A Panel titled as “Women and the Society” was held at Near East University

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Added On: 21 March 2019, Thursday, 07:01
Last Edited On: 21 March 2019, Thursday, 07:01

A Panel titled as “Women and the Society” was held at Near East University

It was stated that a panel titled as “Women and the Society” was organised by the Near East University Centre of Excellence Societal Research and Development Centre at Hall 101 of Near East University Hospital.

According to the press release issued by the Directorate of Press and Public Relations of Near East University, Assist. Prof. Dr. Mutlu Soykurt from Bellapais Inner Wheel Club, Evren Günsel Erçelik as a representative from Business Women Association, and Prof. Dr. Fahriye Altınay from Societal Research and Development Centre made speeches at the panel.

Providing further details, it was stated that Prof. Dr. Zehra Altınay expressed many thanks to the panellists which made speeches and for the contributions they made to their institutions. Furthermore, she expressed wishes to see further work and cooperation in the future. She said that it is the unity of the civil society organizations that come together in our society on meaningful and beneficial projects of the women to the business world, economy, health, education, art and productivity.

Examples on Realisation via Thought were given…
Member of the Managing Board of the Bellapais Inner Wheel Club, Assist. Prof. Dr. Mutlu Soykurt placed emphasis on how the club was influencing the society and pointed out the significance of cooperation among universities and non-governmental institutions.

Representative from the Business Women Association, Evren Günsel Erçelik gave information regarding the projects her association were working on and added contribution of İşkad to the country.

On the other hand, Prof. Dr. Fahriye Altınay stressed that Near East University and the Societal Research and Development Centre played an important role in social-responsibility acts and continued to work on scientific projects.

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