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Where, why, what refugees?

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Agnese Lāce

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War in Syria - challenging the system in Turkey
Where, why, what refugees?
Agnese Lāce, PROVIDUS / Koç Üniversitesi / University of Amsterdam
Arriving since 2011
Up to 2013 most in camps, now only 10% of the 2.8 million live in camps
Others: urban refugees, creating tension regarding legality, employment, support from the gov't of Turkey
Increased vulnerability: illegality, child labor
Additional tension due to ethnic characteristics, perceived economic and security threats
Lack of long term solutions


What about the EU-Turkey deal?
bargaining/negotiations - morality?
does it actually work in fostering the decrease of refugee flows?
where are the human rights?
what actually happens after readmission?
(*access to legal aid)
Refugee flows in the world:
From insecurity to security?
1. Statistics
2. Routes
3. International management
Chosen route: distance, cost, network, effectiveness
International management
Individual state incentives
EU: Relocation Scheme (failed?) and
the EU-Turkey Deal (failed?)
UN: UNHCR and IOM (September Summit / NY Declaration / Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework)
NGOs / Research

Integration Evaluation Tool - NIEM Project (2016-2021)
Developed by UNHCR Budapest and MPG
12 sets of indicators
covering governance, legal, socio-economic and socio-cultural aspects of refugee integration, and thus every aspect of the daily life of beneficiaries of international protection and asylum seekers. It captures their particular needs, vulnerabilities, but also their unique opportunities for integration.
The tool investigates how to:
Set priorities to improve the state of refugee integration
Build national capacity to gather data and evaluate policies
Build relationships to mainstream refugees into the relevant public policies and services
Plug into greater national and EU support for mutual learning and policy improvement
Coalition Building
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