IBC IS ON THE BOARD OF TURKEY REFUGEE COUNCIL


IBC-International Blue Crescent was elected to the Management Board membership of Turkey Refugee Council (TRC).   ​

Turkey established in order to ensure full compliance with the principles and rules of international asylum law in Turkey Refugee Council General Assembly meeting of IBC was brought to one of the six noble membership. The meeting was represented by IBC, Deputy Chairman Muzaffer Baca.

TRC President Metin Çorabatır talked about the importance of civil society organizations' cooperation and cooperation with refugees and gave information about the projects that were done and finished. The International Assistance Agency said OXFAM would support efforts to strengthen and improve the TRC.

At the end of the meeting, the original members of the Board of Directors were Metin Çorabatır (İGAM), Aras Onur (Idea and Art Workshop), Rıdvan El İbrahim (Rıdvan Derneği), Muzaffer Baca (International Blue Crescent Association), Mohammad Saleh Ali (Syrian Refugees Solidarity Association in İzmir) chosen.

Mohammad Rabie Zein (Social Syrian Community), Ozan Akdag (Syrian Can Association), Mohammad Rabie Zein (Syrian Literature Support Association) and Rahmi Vardi (Hatay Aid Association) were elected as alternate members of the Board of Directors.

Sema Genel Karaosmanoğlu (Hayata Destek), Şengül Akçar (KEDV) and Zakira Frotan (Afgan Der) were selected as the original members of the Supervisory Board. Mustafa Alakoud (Association of Compassion Without Borders) and Rahmatullah Hamdi (Association of Hazara Students Cultural Association) were elected as substitute members of Supervisory Board.



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