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An Analysis of the Socio-Economic Impacts of The Syrian Refugee Crisis on Turkey

An Analysis of the Socio-Economic Impacts of The Syrian Refugee Crisis on Turkey
An Analysis of the Socio-Economic Impacts of The Syrian Refugee Crisis on Turkey
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An Analysis of the Socio-Economic Impacts of The Syrian Refugee Crisis on Turkey
An Analysis of the Socio-Economic Impacts of The Syrian Refugee Crisis on Turkey
An Analysis of the Socio-Economic Impacts of The Syrian Refugee Crisis on Turkey
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March 15, 2011, marks the beginning of the Syrian civil war, a conflict that caused the death of thousands of Syrians and a displacement of over half of the population, internally as well as globally. Peaceful protests in the region, inspired by the Arab Spring, were conducted by pro-democracy Syrians in the hope of decreasing unemployment and corruption and of gaining political freedom. But they were quickly turned into brutality, resulting in the greatest movement of migrants after World War II.

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Fatma Nur Yavuz was born on November 13, 1997, in Cologne, Germany. She is one of the three children of Mehmet and Saadet Yavuz, who reside in present in Istanbul, Turkey. After living 13 years in several cities of Germany, she left Munich and moved to Prague, Czech Republic, together with her family, where she stayed for the next three years. In August 2014, they moved to Zug, Switzerland, where she finalized the college and received an IB Diploma from the International School of Zug and Lucerne. Then, she started her university degree “Bachelor of Arts” in International Relations at the EU Business School in Montreux and Geneva.

This study was written as part of the author’s bachelor’s degree. It was awarded the “Best Bachelor’s Dissertation”, and she felt the need to provide the findings of her research to a wider audience. Fatma Nur Yavuz’s interest in this topic, as well as the interaction with refugees, have started two years before she began to write this book, being one of the contributors in the publication of a booklet on child refugees getting lost on their way to Europe. Now, by publishing academic works on the situation of refugees around the world, Fatma Nur Yavuz aims at empowering and helping those people in need to get their voices heard.


Details
Cover Paperback
Pages 90
Size (cm) 12.7 X 20.3
Size (in) 5 X 8
Published April 2020
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