Under the framework of the new Research Seminar Series co-organised by ETHNICGOODS and IBEI, on Tuesday, the 16th of May, a roundtable discussion about the possible consequences of the up-coming Turkish elections will take place at IBEI featuring an expert panel composed by:
Emre Amasyalı. Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the ERC project States, Nationalism, and the Relationship between Ethnic Diversity and Public Goods Provision (ETHNICGOODS) at IBEI.
Andrés Mourenza. Journalist, correspondent for El País in Turkey. His last book is “La democracia es un tranvía. El ascenso de Erdogan y la transformación de Turquía“.
Isık Özel. Associate professor of Political Science at the Department of Social Sciences at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), a member of the Carlos III-Juan March Institute (IC3JM) and the Co-director of the Master in Sustainable Development and Global Governance (MASUS) at UC3M.
Chair: Fulya Apaydın. Associate Professor and Master’s in International Development Co-coordinator at IBEI.
Don’t miss this opportunity to discuss what could be the most consequential elections of the republic’s history, having important implications for the future of democracy in the country as well as the Middle Eastern and beyond. More information here.