Memorializing Hrant Dink’s legacy with a joint exhibition in Yerevan and Istanbul

The Hrant Dink Foundation was created in 2007, after the assassination of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink. The foundation works to monitor hate speech, human rights and democracy in Turkey, and also has a number of other programs aimed at fostering dialogue and co-existence. Nayat Karaköse, the Program Coordinator at the Hrant Dink Foundation, spoke to CivilNet about the foundation’s work and about an exhibition taking place in Yerevan (and Istanbul) until July 30, titled Hrant Dink: Here and Now. The exhibition gives visitors the opportunity to better understand Dink’s legacy, what he fought for and his views on dialogue and co-existence.