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E/2021/79 21-11237 2/3 Annex to the letter dated 4 August 2021 from the Chargé d’affaires a.i. of the Mission of Turkey to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General I am writing in response to the Second Voluntary National Review: Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) published by the Greek Cypriot administration of Southern Cyprus, presented on 15 July 2021 during the ministerial segment of the high-level political forum on sustainable development convened under the auspices of the Economic and Social Council, and would like to draw your kind attention to the following pertinent facts and considerations of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. At the outset, I wish to emphasize that the Greek Cypriot administration, which purports to be the “Government of the Republic of Cyprus”, has no legal or moral right to represent or act on behalf of the Turkish Cypriot people and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Therefore, the information and activities presented in the review do not reflect the situation in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and do not represent the views and the works of the Turkish Cypriot people. (...) In the face of such atrocities against Turkish Cypriots, Turkey intervened on the island in accordance with its rights and obligations under the 1960 Treaty of Guarantee following the Greek/Greek Cypriot coup d’état in 1974. I therefore would like to highlight that the Turkish military presence on the island is a vital security requirement and a demand of the Turkish Cypriot people as E/2021/79 3/3 21-11237 it serves as a deterrent against the recurrence of Greek/Greek Cypriot aggression and violence on the island.
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Score: 1119457.7 - https://www.un.org/ecosoc/site...s/documents/2021/e202179_0.pdf
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As stated by the Applicant, she is an affiliate of a Turkish organization that is a member of the Steering Committee of the Women International Democratic Federation (“WIDF”). (...) In the present case, while Syria is in the midst of a publicised armed conflict, it is established that the Applicant, a Turkish national employed as the Senior Secretary to the UNHCR Representative in Turkey, dealing mainly with senior officials of the Turkish Government, was photographed with the Syrian President presenting him voluntarily with a flag reading “do not yield”, and that photograph was published in the Turkish media and posted on Facebook. (...) During that meeting, she handed a flag with the words “Do not yield” in Turkish to the Syrian President. A picture of that encounter was taken and published in a Turkish online newspaper, with the name of the Applicant printed next to the picture, although her affiliation with UNHCR was not mentioned.
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Score: 1117722.95 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2015-008.pdf
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.: Gazi University, Institute of Social Sciences Foreign Languages : English, Russian, German Career Achievements and Posts: 15.12.1987 – 02.05.1988 Attaché at the Directorate of Gulf and Islamic Countries, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 02.05.1988 – 29.09.1991 Attaché at the Directorate of America-Pacific, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 29.09.1991 – 31.08.1994 Second Secretary at the Permenant Mission of Turkey to the UN Vienna Office 31.08.1994 – 01.10.1996 Second Secretary, First Secretary at the Turkish Embassy in Tashkent 01.10.1996 – 31.07.1997 Consul, Consulate General in Mezar-ı Sherif, Afghanistan 31.07.1997 – 30.09.1999 First Secretary at the Personnel Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 30.09.1999 – 15.10.2003 First Secretary, Counsellor at the Permanent Mission of Turkey to the United Nations, New York 15.10.2003 – 01.12.2006 Chief of Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign Affairs 01.12.2006 – 30.11.2011 Turkish Consul General in New York 01.12.2011 – 30.12.2013 Turkish Ambassador in Ukraine 01.01.2014 – Director General for Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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Score: 1032156.1 - https://www.un.org/development...2018_gcm_ambassador_samsar.pdf
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“Training of Trainers on Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language” started in Ankara “Training of Trainers on Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language” has been started in Ankara in cooperation with ILO Office for Turkey and Yunus Emre Institute towards trainers who teach Turkish in major Syrian refugee hosting provinces. News | 25 September 2017 87 trainers teaching Turkish to Syrians at Public Education Centers in Adana, Mersin and Sanliurfa participate in the training program, organized in Ankara between 25 and 29 September 2017. (...) The participants were informed on the content of the program that was specifically designed for the trainers that actively work in the field, and the Yunus Emre Institute’s activities related to teaching Turkish as a foreign language. Theoretical and practical training are planned to be delivered by training specialists and academicians on the following topics: New Approaches to Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language and Common European Framework of Recommendations for Languages The First Class and Intra-class Relations in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Teaching Grammar in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Conveyance of Cultural Elements while Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Assessment and Evaluation in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Use of Technology in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Use of the Drama Techniques in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Teaching Vocabulary in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Application Examples in Teaching Turkish to Children as a Foreign Language Improving Listening Skills and Classroom Activities in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Improving Reading Skills in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language and Workshop Study on Material Development for Classroom Activities Improving Speaking Skills and Classroom Activities in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Improving Writing Skills and Classroom Activities in Teaching T Tags: education and training, education, vocational training, International Labour Organization Regions and countries covered: Europe, Türkiye Tools This content is available in Türkçe A A+ A++ Print Share this content in © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 1030254.3 - https://www.ilo.org/ankara/new...WCMS_577614/lang--en/index.htm
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“Training of Trainers on Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language” started in Ankara “Training of Trainers on Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language” has been started in Ankara in cooperation with ILO Office for Turkey and Yunus Emre Institute towards trainers who teach Turkish in major Syrian refugee hosting provinces. News | 25 September 2017 87 trainers teaching Turkish to Syrians at Public Education Centers in Adana, Mersin and Sanliurfa participate in the training program, organized in Ankara between 25 and 29 September 2017. (...) The participants were informed on the content of the program that was specifically designed for the trainers that actively work in the field, and the Yunus Emre Institute’s activities related to teaching Turkish as a foreign language. Theoretical and practical training are planned to be delivered by training specialists and academicians on the following topics: New Approaches to Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language and Common European Framework of Recommendations for Languages The First Class and Intra-class Relations in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Teaching Grammar in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Conveyance of Cultural Elements while Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Assessment and Evaluation in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Use of Technology in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Use of the Drama Techniques in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Teaching Vocabulary in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Application Examples in Teaching Turkish to Children as a Foreign Language Improving Listening Skills and Classroom Activities in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Improving Reading Skills in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language and Workshop Study on Material Development for Classroom Activities Improving Speaking Skills and Classroom Activities in Teaching Turkish as a Foreign Language Improving Writing Skills and Classroom Activities in Teaching T Tags: education and training, education, vocational training, International Labour Organization Regions and countries covered: Europe, Türkiye Tools This content is available in Türkçe A A+ A++ Print Share this content in © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 1030254.3 - www.ilo.org/ankara/news...WCMS_577614/lang--en/index.htm
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In the context, the Turkish Education Law No. 2547 allows the Turkish government to exercise control over Turkish universities, preventing its functional and administrative independence, and despite some articles of this law give independence to some members of the academic system in Turkey, it remains, however, an ineffective right due to the Turkish government's policies that constantly targets academic institutions and its members. [14: An Overview of Academic Freedom in Turkey: Re-Thinking Theory and Praxis. (...) [footnoteRef:28] [27: Turkish scholar Ayşe Gül Altınay faces prison for supporting peace petition. (...) [footnoteRef:33] [33: An Overview of Academic Freedom in Turkey: Re-Thinking Theory and Praxis مرجع سابق ذكره ] And based on the above policies, statements and legal frameworks that are inadequate to guarantee academic freedom in Turkey, Maat for Peace, Development and Human Rights recommends the following: - · The Turkish legislative institutions need to amend Article 30 of the Turkish constitution to include an explanation of activities that may affect the national security of the Turkish nation, or develop a law explaining the kind of activities that members of the Turkish academic community may undertake to jeopardize national security. · Turkish legislative institutions need to amend Article 42 of the Turkish constitution to provide for ensuring the right of all minorities to know and receive education in their mother tongue instead of prohibiting education in languages ​​different from the Turkish language, so that the Turkish government does not intervene to impose certain policies. · Turkish legislative institutions need to put in place a special law to protect academics inside Turkey. · The Turkish government must stop targeting the members of the opposition academic group, especially the Academics for Peace group, without interfering to break up demonstrations inside the Turkish Universities. · The Turkish judicial authorities need to respond to the decision of the Turkish Constitutional Court issued against the right to attack fundamental freedoms of academics, the release of detainees from them and the speedy investigation of other cases. · The executive authorities must stop issuing insulting statements regarding the academics and describe them with treason simply because they oppose the Turkish government policies, because this creates a stereotypical image about them in Turkish society that affects their fundamental rights.
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Score: 1028807.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ion/Submissions/NGOs/MAAT.docx
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Score: 1020328.5 - https://www.undp.org/turkiye/p...-were-impacted-covid-19-crisis
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Le Directeur général National IFAP Committee Turkey Created on: 05 July 2002 Chairperson: Deniz Bayrakdar Turkish National Commission For UNESCO (President of Communication Specialized Committee) / Kadir Has University Other Members: Hilmi BENG Turkish National Commission For UNESCO (Vice President of Communication Specialized Committee) / Tobb University of Economics and Technology Vice-Chair Alperen TOSUN Turkish National Commission For UNESCO Öğr. Üyesi Özlem AVCI Turkish National Commission For UNESCO (Member of Communication Specialized Committee) / Usak University Berna KÜREKÇİ ŞENDİR Turkish National Commission For UNESCO (Member of Communication Specialized Committee) / Turkish Radio and Television (TRT) Turkish Radio and Television Corporation Mehmet Murat ERDOĞAN Turkish National Commission For UNESCO (Member of Communication Specialized Committee) / TurkishGerman University Selçuk YAVUZKANAT Turkish National Commission For UNESCO (Member of Communication Specialized Committee) / Republic Of Turkey Ministry Of Culture and Tourism Çağatay ÖZDEMİR Turkish National Commission For UNESCO (Member of Communication Specialized Secretary -2- Committee) / Presidency of The Republic of Turkey Directorate of Communications Activities:
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Score: 1019331.4 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...tional_committee_turkey_en.pdf
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Score: 1018075.5 - https://www.undp.org/tr/turkiy...d-19-krizinden-nasil-etkilendi
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ILO_INFO_TR copy Who participates in the Turkish labour market? Out of 2 million Syrians at working age, 930,000 were part of the labour force. 813,000 were employed (including 130,000 self-employed). (...) Syrians are more likely than informally employed Turkish workers to work in companies with 10 or more employees. (...) Impact of informality What about their working conditions? SYRIANS IN THE TURKISH LABOUR MARKET Other manufacturing 17.1 Unemployment rate, 15+ population (in percentage) NEET (not in employment, education or training) rate, 15-24 years old (in percentage) Labour force participation rate (in percentage) 13.4 Construction 13.2 Agriculture 7.8 Garment 31.1 Provinces (percentage of Syrian workers by sub-province*) Gaziantep 7% Rest of Turkey Less than 10 Employees 14% Bursa 9% Istanbul 46% <10 10 or more Employees>10 50 40 30 20 10 0 0-45 HOURS 46-59 HOURS 60-69 HOURS 70-99 HOURS Syrian 24.1% Turkish 46.5% Syrian 42.0% Turkish 33.4% Syrian 24.1% Turkish 11.6% Syrian 9.8% Turkish 8.5% 13.23 10.91 72.5 33.9 79.4 Turkish women Turkish Turkish men Syrian women Syrian men Syrian Turkish women Turkish men Syrian women Syrian men 12.6 30.7 82.8 19.6 Trade and hospitality 17.7 Other 13.1% % % % % % 56.2% Syrian workers More than 97% of Syrian workers are estimated to work informally (according to the Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Services 20,967 work permits were issued to Syrians in 2017).
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Score: 1016450 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_738618.pdf
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