Women of War
TRT World Citizen aims to raise awareness of these women’s stories who have faced the most difficult of situations, we hope to increase hope and positively impact the lives of millions of women who continue to bear burden of conflicts around the world.
Journalism For Juniors
The Journalism for Juniors (J4J) program teaches young people from underprivileged communities how to tell their stories through the medium of journalism, and simultaneously provides an opportunity for healing emotional trauma through self-expression and selfempowerment.
Am I Not a Child? —
GLOBAL POLICY BRIEFING REGARDING CHILD REFUGEES IN EUROPE
The 'Am I Not a Child?' initiative, under the directive of the World Citizen platform, seeks to highlight the current humanitarian crisis concerning the trafficking of young refugees in Europe. At present, there are more than 170,000 unaccompanied and separated child refugees residing in the European Union; many of which are currently living in exploitative, violent, and often criminal environments.
We Can Help! —
A GUIDE FOR CHILD REFUGEES IN EUROPE
The 'We Can Help!' initiative, under the directive of TRT's World Citizen platform, seeks to assist child refugees in Europe by providing them information on legal, medical, and health services in various European countries. These simple, easy to understand guidebooks provide child refugees with important contact information in numerous languages.
Six Years of War in Syria —
POLITICAL AND HUMANITARIAN ASPECT
Syria has always been among the top stories for TRT World. The Research Centre brings more depth to the Syrian War by this recent work. The report aims to highlight the central aspects of the ongoing war in Syria which has been laying waste to the country.