FETÖ Terör Örgütü Paneline Davet- 16 Temmuz, Salı- Saat 17.00-19.00

~~15 Temmuz Anma Etkinlikleri çerçevesinde, 16 Temmuz Salı günü saat 17:00-19:00 arasında, Brüksel’deki Press Club’da SETA ile işbirliği içerisinde ve Türkiye’den gazeteci/akademisyenlerin katılımıyla “Darbe Girişiminin 3. Yılında Fethullahçı Terör Örgütü’nü (FETÖ) Anlamak” konulu bir panel düzenlenecektir.

~~15 Temmuz Anma Etkinlikleri çerçevesinde, 16 Temmuz Salı günü saat 17:00-19:00 arasında, Brüksel’deki Press Club’da SETA ile işbirliği içerisinde ve Türkiye’den gazeteci/akademisyenlerin katılımıyla “Darbe Girişiminin 3. Yılında Fethullahçı Terör Örgütü’nü (FETÖ) Anlamak” konulu bir panel düzenlenecektir.

Panelin hitamında, Anadolu Ajansı’nın 15 Temmuz gecesi çektiği fotoğraflardan oluşan bir serginin aynı mekanda açılışı yapılacaktır. 

Panelin programı ve konuşmacıların özgeçmişleri ekte sunulmaktadır.

Dr. Bayraklı earned his BA, MA and PhD from the Department of Political Science at the

University of Vienna, and conducted research for his PhD thesis at the University of

Nottingham in Britain between 2009 and 2010. He took office as a deputy director at Yunus

Emre Turkish Cultural Center in London in 2011-2013. Mr. Bayraklı also served as the

founding director of Yunus Emre Turkish Cultural Centers in Constanta and Bucharest during

the period of August-December 2012. Mr. Bayraklı has been a faculty member in the

Department of Political Science and International Relations at the Turkish German University

since 2013. Currently he is also the director of European Studies at SETA foundation. His

fields of research include the Islamophobia in Europe, Far right movements in Europe,

Transformation of Turkish Foreign Policy and Foreign Policy Analysis.

Nedim Şener has been a professional journalist since 1991. He worked at Dünya, Milliyet and

Posta newspapers in Turkey and is also the author of 14 books. He spent 376 days in prison

between 2011-2012 due to a FETÖ plot. He was declared World Press Freedom Hero by the

International Press Institute (IPI) in 2010 and awarded with Oxfam/Novib PEN Freedom of

Expression award in 2010, CPJ International Press Freedom Award in 2013 and Prize for the

Freedom and Future of the Media in 2015.

Dries Lesage is Associate Professor at Ghent University’s Department of Political Science,

where he heads the Ghent Institute for International Studies (GIIS). He teaches History of

World Politics (1815-present), Theories of International Relations and Globalization and

Global Governance. One of his research interests, besides global governance and

multilateralism, is Turkish domestic and foreign politics. Late 2016 he published the Dutch-

speaking book ‘What You Are Not Supposed to Know About Turkey. High Time for an

Honest Debate [Wat u niet mag weten over Turkije. Hoog tijd voor een eerijk debat]’. 

Hilmi Demir is a graduate of Ankara University School of Divinity. In 2001, he completed his

doctorate in the Kalam branch of Ankara University’s Social Sciences Department. In 2002-

2003, he worked at Kyrgyzstan National University. In 2009, he became an associate

professor. He currently teaches at the Hitite University School of Divinity and is a consultant

to the Area Studies program of the Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey

(TEPAV). He is an expert on radicalization, cults groups, Salafism, sectarian conflict and

ISIS, and has written widely on these topics in national and international outlets.

Veysel Kurt completed his BA in Uludag University, International Relations Department in

2006 and received his MA degree from Istanbul University, Social Science Institute in 2009.

He has completed his dissertation on civil-military relations in the Middle East at the Istanbul

University in 2016. He currently teaches at the Istanbul Medeniyet University Departmant of

Political Science.