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Paradoxical perceptions on Syrians’ forced migration to Turkey: a case study of Istanbul muhtars
As one of Syria’s neighbors, Turkey has become a refuge for more than 3.5 million forced Syrian migrants. Though many of them are living in Turkey’s border cities, in or around the refugee camps, many others have already ...
Turkish migration to Europe: A modified gravity model analysis
This study specifies and applies a gravity model to provide empirical evidence on determinants of emigration from Turkey to 31 destination European countries over the period between 1960 and 2013. Results under alternative ...
Early-responding civil society and a late coming state: Findings from Turkey during the pandemic
(Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2021)
By building on available literature and interview notes with the NGOs working mainly on refugees and irregular migrants, this study examines the experiences of civil society in Turkey in the first 6 months of the COVID-19 ...
Why not activated? The temporary protection directive and the mystery of temporary protection in the European Union
(Marmara University, 2019)
Following the conflicts in former Yugoslavia, temporary protection was introduced as a crucial element of the European Union’s (EU) response to refugee crises. The EU even adopted a directive, the Temporary Protection ...