To help inform audiences in Turkey about what the European Union is and how the European Union and Turkey are working together, the EU Delegation has developed a comprehensive information network across the country to serve the information.
This network works closely with schools, non-governmental organisations, small and medium sized businesses, universities and political decision makers, as well as directly with the general public to ensure that people have access to up-to-date and accurate information on all EU-related themes.
In addition, a network of EU Information Centres in 21 cities provide information support through local and regional events on EU policies and programmes, media events and dissemination of information. And in 14 universities and research centres, European Documentation Centres (EUi) provide information resources to students and academics on EU related themes.
15 EU Corners have been established for the purpose of informing the public about the EU and providing information material. In cooperation with the EU Delegation to Turkey, the EU Information Corners carry out activities in collaboration with EU Information Centres.
Providing additional support is a facility called Team Europe, whereby experts on specific EU subjects can be provided as speakers for conferences and other public speaking events.