Challenges of Global Migration: EU and Its Neighbourhood



Challenges for Regional Governance in Turkey: The Role of Development Agencies
Ertugal, Ebru (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2017-11-20)
This article examines the functioning of Regional Development Agencies (DAs) in Turkey from a policy instruments approach with a view to uncovering their intended and unintended consequences for regional governance. The policy instruments approach challenges the functionalist view that instruments are merely technical and neutral devices for realizing policy aims in the most effective way. Instead, the article shows that as policy instruments, the DAs are highly political with important political consequenc...
Challenges of primary education in Turkey: Priorities of parents and professionals
Demir, Cennet Engin; Paykoc, Fersun (Elsevier BV, 2006-11-01)
This article investigates the major issues and problems of Turkish society that may have an impact on people's daily lives, and the characteristics required of primary school graduates as citizens in response to those issues and problems from the perspectives of parents and educational professionals. Data was collected from 407 parents and 389 professionals using three questionnaires developed by the researchers. Results indicated that priority challenges of primary education were considered to relate to pe...
Challenges of Adopting Internationalization Trends in Higher Education Institutions: METU Case
Bulut Şahin, Betül; Kondakçı, Yaşar (2018-10-13)
Challenges of Safe Urban Speed Management in Developing Countries
Türe Kibar, Funda; Tüydeş Yaman, Hediye (2019-06-20)
Turkey, as one of the middle-income countries, is facing with an increasing motorization in the last decades. This situation also causes a major traffic safety problem on Turkish roads, where 7000+ people lost their lives, and almost 300,000 people get injured annually. When considering factors causing traffic accidents, ‘speed’ is a complex phenomenon which needs to be examined with more attention and different dimensions. This becomes even more problematic in urban regions that face large migration and th...
Challenges of Chinese and European Universities in the Modernization and Global Context
Zayim Kurtay, Merve (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2019-06-01)
Higher education systems need to increasingly transform in order to face new challenges of society in a modern and global context. Both Europe and China are facing challenges in restructuring their higher education systems and embracing the potential for higher education to deliver innovative teaching and learning as well as social and economic services for a changing society. This paper analyses the challenges to European and Chinese universities today and elaborates on the implications of these challenges...
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A. Ayata, Challenges of Global Migration: EU and Its Neighbourhood. 2008.