This course is offered as part of “UNESCO Chair on International Migration” activities.
Mid-term exam date: 5.11.2019
By Simon Kneebone
Student course evaluations
- Theories of Migration
- Concepts and Definations, Migration Trends
- Politics of Migration in the EU
- Turkey’s Policy Response to Migration and Refugee Flow of 2015
- Migrant Smuggling Report
- Integration Policies
The lecture on 12 November is cancelled. Make-up lecture: Online via Sakai on 17 November Sunday at 12:00 afternoon. Lecture will be recorded.
- For the mid-tem exam you are responsible from the lecture notes, terminology we debated in class and Chapter 3 of the course book.
- Please choose your presentation topic by clicking the link
Some of you have already chosen the topics that have been previously booked by others. Latecomers please change your topic and choose a free slot.
November 26: Migration Issue in EU-Turkey Relations (max 3 students can choose)
Booked by Ceren and Ilkem on 20 October
Latecomers: Selen, Ilayda, Sedef need to choose another topic. If any third from this group Selen Buluc can join as she booked on 21 October.
December 3: Return and Reintegration
Booked by Bugce and Neslihan on 20 October.
Latecomer Selen Oz. needs to chose another topic.
Confirmed Presention Teams&Dates
Begum&Esma Nur: November 19, Asylum Policy of the EU
Ilkem&Ceren: November 26, Migration Issue in EU-Turkey Relations
Deniz&Su: November 26, Migrant Smuggling and Trafficking
Begum&Beyza Hilal: November 26, Migration Issue in BREXIT
Neslihan&Bugce: December 3, Return and Reintegration
Tugba&Busra: December 3, Migration Issue Reflected by Cartoons
Ecem&Betul Ece: December 10, 1923 Great Population Exchange between Turkey and Greece
Misra&Ceyda: December 10, free topic
Ceyda&Elif: December 17, Naturalization and Citizenship
Berfin&Atakan: December 17: Forced migration: Cases from all over the world