Everyday peace refers to small acts that build connections and communication among members of adversarial communities in deeply divided societies that may suffer from cleavages of different kinds. In Roger Mac Ginty’s words, these “small acts of everyday peace can create space for civility, reciprocity, solidarity, and possibly more expansive concepts such as reconciliation.
The first part of this training series, organised in cooperation with Near East University and related research centres, focuses on the study of images. Dr Fatih Veysel Nurçin, who completed his PhD in Biomedical Engineering and was a visiting student at Harvard University, will give the training.
The speaker states that the current umbilical cord clamps have some practical problems and that they have developed a new design to overcome these problems. The aim of the research is to experimentally prove whether the newly designed clamp is as effective as the existing designs.
The presentation examines how artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are transforming the field of dentistry. Dr Ryan Scaffey, a speaker with a deep knowledge of AI, provides attendees with a broad perspective on how this technology is being used in the World of dentistry.
The event will include a seminar discussing the challenges and possibilities of the decade after the Arab Spring.
The event includes a workshop on sustainable development goals and environmental aspects. The presentation starts by defining sustainable development and explaining how this concept was developed in the United Nations platform. It is emphasised that sustainable development is based on the principle of meeting today's needs while not jeopardising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
of International Peace This conference features two world-renowned scholars
from the University of Manchester who will share their extensive knowledge and
experience on international relations and peace.
Dimensions of International Peace This conference features two world-renowned scholars from the University of Manchester who will share their extensive knowledge and experience on international relations and peace.
The conference frequently emphasises the concept of "what ifs". Ifs can play an important role in different areas of life and often lead to unexpected results. It is stated that ifs encourage people to make more effort, research and question.
Dr Vietnam Shakib is the keynote speaker at the DENTALKS event. Dr Shakib is a pioneer in the field of implant microsurgery and has developed new microsurgical techniques and instruments in this field. He trained at the University of Berlin, specialising in oral surgery and holding master and specialist degrees in various fields. He also has scientific collaborations with the Universities of Michigan and Helsinki.
The event features a variety of sports and activities that push the limits of human performance. These activities include disciplines such as running, diving, mountain climbing and weight lifting.
The webinar provides detailed information about oral cancers, their diagnosis and treatment. The contributions of various associations and organisations and scientific developments in this field are discussed.
Emphasising the importance of aesthetic design of the lower facial region, Dr Bozbay mentions various surgical and non-surgical methods to achieve the correct proportion and symmetry. This aims to achieve an aesthetic appearance suitable for the patient's facial structure.
The event draws attention to the importance of women in our lives and their courage within the scope of 8 March International Women's Day. It is emphasised that women make life brighter and more livable.
Özker Yaşın is recognised as one of the most important poets of Turkish Cypriot literature. Although he spent a large part of his life in Istanbul, he maintained his attachment to Cyprus with his works and his heart and is remembered in this land.
The event, organised by the North Cyprus Dental Students' Association, is opened by the 5th year dentistry student and the president of the association. The guest of the event is introduced as Orthodontist Dr Cemre Gezen. Dr Gezen gives information about her career journey and educational background.
The event titled "Osman Türkay Panel" took place on the YouTube platform. Bartın University faculty member Assoc. Prof. Dr. Can and other speakers took part in the panel. The panel includes speeches on Osman Türkay's life, poetry and perception of Turkey.
The event was organised by the North Cyprus Dental Students Association. University students moderated the event and introduced the speakers.
Dr Ron Singh Christopher, from the English department of a Nigerian university, presents a language ethnographic study on greeting and interaction. The presentation addresses key concepts such as the importance of greetings in interaction, power dynamics, gender roles and social solidarity.
Mindfulness is generally translated as "awareness" in Turkish and is defined as the practice of becoming consciously aware of mental processes. It is the ability to watch thoughts without judgement and without being carried away by them. Mindfulness is based on living in the moment without trying to solve problems.
The "Meeting on the Path of Nursing" event, organised within the framework of the Scientific Activities of the Faculty of Nursing, was presented by Research Assistant Kemal Elyeli. The aim of the event is to bring students together with professionals who play a leading role in the field of nursing and are role models.