Réfugiés syriens en Turquie : Liens utiles et bibliographie | Syrian refugees in Turkey: Useful Links and Resources

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État turc | Turkish state :

Organisations intergouvernementales | Intergovernmental organizations :

Organisations non gouvernementales | Non-governmental organizations :

Instituts/projets de recherche | Research institutes/projects :

Bibliographie | Bibliography :

2016

  • Amnesty International (2016). No Safe Refuge: Asylum-Seekers and Refugees Denied Effective Protection in Turkey. London: Amnesty Internationl Ltd. (PDF)
  • Aydin, Ulviyye (2016). “The Syrian Refugee Crisis: New Negotiation Chapter In European Union-Turkey Relations.” Khazar Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 19 (2): 102-18. (PDF)
  • Azevedo, Joao Pedro, Yang, Judy S. & Osman Kaan Inan (2016). “What Are the Impacts of Syrian Refugees on Host Community Welfare in Turkey? A Subnational Poverty Analysis.” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 7542. (PDF)
  • Baban, Feyzi, Ilcan, Suzan & Kim Rygiel (2016). “Syrian refugees in Turkey: pathways to precarity, differential inclusion, and negotiated citizenship rights.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies: 1-17. (PDF)
  • Bal, Pınar (2016). “The Effects Of The Refugee Crisis On The EU-Turkey Relations: The Readmission Agreement And Beyond.” European Scientific Journal 12 (8): 14-35. (PDF)
  • Balkan, Binnur & Semih Tumen (2016). “Immigration and Prices : Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Syrian Refugees in Turkey.” Working Paper No. 1601, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey, January. (PDF)
  • Beirens, Hanne & Clewett, Paul (2016). “Children: The Forgotten Aspect of the EU-Turkey Deal.” Migration Policy Institute, April. Available at: http://www.migrationpolicy.org/news/children-forgotten-aspect-eu-turkey-deal
  • Biner, Özge (2016). Türkiye’de Mültecilik. İltica, Geçicilik ve Yasallık Üzerine Bir İnceleme. Istanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi Yayınları.
  • Biner, Özge & Cavidan Soykan (2016). Suriyeli Mültecilerin Perspektfinden Türkiye’de Yaşam. Mülteci-Der, April. (PDF)
  • Mülteciler ve Göç”, Birikim (2016)
  • Chatty, Dawn et al. (signatories) (2016). “Refuge from Syria: Policy Recommendations.” Forced Migration Policy Note, Oxford Refugee Studies Centre, January. (PDF)
  • Çiçekli, Bülent (2016). “Reforms introduced by the Act on Foreigners and International Protection (AFIP) into the Turkish Law on Foreigners and Refugees.” Review of International Law & Politics 12 (1): 75-120. (PDF)
  • Collett, Elisabeth (2016). “The Paradox of the EU-Turkey Refugee Deal.” Migration Policy Institute, March. Available at: http://www.migrationpolicy.org/news/paradox-eu-turkey-refugee-deal
  • Dalkıran, Müge (2016). “Law on Foreigners and International Protection: A Real Shift in Turkey’s Migration Policy?” The Sharq Forum Expert Brief, May. (PDF)
  • Doğutaş, Aysun (2016). “Tackling with Refugee Children’s Problems in Turkish Schools.” Journal of Education and Training Studies 4 (8): 1-8. (PDF)
  • Emin, Müberra Nur (2016). “Preventing a ‘Lost Generation’: Educating Syrian Children in Turkey.” The Sharq Forum Expert Brief, June. (PDF)
  • Emin, Müberra Nur (2016). Türkiye’deki Suriyeli Çocukların Eğitimi. SETA Analiz, February. (PDF)
  • Emmanouilidis, Janis A. (2016). “Elements of a complex but still incomplete puzzle: an assessment of the EU(-Turkey) summit.” European Policy Center, 21 March. (PDF)
  • Ferris, Elizabeth G. & Kemal Kirişci (2016). The Consequences of Chaos: Syria’s Humanitarian Crisis and the Failure to Protect. Brookings Institution Press.
  • Helsinki Citizens’Assembly (2016). Göçmenlerin Aynasında Türkiye. January. (PDF)
  • IMPR (2016). 16 Days of Activism. Campaign Against Gender Based Violence. Event Report, January. (PDF)
  • İnankul, Hakan (2016). “An Analysis On The Impact Of The Syrian Refugees On Turkey’s Security With The Main Subjects Of Migration And Criminal Acts.” European Scientific Journal 12 (5): 297-312. (PDF)
  • Keyman, E. Fuat (2016). “Turkey at the heart of the refugee and ISIL crises: Can the buffer state be a solution?” Review of International Law & Politics 12 (1): 5-12. (PDF)
  • Kirişci, Kemal (2016). “Europe’s refugee/migrant crisis: can ‘illiberal’ Turkey save ‘liberal’ Europe while helping Syrian refugees?” EPC Policy Brief, 19 February. (PDF)
  • Kızıl, Cihan (2016). “Turkey’s Policy on Employment of Syrian Refugees and its Impact on the Turkish Labour Market.” Unpublished paper. (PDF)
  • — (2016). “A Question From A Regional Development Perspective: Are Syrian Refugees Still Our Guests Or Are They Staying?” Unpublished paper. (PDF)
  • McGee, Thomas (2016). “Mapping action and identity in Kobani crisis response”. Kurdish Studies 4(1): 51-77.
  • Mouzourakis, Minos & Amanda Taylor (2016). Wrong counts and closing doors: The reception of refugees and asylum seekers in Europe. AIDA Report, March. (PDF)
  • Özpınar, Esra (2016). “How does the Syrian Refugee Crisis Affect Public Health in Turkey?” TEPAV Evaluation Note, April. (PDF)
  • Özpınar, Esra, Satır Çilingir, Yasemin & Ayşegül Taşöz Düşündere (2016). “Syrians in Turkey: Unemployment and Social Cohesion.” TEPAV Evaluation Note, April. (PDF)
  • Pascouau, Yves (2016). “EU-Turkey Summit on the refugee crisis. Law and (dis)order?” EPC Commentary, March. (PDF)
  • Paul, Amanda & Demir Murat Seyrek (2016). “EU visa-liberalisation for Turks: just around the corner?” EPC Commentary, May 3. (PDF)
  • Powell, Sara R. (2016). “EU/Turkey Refugee Agreement Benefits EU, Not Stranded Refugees.” The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs 35 (4): 32-33.
  • Refugee Rights Turkey (2016). “Barriers to the Right to Effective Legal Remedy: The Problem faced by Refugees in Turkey in Granting Power of Attorney.” Opinion Paper, February. (PDF)
  • — (2016). International Protection Procedure in Turkey: Rights and Obligations. (PDF)
  • — (2016). Access to Labor Market for Persons Seeking International Protection in Turkey. February. (PDF)
  • — (2016). Health Care Services for Persons Seeking International Protection in Turkey. (PDF)
  • — (2016). The Right to Education for Persons Seeking International Protection in Turkey. (PDF)
  • — (2016). Information Booklet on Registration and Status for Syrian Refugees and Other Persons under “Temporary Protection”. (PDF)
  • — (2016). Access to Labor Market for Syrian Refugees and Other Persons under “Temporary Protection”. (PDF)
  • — (2016). Health Care Services for Syrian Refugees and Other Persons under “Temporary Protection”. (PDF)
  • — (2016). The Right to Education for Syrian Refugees and Other Persons under “Temporary Protection”. (PDF)
  • Smorenburg, Teun (2016). “Challenging the refugee Gap – Labour Market Integration and Occupational Mobility among Syrian Refugees in Istanbul.” Master Thesis, Utrecht University. (PDF)
  • Sözen, Ülkü Sezgi (2016). “Fragile balance of EU-Turkey readmission agreement.” In: Barbara Pusch & Ibrahim Sirkeci (eds.), Turkish Migration Policy, London, UK: Transnational Press London, pp. 149-68.
  • Support to Life (2016). “Child Labor in Turkey: Situation of Syrian Refugees and the Search for Solutions” Conference Report. (PDF)
  • Tumen, Semih (2016). “The Economic Impact of Syrian Refugees on Host Countries: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Turkey.” The American Economic Review 160 (5): 456-460.
  • UN (2016) 3RP Regional Refugee & Resilience Plan 2016-2017 in Response to the Syria Crisis. Turkey. Available at: http://www.3rpsyriacrisis.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Turkey-2016-Regional-Refugee-Resilience-Plan.pdf (PDF)
  • Woods, Auveen (2016). “Urban Refugees: The Experiences of Syrians in Istanbul.” IPC Policy Report. (PDF)
  • Woods, Auveen, Benvenuti, Bianca and Nihal Kayalı (2016). “Workshop Report: Syrian Refugees in Istanbul.” IPC-Mercator Policy Brief, May. (PDF)
  • Yıldız, Ayselin & Elif Uzgören (2016). “Limits to temporary protection: non-camp Syrian refugees in Izmir, Turkey.” Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 16 (2): 195-211. (PDF)

2015

  • AFAD (2015). Disaster Report: Syria. Available at: https://www.afad.gov.tr/en/IcerikDetay1.aspx?ID=16&IcerikID=747
  • AIDA (2015). Country Report: Turkey. (PDF)
  • Akgüngüz, Yusuf Emre, van den Berg, Marcel & Wolter H. J. Hassink (2015). “The Impact of Refugee Crises on Host Labor Markets: The Case of the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Turkey.” IZA Discussion Paper No. 8841. (PDF)
  • Akram, Susan M., Bidinger, Sarah, Lang, Aaron, Hites, Danielle, Kuzmova, Yoana & Elena Noureddine (2015). Protecting Syrian Refugees: Laws, Policies, and Global Responsibility Sharing. Boston University School of Law. (PDF)
  • Al Rousan, Ahmad & Nabil Al-Tikriti (2015). “Syrian and Iraqi conflicts move Turkey to the heart of Europe’s refugee crisis.” Turkish Review 5 (3): 190-93. (PDF)
  • Alpak, Gokay et al. (2015). “Post-traumatic stress disorder among Syrian refugees in Turkey: A cross-sectional study.” International Journal of Psychiatry in Clinical Practice 19 (1): 45-50. (PDF)
  • Amnesty International (2015). Europe’s Gatekeeper: Unlawful Detention and Deportation of Refugees from Turkey. London: Amnesty Internationl Ltd. (PDF)
  • — (2015). Fear and Fences: Europe’s Approach to Keeping Refugees at Bay. London: Amnesty International Ltd. (PDF)
  • Aras, N. Ela Gokalp & Zeynep Şahin Mencütek (2015). “The international migration and foreign policy nexus: the case of Syrian refugee crisis and Turkey.” Migration Letters 12 (3): 193-208. (PDF)
  • Baban, Feyzi, Ilcan, Suzan & Kim Rygiel (2015). “Syrians in Turkey: ‘Neither Guests nor Refugees’ – Negotiating Citizenship and Humanitarian Assistance.” Paper presented before the Conference on Governing Migration on the Margins, Balsillie School of International Affairs, Waterloo, Canada. November.
  • Bahçekapılı, Cengiz & Buket Çetin (2015). “The Impacts of Forced Migration on Regional Economies: The Case of Syrian Refugees in Turkey.” International Business Research 8 (9). (PDF)
  • BEKAM (2015). Suriyeli Misafirlere Yönelik Sosyal Uyum ve Eğitim Müfredatları Çalışmaları Raporu. Available at: http://bulbulzade.org/indirilebilir/bekam-mufredat-raporu.pdf (PDF)
  • Bektaş, Ümit (2015). “Mültecilerin fotoğrafları” Birikim (320): 24-25
  • Berti, Benedetta (2015). “The Syrian Refugee Crisis: Regional and Human Security Implications.” Strategic Assessment 17 (4): 41-54. (PDF)
  • Bidinger, Sarah (2015). Syrian Refugees and the Right to Work: Developing Temporary Protection in Turkey. (PDF)
  • Biehl, Kristen Sarah (2015). “Governing Through Uncertainty: Experiences of Being a Refugee in Turkey as a Country for Temporary Asylum.” Social Analysis 59 (1): 57-75. (PDF)
  • Bilgen, Ela (2015). “Ulus-devletlerde mülteciye yer yok.” Birikim (320): 9-15. 
  • Bircan, Tuba & Ulaş Sunata (2015). “Educational Assessment of Syrian Refugees in Turkey.” Migration Letters 12 (3): 226-37. (PDF)
  • Ceritoğlu, Evren, Gurcihan Yunculer, H. Burcu, Torun, Huzeyfe & Semih Tumen (2015). “The Impact of Syrian Refugees on Natives’ Labor Market Outcomes in Turkey: Evidence from a Quasi-Experimental Design.” IZA Discussion Paper No. 9348. (PDF)
  • Chatty, Dawn (2015). “The Syrian Humanitarian Disaster: Disparities in Perceptions, Aspirations and Behaviour in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey.” Research in Brief 3, Oxford Refugee Studies Centre, December. (PDF)
  • Culbertson, Shelly & Louay Constant (2015). Education of Syrian Refugee Children: Managing the Crisis in Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation. (PDF)
  • Çorabatır, Metin (2015). “Time for immediate action for Syrian refugees in Turkey.” Turkish Review 5 (6): 468-71.
  • Del Carpio, Ximena V. & Mathis Wagner (2015). “The Impact of Syrian Refugees on the Turkish Labor Market.” WB Policy Research Working Paper No. 7402. (PDF)
  • Demir, Oğuzhan Ömer (2015). “Migration Policies, Social Concerns, and Syrian Refugees in Turkey.” GLOBAL Policy Paper 1, April. (PDF)
  • Demirtaş, Ünal & Aslan Özden (2015). “Syrian refugees: health services support and hospitality in Turkey.” Public Health 129 (11): 1549-1550. (PDF)
  • Dermaux, Jolinde (2015). “Networks at work – Syrians building up their life in Istanbul.” Master Thesis, Utrecht University. (PDF)
  • Erdoğan, Murat & Can Ünver (2015). Perspectives, Expectations, and Suggestions of the Turkish Business Sector on Syrians in Turkey.Turkish Confederation of Employer Associations, Publication No. 353, 30 December. Available at: https://mmuraterdogan.files.wordpress.com/2016/01/syrians-eng-mme.pdf (PDF)
  • GİGM (2015). 2015 Türkiye Göç Raporu. (PDF)
  • Güçtürk, Yavuz (2015). “Q&A: Syrian Refugees Caught Between Asylum and War.” SETA, 6 January. Available at: http://setav.org/en/qa-syrian-refugees-caught-between-asylum-and-war/opinion/18082
  • Healy, Claire et al. (2015). Targeting Vulnerabilities: The Impact of the Syrian War and Refugee Situation on Trafficking in Persons – A Study of Syria, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq. Vienna: ICMPD. (PDF)
  • Human Rights Watch (2015). “When I Picture My Future, I See Nothing.” Barriers to Education for Syrian Refugee Children in Turkey. Report, November 8. Available at: https://www.hrw.org/report/2015/11/08/when-i-picture-my-future-i-see-nothing/barriers-education-syrian-refugee-children
  • — (2015). “Turkey: 400,000 Syrian Children Not in School.” Available at: https://www.hrw.org/news/2015/11/08/turkey-400000-syrian-children-not-school
  • — (2015). The Mediterranean Migration Crisis: Why People Flee, What the EU Should Do. Report, June 19. Available at: https://www.hrw.org/report/2015/06/19/mediterranean-migration-crisis/why-people-flee-what-eu-should-do
  • İçduygu, Ahmet (2015). “İnsan kaçakçılığı ya da kayıtdışı sınır geçişleri üzerinden Türkiye, Suriye ve Avrupa Birliği meseleleri, Birikim (320): 26-32.
  • İçduygu, Ahmet (2015). Syrian Refugees in Turkey: The Long Road Ahead. Washington, DC: Migration Policy Institute, April. (PDF)
  • İKGV (2015). Being a Migrant in Turkey: Migrant Workers Survey. Istanbul: İKGV. (PDF)
  • IMPR (2015). IMPR Center Women’s Community Center. Evaluation Report. (PDF)
  • — (2015). Şırnak Protection Project. (PDF)
  • — (2015). IMPR Humanitarian Response in Protecting #Children of Syria. (PDF)
  • — (2015). Akçakale Assessment Report. IMPR Humanitarian Report No. 18. (PDF)
  • — (2015). Access to Education and Response of IMPR Humanitarian: Educational Counseling to Syrians in Turkey. IMPR Center Report No. 21. (PDF)
  • neli-Ciğer, Meltem (2015). “Implications of the New Turkish Law on Foreigners and International Protection and Regulation no. 29153 on Temporary Protection for Syrians Seeking Protection in Turkey.” Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration 4 (2): 28-36. (PDF)
  • İstanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi (2015). Suriyeli Mülteci Çocukların Türkiye Devlet Okullarındaki Durumu Politika ve Uygulama Önerileri. Available at: http://www.cocukcalismalari.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Suriyeli-Cocuklar-Egitim-Sistemi-Politika-Notu.pdf
  • Kaiser, Bianca & Ayhan Kaya (2015). “Transformation of Migration and Asylum Policies in Turkey.” In: Aylin Güney & Ali Tekin (eds.), Europeanization of Turkey: Polity, Politics, and Policies, London: Routledge.
  • Kanat, Kılıç Buğra & Kadir Ustun (2015). Turkey’s Syrian Refugees: Toward Integration. SETA Report. (PDF)
  • Kaya, İbrahim & Esra Yılmaz Eren (2015). Türkiye’deki Suriyelilerin Hukuki Durumu. Rapor no: 50. İstanbul: SETA Yayınları. Available at: http://file.setav.org/Files/Pdf/20151230134459_turkiyedeki-suriyelilerin-hukuki-durumu-pdf.pdf (PDF)
  • Kirişci, Kemal & Elizabeth G. Ferris (2015). Not Likely to Go Home: Syrian Refugees and the Challenges to Turkey–and the International Community. Turkey Project Policy Paper No. 7, The Brookings Institution. (PDF)
  • Kıvılcım, Zeynep (2015). “Sürgünde hukuksal şiddet: Türkiye’deki mülteciler”. Birikim (320): 42-46.
  • Kurtuluş, Begüm (2015). “Victims of the War: Turkey’s Syrian “Guests”.” Electronic Journal of Political Science Studies 6 (2): 45-60. (PDF)
  • Kutlu, Zümray (2015). From the Anti-Chamber to the Living Room: A Brief Assessment on NGO’s Doing Work for Syrian Refugees. Istanbul: Anadolu Kültür and Açık Toplum Vakfı. (PDF)
  • Lazarev, Egor & Kunaal Sharma (2015). “Brother or Burden: An Experiment on Reducing Prejudice Toward Syrian Refugees in Turkey.” Political Science Research and Methods. (PDF)
  • Man, Fuat (2015). “Some Reflections on Migration and its Effects on Host Country’s Labour Market: Syrian Refugees in Turkey.” International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences 5 (12): 232-40. (PDF)
  • Mouzourakis, Minos et al. (2015). Common asylum system at a turning point: Refugees caught in Europe’s solidarity crisis. AIDA Annual Report 2014/2015. (PDF)
  • Navruz, Mücahit & Mehmet Akif Çukurçayır (2015). “Factors Affecting Changes in Perceptions of Turkish People towards Syrian Refugees.” International Journal of Social Sciences 4 (4): 75-84. (PDF)
  • Oktav, Özden Zeynep & Aycan Çelikaksoy (2015). “The Syrian refugee challenge and Turkey’s quest for normative power in the Middle East.” International Journal 70 (3): 408-420. (PDF)
  • ORSAM & TESEV (2015). “Effects of the Syrian Refugees on Turkey.” ORSAM Report No. 195, January. (PDF)
  • Öner, N. Aslı Şirin & Deniz Genç (2015). “Vulnerability leading to mobility: Syrians’ exodus from Turkey.” Migration Letters 12 (3): 251-262. (PDF)
  • Parker, Stephanie (2015). “Hidden crisis: Violence against Syrian female refugees.” The Lancet 385. (PDF)
  • Samari, Goleen (2015). “The Response to Syrian Refugee Women’s Health Needs in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan and Recommendations for Improved Practice.” Available at: http://www.humanityinaction.org/knowledgebase/583-the-response-to-syrian-refugee-women-s-health-needs-in-lebanon-turkey-and-jordan-and-recommendations-for-improved-practice
  • Şenses, Nazlı (2015). “Rethinking Migration in the Context of Precarity: The Case of Turkey.” Critical Sociology: 1-13. (PDF)
  • Şenol Sert, Deniz & Yıldız Uğur (2015). “Kısıtlanan özgürlükler: Türkiye’de sığınmacı olmak”. Birikim (320): 33-37.
  • Şimşek, Doğuş (2015). “Türkiye’de sığınmacı olmak: Belirsizlikler içinde yaşamak”. Birikim (320): 16-23. 
  • Soykan, Cavidan (2015). Refuge or Limbo? A Sociological Analysis of the Turkish Asylum System. Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Essex.
  • Support to Life (2015). Situation Report: Refugees in Edirne, 17 September 2015. (PDF)
  • Tarlan, Kemal Vural (2015). “Savaş, göç, sınıf: Emeğin göçü”. Birikim (320): 53-62. 
  • TESEV (2015). Migration Management of Syrians in Turkey in the framework of the EU’s Migration Policy. Event report, Mersin Chambers of Commerce and Industry, 20 October. (PDF)
  • Toğral Koca, Burcu (2015). “Deconstructing Turkey’s “Open Door” Policy towards Refugees from Syria.” Migration Letters 12 (3): 209-225. (PDF)
  • Tolay, Juliette (2015). “Discovering Immigration into Turkey: The Emergence of a Dynamic Field.” International Migration 53 (6): 57-73. (PDF)
  • Tüney, Serdar (2015). “From the Legal Perspective of Emergency Management and Temporary Protection Status and Turkey’s Legislation and Practices in Syrian Practice.” AICILS, Fle Learning. (PDF)
  • Turgut, S. R. (2015). “The Influences Of Syrian Refugees On The Cities Of Turkey: Gaziantep Case.” WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 193: 691-98. (PDF)
  • UNHCR (2015). Syria Regional Refugee Response. Available at: http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/country.php?id=224
  • — (2015). Regional Winter Progress Report: Syria and Iraq Situation 1 Sep – 1 October 2015 (In Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Turkey). Available at: http://www.refworld.org/country,COI,UNHCR,UNHCRUPDATE,TUR,,562f2ec64,0.html (PDF)
  • — (2015). Inter-Agency Regional Update-Syrian Refugees, 19 March 2015. Available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/552f95c24.html (PDF)
  • — (2015). Inter-Agency Regional Update-Syrian Refugees, 18 February 2015. Available at: http://www.refworld.org/country,COI,UNHCR,,TUR,,54e5e8b74,0.html (PDF)
  • — (2015). Inter-Agency Regional Update-Syrian Refugees, 12 February 2015. Available at: http://www.refworld.org/country,COI,UNHCR,,TUR,,54e1f8c24,0.html (PDF)
  • — (2015). Inter-Agency Regional Update-Syrian Refugees, 25 January 2015. Available at: http://www.refworld.org/country,COI,UNHCR,,TUR,,54cf59be4,0.html (PDF)
  • — (2015). Turkey External Update, 31 May 2015. Available at: http://www.refworld.org/cgi-bin/texis/vtx/rwmain?page=country&docid=558a7d603&skip=0&category=COI&publisher=UNHCR&coi=TUR&querysi=external%20update&searchin=title&sort=date (PDF)
  • — (2015). Turkey External Update, 30 April 2015. Available at: http://www.refworld.org/cgi-bin/texis/vtx/rwmain?page=country&docid=558a7d5f16&skip=0&category=COI&publisher=UNHCR&coi=TUR&querysi=external%20update&searchin=title&sort=date (PDF)
  • — (2015). Turkey External Update, 31 March 2015. Available at: http://www.refworld.org/cgi-bin/texis/vtx/rwmain?page=country&docid=558a7d5f2c&skip=0&category=COI&publisher=UNHCR&coi=TUR&querysi=external%20update&searchin=title&sort=date (PDF)
  • — (2015). Turkey External Update, 28 February 2015. Available at: http://www.refworld.org/country,COI,UNHCR,,TUR,,558a7d5e31,0.html (PDF)
  • — (2015). Turkey External Update, 28 January 2015. Available at: http://www.refworld.org/country,COI,UNHCR,,TUR,,558a7d5f0,0.html (PDF)
  • UNICEF (2015). Curriculum, Accreditation, and Certification for Syrian Children in Syria, Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt. New York: UNICEF. http://www.oosci-mena.org/uploads/1/wysiwyg/150527_CAC_for_Syrian_children_report_final.pdf (PDF)
  • — (2015). Education Under Fire. How Conflict in the Middle East is Depriving Children of Their Schooling. Available at: http://www.unicef.org/mena/Education_Under_Fire.pdf (PDF)
  • — (2015). Syria Crisis Education Fact Sheet. Available at: http://www.oosci-mena.org/uploads/1/wysiwyg/150313_Syria_factsheet_English.pdf (PDF)
  • Yaylacı, Filiz Göktuna & Mine Karakuş (2015).“Perceptions and newspaper coverage of Syrian refugees in Turkey.” Migration Letters 12 (3): 238-250. (PDF)
  • Yazgan, Pınar, Eroğlu Utku, Deniz & İbrahim Sirkeci (2015). “Syrian Crisis and Migration.” Migration Letters 12 (3): 181-192. (PDF)
  • Yıldız, Yeşim Yaprak (2015). Nowhere to Turn: The Situation of Dom Refugees in Turkey. Report prepared with the support of European Roma Center. (PDF)
  • Zaragoza-Cristiani, Jonathan (2015). “Analysing the Causes of the Refugee Crisis and the Key Role of Turkey: Why Now and Why So Many?” Research Paper No. 2015/95, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence. (PDF)

2014

2013

  • AFAD (2013). Syrian Refugees in Turkey, 2013: Field Survey Results. Report. (PDF)
  • Amnesty International (2013). “An International Failure: The Syrian Refugee Crisis.” Amnesty International Briefing, December. (PDF)
  • — (2013). Frontier Europe: Human Rights Abuses on Greece’s Border with Turkey. London: Amnesty International Ltd. (PDF)
  • — (2013). Turkey: National Authorities and the International Community must act in Partnership to meet the Needs of Syrian Refugees. London: Amnesty International Ltd. (PDF)
  • Danish Refugee Council (2013). Syria Crisis Response Overview, September & October 2013. (PDF)
  • Dardağan Kibar, Esra (2013). “An Overview and Discussion of the New Turkish Law on Foreigners and International Protection.” Perceptions 8 (3): 109-28. (PDF)
  • Dinçer, Osman Bahadır et al. (2013). Turkey and Syrian Refugees: The Limits of Hospitality. Report, November. Available at: http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports/2013/11/14-syria-turkey-refugees-ferris-kirisci-federici (PDF)
  • Düvell, Franck (2013). “Turkey, the Syrian Refugee Crisis and the Changing Dynamics of Transit Migration.” IEMed. Mediterranean Yearbook 2013.
  • Ferris, Elizabeth, Kirişci, Kemal & Salman Shaikh (2013). Syrian Crisis: Massive Displacement, Dire Needs and a Shortage of Solutions. The Brookings Institution, September 18. Available at: http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports/2013/09/18-syria-humanitarian-political-crisis-ferris-shaikh-kirisci (PDF)
  • GİGM (2013). 2013 Türkiye Göç Raporu. (PDF)
  • HPN (2013). Special Feature: The Conflict in Syria. Report No. 59, November. (PDF)
  • İçduygu, Ahmet (2013). Turkey and International Migration. Report Prepared for the Annual Meeting of the OECD Expert Group on Migration, MiReKoç, November. (PDF)
  • İHH (2013). Syrian Crisis in its Third Year. Field Report, May 2011 – June 2013. (PDF)
  • Ihlamur-Öner, Suna Gülfer (2013). “Turkey’s Refugee Regime Stretched to the Limit? The Case of Iraqi and Syrian Refugee Flows.” Perceptions 18 (3): 191-228. (PDF)
  • International Crisis Group (2013). Blurring the Borders: Syrian Spillover Risks for Turkey. Europe Report No. 225. (PDF)
  • Jessen, Amanda (2013). The Government of Turkey and Syrian Refugees: A Gender Assessment of Humanitarian Assistance Programming. Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace & Security, September. (PDF)
  • Mazlumder (2013). Türkiye’de Suriyeli Mülteciler: İstanbul Örneği: Tespitler, İhtiyaçlar ve Öneriler. Istanbul: Mazlumder. (PDF)
  • MEB (2013). Ülkemizde Kamp Dışında Misafir Edilen Suriye Vatandaşlarına Yönelik Tedbirler. Available at: http://melikgazi.meb.gov.tr/meb_iys_dosyalar/2013_05/03024558_suriye.pdf
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