- Individual Giving and Philanthropy in Turkey
- Private Philanthropic Engagement in Turkey
- Active Participation in Civil Society: International Standards, Obstacles in National Legislation and Proposals Report
- The Civil Society Monitoring Report 2012
- TUSEV Civil Society Monitoring Report 2011
- CIVICUS CSI Country Report: “Civil Society in Turkey: At a Turning Point” is Launched
- Barriers to Freedom of Association of Associations in Turkey, April 2010
- Philanthropy in Turkey: Citizens, Foundations and the Pursuit of Social Justice
- Civil Society in Turkey: An Era of Transition CIVICUS Civil Society Index Country Report for Turkey
- The Landscape of Philanthropy and Civil Society in Turkey: Key Findings, Reflections and Recommendations
Active Participation in Civil Society: International Standards, Obstacles in National Legislation and Proposals Report
Active Participation in Civil Society: International Standards, Obstacles in National Legislation and Proposals Report is published by TUSEV within the scope of Strengthening Civil Society and Civil Society Public Sector Dialogue Project that is funded by European Union and Turkish Republic determines the legal obstacles against the enabling environment for civil society in Turkey and introduces proposals for amendments.
The report is authored by Gökçeçiçek Ayata from Istanbul Bilgi University Human Rights Research Centre and Assistant Professor Ulas Karan from Bilgi University Law School and is composed of three major parts.
The first part evaluates the Turkey’s Constitution’s compatibility with the international standards on freedom of association, while the second part analyzes the interconnectedness of freedom of association with freedoms and rights like right to information, freedom of expression, freedom of assembly etc. Finally; in the last part, you can find the proposals for amendments regarding the Turkey’s legislation on freedom of association.
 This report is prepared by TUSEV, in partnership with ECNL, through the Civic Space Initiative implemented by the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law, ARTICLE 19, CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation, and the World Movement for Democracy. The English translation of this report is financed by the Government of Sweden. The Government of Sweden does not necessarily share the opinions here within expressed. TUSEV bears the sole responsibility for the content of this publication.