Sciences Po – Bosphorus 2021 Prize

The Sciences Po-Bosphorus Prize initiated by Institut du Bosphore and Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) celebrates its fifth anniversary this year. The Prize rewards Sciences Po students’ work on the Turkey – France – EU triangular relations. For this fifth edition, the students were invited to reflect upon the topic of «Reinvigorating multilateralism and global cooperation for a more inclusive and green post-Covid world as a leverage for strengthening Turkey – France – EU relationship».

The winners was announced by Mark Maloney, Acting Dean and Executive Director, Sciences Po PSIA and Livio Manzini, Vice President, Institut du Bosphore during a virtual event on04th of May. The award ceremony was followed by a debate entitled « Turkey – EU | Common challenges and targets for a more inclusive and greener post-Covid world » with the participation of Füsun Türkmen, Professor and Chair, Department of International Relations, Galatasaray University & Scientific Committee Member, Institut du Bosphore and Jacques Rupnik, Research Professor, CERI-Sciences Po & Visiting Professor, College of Europe. The discussion and Q&A session was chaired by Bahadır Kaleağası, President of Institut du Bosphore.