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Burcu Tüm

Member since 28.07.2016

Country

Turkey

Presentation of research activity or teaching

Burcu Tüm notably had the opportunity to join the public life by the meeting of women members of an association who conducts research on people of Anatolia and used them as tools for political change.
Within this Association, they constituted in Istanbul, a group of women with whom they share readings, discussions questions and various activities. They have published seven editions of the newsletter in which they publish their research and reflect on social issues and gender; such as militarism, LGBT movements, sexism, etc.
In addition, Burcu Tüm works for two years on a blog in order to share experiences and public debates that affect the areas of sex and gender. The blog is called Mor Masa Ritüeli - the purple table's ritual ̶ and she works with four other women.
Burcu Tüm participated in the formation of “Femmes d'avenir en Méditerranée 2016”, organized by Science Po in April 2016. Furthermore, she started a Master as part of an urban study in sociology at the Istanbul University in September 2016. Burcu Tüm studies the experiences of refugee women during their journey from home to İstanbul as well as their lives away from home.
After many experiences on different type and scale projects in diverse offices since 2007, she founded Mahal Mimarlık with her partners in 2013. She continues her professional works on international projects in Mahal Architects, reorganized in 2016.
Burcu Tüm has between 5 to 10 years of specific experience working on gender equality at the Euro- Mediterranean level

Working themes

Culture / Sports / Leasure
Civil and political rights
Health / Emotional and sexual life

Populations targeted by research

Women artisans, Immigrant and refugee women, Students and researchers

Geographical sphere of activity

Euro-mediterranean

Specific years of work experience in gender equality

5-10

Main publications related to gender equality and women's rights

Burcu Tüm has been working for two years as a blogger in order to share experiences and public debates that affect the areas of sex and gender. The blog is called Mor Masa Ritüeli - the purple table's ritual ̶ and she works with four other women.

Contact

Address : Maltepe / İstanbul, 34848 ,Turkey
Telephone : 00902163767816
Adress email : tumburcu@gmail.com
Website : https://www.facebook.com/pg/mormasarituelii/about/?ref=page_internal

They are registered on the platform of the Euro-Mediterranean Women's Foundation

Istar Montull Mussach
Future Pioneers for Empowering Communities (FPEC)
Savera Liverpool
Vision Communication Consultancy
Association for the Development & Enhancement of Women (ADEW)
Equality Unit
Women Helping Women Network-Jordan
Réseau Algérien des Femmes d'Affaires (RAFA)
Association Talassemtane pour l'Environnement et Développement (ATED)
Coalition parlementaire arabe sur la lutte contre la violence de la femme
Albanian Journalists Group (AJG)
MSA University
CIHEAM Istituto Agronomico Mediterraneo
The committee of vigilance for democracy in Tunisia (CDVT)
Urban Community of Marrakech
Soumia Boutkhil
Association Entrelles Entrepreneures SM
Fédération de la Ligue Démocratique des Droits des Femmes (FLDDF)
Association Tunisienne de la Santé de la Reproduction (ATSR)
The Moroccan Human Rights Forum
Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT)
Moroccan Association of Reproductive Health
Association Citoyens Acteurs
Ibn Battuta Foundation
Peace and friendship international organization. P4all
Jurists without Restrictions
Mobilising for Rights Associates (MRA)
Carmen Garraton
Femmes et Leadership
Youth Capacities Development Association-Biskra (YCDB)
Jusoor Center for Studies and Development
Musawa Women’s Study Center
Women in Front
National Association for the defense of rights and freedoms (NADRF)
Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World (IWSAW)

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