• The 34th edition of which has been held this year, have been announced. The meeting of the International Jury has been held at Bodrum Işıl Club on June 19, Monday.

    The Jury gave the first place award to Ross Thomson (the United Kingdom), second place award to Shahram Rezaei (Iran), and the third place award to Raimundo Rucke Santos Souza (Brazil).
  • 36 female students who stay in the dormitories built by the Aydın Doğan Foundation, which were built within the scope of the Daddy Send Me to School campaign, came to Istanbul as the guests of the Foundation, during the week of May 19, together with their teachers. The successful girls received their awards from Hanzade Doğan Boyner, the Chairwoman of the Foundation; Ali Eroğlu, Deputy National Education Manager of the Ataşehir District, and the Doğan Group executives.

    Within the scope of the “Success Takes Me to Istanbul” trip, held by the Aydın Doğan Foundation since 2009, and in which the students staying at the dormitories built as part of the Daddy Send Me to School campaign are also included since 2014, was hosted in Istanbul between May 16 and May 20.
  • The Aydın Doğan Foundation received the Golden Compass Award, given for 16 years now by the Turkish Public Relations Association (TÜHİD), for the event “The International Day of the Girl Child Conference”, jointly held with UNFPA, UNICEF, and UN Women, with the consultancy of the United Nations Social Gender Equality Group.

    The Conference that was organized for discussing the education-related problems that girls experience in Turkey and the impact of education in the lives of girls, was the winning project of the “Agenda Management” category.
  • Painter Neş’e Erdok was deemed worthy of Aydın Doğan Award, given by the Aydın Doğan Foundation to reward the works of culture, arts, literature, and sciences, in the person of their creators.

    The Aydın Doğan Award, given every year since 1996 by the Aydın Doğan Foundation, is given this year to Neş'e Erdok, one of the pioneers of Turkish contemporary art with her figurative narrative.
  • The sentiment of tolerance is becoming ever more significant in the modern world whereby violence and discrimination threaten universal and ethical norms. Cartoons are among the fundamental building blocks of a society based on tolerance and prudence, open to different thoughts and beliefs. Held with this thought in mind, the Aydın Doğan International Cartoon Competition is renowned across the world as the “Oscar of Cartoons”.
  • Cartoon Oscars find their owners

    Created 24 November 2016

    The winners of the "Aydın Doğan International Cartoon Competition", the 33rd of which was held by Aydın Doğan Foundation this year, were awarded their prizes during the ceremony held on November 22. The 'New Lines, New Cartoonists' Cartoon and Humor Festival, which was held for the first time this year with the participation of young cartoonists from all age groups, was filled colorful moments, prior the award ceremony.
  • The Second International Day of the Girl Child Conference, organized by the Aydın Doğan Foundation, UNFPA, UNICEF, and UN Women in consultation with the United Nations Results Group on Gender Equality, will be hosted at Istanbul Hilton Hotel on 11 October.

    Under the theme of “Empowered Girls, Empowered Futures”, the conference organized to remove all obstacles faced by girls, to empower them and ensure they fully benefit from their rights will turn in its second year into an international platform with the attendance of world renowned figures.
  • Known for the value it places on the art of cartoons, the Aydın Doğan Foundation staged the 33rd outing of the “Aydın Doğan International Cartoon Competition” this year. The predominantly female International Selection Committee chose the most successful cartoons of the year. The jury meeting was held on Monday, June 13 at Bodrum Işıl Club.
  • The Refugee Exhibition is still available for art lovers at the Press Museum
  • The Refugees Exhibition opened at Gallery Işık Teşvikiye on Tuesday, October 13
  • The UN, the Aydın Doğan Foundation, UNFPA, UNICEF and UN WOMEN have organized a conference for the International Day of the Girl on October 11 that will be celebrated for the fourth time this year in order to remove obstacles before girls, to empower them and to ensure that they fully benefit from their human rights. The conference for the International Day of the Girl had the theme of “Powerful Girls for a Strong Future,” and it was emphasized at the conference that the more powerful girls become, the safer, healthier and more successful the future of Turkey will be.