The role of education on integration policies : a comparıson of Sweden, Germany and Turkey after the Syrian refugee crisis

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2020
Erşekerci, Nesibe Burcu
This study aims to produce a comparative research on integration policies of Sweden, Germany, and Turkey that host remarkable number of Syrians after the crisis in Syria which is considered as the biggest humanitarian and refugee crisis of our time. This study mainly examines main integration areas and tools used by Sweden, Germany and Turkey to deal with unexpected number of Syrian refugees This study argues that after the Syrian crisis, despite the three countries’ distinct characteristics, and their different traditional integration models, they all have used education as a prominent tool for integration and reproduced their integration models they had been applying prior to the Syrian crisis

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N. B. Erşekerci, “The role of education on integration policies : a comparıson of Sweden, Germany and Turkey after the Syrian refugee crisis,” Thesis (M.S.) -- Graduate School of Social Sciences. Middle East Studies., Middle East Technical University, 2020.