The EuroMed Youth Programme and Arab Mediterranean youth: a realist vision
Göksel, Asuman; Şenyuva, Özgehan (2018-04-01)
The EU's EuroMed Youth Programme has for a long time been the only one exclusively aimed at young people in Arab Mediterranean countries. Using a policy evaluation framework, this article argues that this programme is a direct reflection of the EU policy for the Mediterranean, which is more focused on a diagnosis based on the contextualisation of the problem than on the social reality and the needs and expectations of the region's young people. Although it has been beneficial for the few young people who ha...
The Euro-Med Youth Programme and young people in the Arab Mediterranean countries A reality check
GÖKSEL, ASUMAN; Şenyuva, Özgehan (2019-01-01)
The agency of faith-based NGOs in Turkish humanitarian aid policy and practice
Turhan, Yunus; Bahçecik, Şerif Onur (Informa UK Limited, 2020-04-28)
While Turkish faith-based NGOs have been involved in delivering humanitarian aid for two decades, the relations of these organizations with the state have not received adequate scholarly attention. The main purpose of this article is to address this gap by asking what roles NGOs play in Turkey's humanitarian aid policy and practice. Despite the relative isolation of Turkey's administrative structure as a result of a strong state tradition, this paper shows that NGOs attempt to play political roles in Turkis...
The network governance approach and the activities of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Turkey
Kurt, Ömür; Okyayuz, Mehmet; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2008)
The aim of this thesis is to analyze the activities of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, one of the German political foundations in Turkey, within the context of the network governance approach. Several tools within this approach are used as heuristic devices to elaborate the relationships of the KAS in the Turkish political terrain. Among these tools, the concept of informality provides a crucial insight to explore the activities of the KAS. This thesis argues that the weight of informal, non-governmental me...
The research agenda for general practice/family medicine and primary health care in Europe. Part 3. Results: Person centred care, comprehensive and holistic approach
Van Royen, Paul; Beyer, Martin; Chevallier, Patrick; Eilat-Tsanani, Sophia; Lionis, Christos; Peremans, Lieve; Petek, Davorina; Rurik, Imre; Soler, Jean Karl; Stoffers, Henri Ejh; Topsever, Pinar; Ungan, Mehmet; Hummers-Pradier, Eva (Informa UK Limited, 2010-06-01)
The recently published ‘Research Agenda for General Practice/Family Medicine and Primary Health Care in Europe’ summarizes the evidence relating to the core competencies and characteristics of the Wonca Europe definition of GP/FM, and its implications for general practitioners/family doctors, researchers and policy makers. The European Journal of General Practice publishes a series of articles based on this document. In a first article, background, objectives, and methodology were discussed. In a second art...
Citation Formats
A. Göksel and Ö. Şenyuva, The Euro-Med Youth Programme and young people in the Arab Mediterranean Countries. 2019, p. 221.