The final report of the ‘Searching for a New Formula for Collaboration between Turkey and the EU in North Africa’ project conducted by ARAMA Chair in Action Research Oğuz Babüroğlu and Action Research Program Manager Pınar Akpınar has been published.
The report can be accessed here: Searching for a New Formula for Collaboration between Turkey and the EU in North Africa Project
The project was conducted in partnership with the Clingendael Institute (the Netherlands), with the grant received from Centre for Applied Turkey Studies’ (CATS) Network which is funded by Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, SWP) and German Federal Foreign Office.
By using action research methodology, the project investigated the extent to which Turkey and the EU could collaborate in and with North Africa, more specifically, Morocco, Egypt and Algeria and developed a trilateral model for collaboration.
For further information about the project: https://www.cats-network.eu/projects/ongoing-projects/searching-for-a-new-formula-for-collaboration-between-turkey-and-the-eu-in-north-africa/