European Union Initiative
Partners Project
Turkey-Armenia Fellowship Scheme
The Fellowship Scheme seeks to establish professional ties, to produce platforms that will serve for long-term cooperation between Armenia and Turkey.

Turkey-Armenia Fellowship Scheme was launched by the Hrant Dink Foundation in 2014 with a view to promote cross-border affiliation and cooperation of professionals from the two neighbouring countries.   In 2014-2015, the Foundation supported 18 fellows for their activities at various host organisations in the neighbouring country.

In 2016-2017 the Fellowship Scheme will continue to offer 18 professionals from Armenia and Turkey the opportunity to live and follow a programme at a specific host organisation in the neighbouring country for 4 to 8 months within the framework of the programme Support to the Armenia- Turkey Normalisation Process financed by the European Union. 

The Fellowship Scheme seeks to establish and sustain professional ties, to produce tools, mechanisms and platforms that will serve for long-term cooperation between Armenia and Turkey. In essence, it aims to enable cross-border learning opportunities in areas where further mutual expertise and cooperation is needed, such as - and not limited to - academia, civil society, media, culture and arts, translation and interpreting, language-learning, law, medicine, technology, economics.


For further details and questions, you can contact the project coordinators Zeynep Sungur, Armenuhi Nikoghosyan and Anna Yeghoyan at

Event Calendar
On September 13, 2018, Urban Foundation for Sustainable Development (UFSD) hosted a workshop on “Exchange of Best Practices in Plastic Waste Management between Armenia- and Turkey-based CSOs and Practitioners.” Armenian and Turkish partners organize Plastic Waste Management workshop in Yerevan
Exchange of Painters: September 1, 2014
press conference
kick off
Yerevan tour
Yerevan tour
Armenia-Turkey Highlights