Perception of Asylum-Seekers, Migrants and Refugees in Turkey

PS:EUROPE Institute, with the cooperation of Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Turkey, has published its latest research report on the perception of asylum-seekers, immigrants and refugees in Turkey and the reasons behind it. The presentation of the report was held in July 2017, 27 with the participation of distinguished academics, civil society representatives and researchers. The project report in English has been published on September, 2017.

Project team: Aşkınnur Eşigül (Project Coordinator), Betül Kübra Arslan, Alper Şükrü Gencer, Salih Tosun, Seren Selvin Korkmaz, Şafak Beren Yıldırım.

To download the full report, please click here.

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