In 2015, the European level political foundation ITE changed its organisational and operation strategy, moving from an "umbrella organisation" of national civil organizations to a more grass root concept, based on the participation of more individual experts and civic, professional organisations.
The re-birth of Turan periodica after almost one hundred years help sthe scientific research work on turanism. This nationalist political and cultural movement which proclaims an ethnic (cultural) unity for disparate people who are supposed to have a common ancestral origin in Central Asia, using the Iranian term Turan as the designation for this place. Turanism was concerned with the research of Asia and its culture in context of Hungarian history and culture. Political Turanism was born in the 19th century, in response to the growing influence of Pan-Germanism and Pan-Slavism. Continue reading Turan – reborn of the scientific magazine