The fragility experienced by Syrian refugees in their daily lives, who have been living in Turkey for nearly eight years, can be understood with a structural framework that consists of political and legal layers that are not independent of each other and can be called the "architecture of vulnerability". In this speech, we will present the findings of the research that we have followed for six years about the fragility of the lives of Syrian refugees in Turkey, and the adaptation of Syrian refugees to Turkish society and the difficulties they face in this process will be explained within the framework of the concept of "architecture of vulnerability" mentioned above.
- Fragile Lives of Syrian Refugees: Migration, Citizenship and Temporary Protection in Turkey – Prof. Dr. Feyzi Baban
- Thursday, November 25, 2021, 18.00
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- Seminar Language: Turkish