A Visit to IHH from Copenhagen University
A group of students and academics from the Copenhagen University International Social Services department visited IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation’s headquarters.
A group of students and academics from the Denmark Copenhagen University International Social Services department visited IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation’s headquarters and met with IHH General Secretary Durmuş Aydın, IHH Board Member Izzet Şahin and IHH Humanitarian Diplomacy Department Coordinator Talha Keskin.
The group said they saw IHH operations in the media and visited our headquarters to get more detailed information. The group that was given presentations on “Social Services and Volunteering” by Durmuş Aydın, “Humanitarian Diplomacy” by Izzet Şahin and “Humanitarian Relief” by Talha Keskin said that in the future they wanted to visit our foundation with a larger group. After the presentations, the group donated money they collected among them for those in need.
The Danish group will be in Turkey for a week to witness and become acquainted with the operations of NGOs and social services on-site.
Libyan delegation visits Turkey
Upon IHH’s invitation, assembly leaders of the Tabu, Tuareg and Amazigh communities carried out a series of official visits in Turkey.
France is destroying itself
Our public announcement about discriminatory practices and statements made against Muslims in France and some European countries recently.
Turkish citizens rescued from Libya are reunited with their families
Two Turkish citizens detained by Haftar’s forces in the Libyan city of Sirte were rescued through a collaboration of the Turkish Consulate in Misrata, IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation and the Misrata Red Crescent. Yusuf Gürün and Vahit Kiraz landed at the Istanbul Airport at 02.30 on a Tripoli-Istanbul flight. They were welcomed by IHH officials. There were emotional moments at the airport when the two Turkish citizens that were detained in Libya for almost eight months landed. Both of them then traveled to Adana on the first plane available to reunite with their families.