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An Island within an Island: Educational Needs assessment of Armenian Migrants in Turkey
12.02.2016
Though for Armenian migration potential Russian Federation was and is the most attractive destination country, however, since independence of Armenia, there is some outflow to Turkey, especially to Istanbul. Due to the reason that this direction is considered to have been too small within desirable destination countries for Armenian migrants, the RA National Statistics Service had not collected any data before. Meanwhile, owing to the absence of the Armenian-Turkish diplomatic relations, Armenian migrants are completely out of paying any attention and there are not much researches being done in this field - the last one was done in 2009.

This research somehow fills the gap existing in the literature about Armenian migrants’ life or residential conditions. Aiming at revealing the educational needs of Armenian migrants, it at the same time contains a lot of information about their age, gender, social status, future plans and other statistical data. For the full description click here.
Information and Communication Technologies as an Opportunity of Economic Cooperation between Turkey and Armenia
07.09.2015
A previous report prepared by TEPAV ‘Strengthening Connections and Business Synergies Between Turkey and Armenia’ identified Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and tourism as target sectors for cross-border economic cooperation. The context of this study, under the “Support to Armenia Turkey Normalization Process” programme funded by European Union, is to go deeper into the role of ICT as a springboard to mutual economic collaboration between Armenia and Turkey.
Turkey-South Caucuses Value Chain Integration in Tourism: Future of Tourism in Kars and Potential Synergies with Armenia
07.09.2015
A previous report prepared by TEPAV ‘Strengthening Connections and Business Synergies Between Turkey and Armenia’ identified Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and tourism as target sectors for cross-border economic cooperation. The context of this study, under the “the Support to Armenia Turkey Normalization Process” programme funded by European Union, is to go deeper into the role of tourism as a springboard to mutual economic collaboration between Armenia and Turkey.

Review of Legal Issues between Armenia and Turkey
25.07.2014
This study was published as a part of the “Support to Armenia-Turkey Rapprochement” project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and carried out by TEPAV and Yerevan-based International Center for Human Development (ICHD).
Burcu Gültekin Punsmann, Seda Kırdar, Ali Osman Dizman, Anna Gevorgyan - 2012

Disclosing Public Perceptions About Armenia-Turkey Relations
22.04.2015
The survey, covering a random sample of 1,200 adult citizens of the Republic of Armenia, discloses public perceptions of the current state of affairs and expectations about the future of the Armenia-Turkey relations. This study contains exclusive data on behavioural patterns related to the claims for recognition and the commemoration of the Armenian Genocide, as well as the attitude towards Turkey, the awareness about the Armenia-Turkey relations and normalisation efforts.
Reflecting on the Two Decades of Bridging the Divide: Taking Stock of Turkish-Armenian Civil Society Activities
04.08.2014
This study has been conducted with the support of the GMF-Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation by Burcu Gültekin Punsmann (Senior Foreign Policy Analyst at TEPAV) and Esra Çuhadar Gürkaynak (Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science in Bilkent University) and assisted by Seda Kırdar, Research Associate, TEPAV.
January 2012
The Ongoing Official Contacts and Cooperation on the Turkish-Armenian Border
04.08.2014
TEPAV Policy Note
Burcu Gültekin Punsmann - September 2010

Armenia 2013 : A Year of Expectations and Surprises
04.08.2014
The annual report looks back at the past year and attempt to assess and analyze Armenia’s foreign policy, domestic developments and trends, as well as the economic situation in the country – all within the context of a changing global and regional environment.
Civilitas Foundation - 2014
Armenia and Neighbors : 20 Years in Figures
04.08.2014
In this first publication of its kind, the Civilitas Foundation provides trends and patterns in education, demographics, social and economic development in Armenia and Neighbors. Wherever possible, figures have been provided for all six countries in order to make plain the pace, significance and context of the human, economic and institutional progress.
Civilitas Foundation - 2011
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