Turkey’s State Policies during the Mass Refugee Inflows

Evaluation of the Common European Asylum System under Pressure and Recommendations for Further Development (CEASEVAL)

Integration and Well-Being of Syrian Youth in Turkey

European Welfare Systems in Times of Mobility

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Department of Sociology and MiReKoc Seminar by Lisa Schuster ‘Goal Displacement: Migration Policy-Making in and About Afghanistan’

27 February 2019
Koc University Rumelifeneri Campus, Faculty of Social Sciences Building, SOS143
The Department of Sociology and Migration Research Center at Koc University (MiReKoc) are pleased to announce the seminar by Lisa Schuster from City, University of London on ‘Goal Displacement: Migration Policy-Making in and About Afghanistan’. The seminar will take place on Wednesday, February 27th, 2019, at 17.30 in SOS143. Registration is required for participants not […]

MiReKoc Seminar by Çağlar Özden from the World Bank on “Moving for Prosperity: Global Migration & Labor Markets”

23 January 2019
Koc University Rumelifeneri Campus, Faculty of Social Sciences Building, SOS143
MiReKoc invites you to participate in a Seminar by Çağlar Özden from the World Bank on a recent policy research report titled “Moving for Prosperity: Global Migration & Labor Markets” to be held on January 23, Wednesday between 11-12.30 in Meeting Room SOS 143. **Registration is required for participants not affiliated with Koç University. The report can be […]

‘They are our brothers but’: The Miscellaneous Xenophobic Attitudes towards Syrian Refugees in Turkey’ by Salih Tosun

09 January 2019
Koc University Rumelifeneri Campus, Faculty of Social Sciences Building, SOS143
MiReKoc Seminar Series continues with Salih Tosun’s presentation on ‘They are our brothers but’: The Miscellaneous Xenophobic Attitudes towards Syrian Refugees in Turkey’. The presentation and discussion will take place on Tuesday, January 9th, 2019, at 12:00, in SOS143. Registration is required for participants not affiliated with Koç University. Title: ‘They are our brothers but’: […]

‘Moroccan Counter-terrorism and Human Trafficking policies and the Perception of ISIS Moroccan Women: Are they Perpetrators or Victims?’ by Bahija Jamal

26 December 2018
Koc University Rumelifeneri Campus, Faculty of Social Sciences Building, SOS143
MiReKoc Seminar Series continues with Bahija Jamal’s presentation on ‘Moroccan Counter-terrorism and Human Trafficking policies and the Perception of ISIS Moroccan Women: Are they Perpetrators or Victims?’. The presentation and discussion will take place on Wednesday, December 26th, 2018, at 12:00, in SOS143. Registration is required for participants not affiliated with Koç University. Title: Moroccan […]

The Greek response to the refugee crisis in Eastern Mediterranean (the period of 2015-2016): An overview

(Christina Velentza)

 

‘Yoksul ama Başarılı’: Sosyal Sermaye, Etnisite ve Okul Başarısı

 

(Çetin Çelik)

 

Armenian Labor Migrants in Istanbul: Reality Check

 

(Irena Grigoryan)

UNESCO Chair on International Migration, Yaşar University / How to Co-exist? Urban Refugees in Turkey: Prospects and Challenges

(Birce Altıok & Salih Tosun)