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Parent-Child Relations After The Displacement in Sur

Lotus Young Field Association has published a report titled "Parent-Child Relationship After Migration in Sur" with the support of the CSO Resource Center Project supported by the European Union.
Author / Editor:
Necla Korkmaz
Fatma Gündoğdu İnci
Gülan Yaklav
Publishing Date:
2020
Subject/Topic:
Child
Language:
İngilizce
Publisher:
Lotus Young Space Association
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20.10.2020

The report titled "Parent-Child Relationship After Migration in Sur" focuses on how the ruptures that started with migration after the clashes and curfews in Diyarbakır's Sur district in 2015 affect parent-child relations within the family.

The study titled "Parent-Child Relationship After Migration in Sur" focuses on the families who had to leave their homes due to the conflicts started with the curfews in the Sur province, but returned to Sur, if not to their homes, after the clashes ended. In the first part of the report, which consists of three parts, the methodology used in the study is conveyed. In the second part, the forced migration practices in the provinces and districts where Kurds live are addressed, while in the third part, the findings obtained from the study are discussed.

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