC In-Depth podcast is the third of a series of discussion which are part of the Future of Europe and Turkey Through Education Online Learning Initiative for Youth in Turkey. A project supported by Friedrich Naumann Foundation in Turkey and the Delegation of the European Union in Turkey. The third podcast is dedicated to deciphering disinformation and fact-checking methods.

The discussion was moderated by Andreas Marazis, ENC Head of Research for Eastern Europe and Central Asia, and features the comments and insights of  Emre Saklica, Editor at teyit.org.

ENC In-Depth podcast: Understanding how GDPR works

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The in-depth discussion is the fourth and last of a series of podcasts which are part of the Future of Europe and Turkey through Education Online Learning Initiative for Youth in Turkey. A project supported by Friedrich Naumann Foundation in Turkey and the Delegation of the European Union in Turkey. The final podcast is dedicated to understanding how GDPR works.

The discussion was moderated by Andreas Marazis, ENC Head of Research for Eastern Europe and Central Asia, and features the comments and insights of  Dr. Dariusz Kloza, Researcher and founding member of the Brussels Laboratory for Data Protection & Privacy Impact Assessments at VUB and Dr. Mihalis Kritikos, Policy Analyst/Legal Advisor at the Scientific Foresight Unit (STOA) of the European Parliament Research Service (EPRS).

Both speakers also provided a list of resources to better understand GDPR-related issues available in the PDF below:

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List of resources – Understanding how GDPR works