Ana Frank, PhD
Ana Frank, PhD (Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, 2013) is a researcher at the Peace Institute. Between 2005 and 2007 she was a visiting student in Turkey at the University of Istanbul and Ankara University. She continued her studies at the University of Lodz, Poland, and Florida International University, USA. In 2012-2013 at Sabanci University in Istanbul, she conducted research for her PhD thesis entitled ‘The influence of the Europeanisation context on religious discourses in gender equality and intimate citizenship policies in Turkey’. At the Peace Institute she works on European projects; her areas of interest are religion, gender equality and discrimination.
LIGHT ON – Cross-community actions for combating the modern symbolism and languages of racism and discrimination
LIGHT ON aims to tackle the normalisation of racism and its related images and habits providing a set of tools for the community.
- Hate Speech and Populist Othering in Europe Through the Racism, Age, Gender Looking Glass – RAGE
- LIGHT ON – Cross-community actions for combating the modern symbolism and languages of racism and discrimination
- EWSI – European Web Site on Integration
- Integration of Migrants in Finland and Slovenia: Comparing Northern and Southern Models of Migration Management
- Cross-Border Experience: The Interfaces of the EU and the SEE Countries Enhancing a Successful Enlargement Process
- QUING: Quality in Gender+ Equality Policies
The author presents the critical views of women themselves, thereby unveiling the critical potential of plural life in Turkey.