GRF Task Forces strive to make balanced judgments on matters that involve medium to long-term uncertainity as well as propose clear strategies and policy recommendations for Turkey in light of these judgments.
GRF Task Forces are independent commissions that bring together accomplished individuals to deliberate and reach a consensus on complex topics in foreign policy. Task Forces strive to make balanced judgements on matters that involve medium to long-term uncertainty to help clarify and guide the discussion on matters of public interest. Task Forces propose clear strategies and policy recommendations in light of these assessments. Each Task Force member may add his/her additional or dissenting view to the findings and recommendations of the commission.
The number of Task Force members is determined per need with a target range of 10-15 to balance diversity with substantive and layered exchange of ideas. Two co-chairs and the director are responsible for managing the Task Force process as well as for crafting the synthesis of individual ideas. The members of the Task Forces assume all responsibility for the content of resulting reports.