Turkey ranks worst among 26 OECD countries with regards to people?s happiness, and is failing to.
The OECD has cut its growth forecast for Turkey from 4.1 percent to 3.1 percent along with
Two years ago, the Prime Ministry?s department for family and social research carried out a survey of 5,765 students..
Anyone who has watched the classic film ?Casablanca,? and only the most deprived of unfortunates
47.5 per cent of staff at the top five Turkish universities are female, but they tend to have significantly lower salaries than their male colleagues with similar experience. A recent Amnesty International essay by Howard Eissenstat on Turkey?s continuing gender gap gives this example, among others, with some interesting corroborating data.
Ankara residents, who bidded today to protest ‘moral warning’ in the local subway, managed to complete their scheduled ‘kissing action’ despite heavy police presence.
The state does not wish to raise a generation of ?shy, socially incapable? children…
The real boss of Süleyman Demirel?s private life, the queen of Güniz Street No: 31, passed away silently