2nd Turkish-German Frontiers of Social Science Symposium 2016

List of Sessions

Please note: sessions are listed in non-defined sequence; the final order of sessions will be announced upon arrival!

CURRENT REFUGEE MOVEMENTS BETWEEN MIGRANTS’ AGENCY AND INSTITUTIONAL CONSTRAINS

Organizers:

Anna Amelina and Ayse Parla

Understanding current mobilities through transnational migratory spaces

Margit Fauser, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Syrian Refugees in Turkey: Politics of Asylum and Limitations of Agency between War, Borders, and Human Rights

Reyhan Atasü-Topçuoğlu, Hacettepe University

Politics of Hospitality. Volunteers between institutions and movement

Serhat Karakayali, Humboldt University Berlin

Migration Governance and Encounters between Syrian Refugees and Locals at the Turkish-Syrian Border

H. Pınar Şenoğuz, Gaziantep University

EU-TURKEY COOPERATION ON REFUGEE PROTECTION IN MASS INFLUX SCENARIOS

Organizers:

Daniel Thym and Lami Bertan Tokuzlu

Legal implications of refugee problem for Turkey and the EU

Erdem İlker Mutlu, Hacettepe University

The "Hot Spot" Concept in Light of the EU-Turkey "Statement": Legal Framework(s) and Main Actors

Anna Mrozek, University of Leipzig

The Joint Action Plan (JAP) between the European Union and Turkey in view of the concept of safe third country and the principle of non-refoulement

Roman Lehner, University of Göttingen

Does Temporary Protection Provided in Turkey Fulfill The EU’s Safe Third Country and First Country Of Asylum Criteria?

Neva Övünç Öztürk, Ankara University

CHALLENGES AND CONSEQUENCES OF FORCED MIGRATION TO TURKEY AND GERMANY

Organizers:

Michael Kvasnicka and Özlem Altan-Olcay

Centralized refugee matching

Özgür Yılmaz, Koç University, Istanbul

Access to Citizenship and the Economic Assimilation of Immigrants

Christina Gathmann, University of Heidelberg

Integration of 1989 Repatriates from Bulgaria to the Turkish Labor Market

Abdurrahman Aydemir, Sabancı University

Bitterness in life and attitudes towards immigration

Panu Poutvaara, Ifo Center for International Institutional Comparisons and Migration Research, Munich

COHESION AND IDENTITY IN THE CONTEXT OF FORCED MIGRATION TO TURKEY AND GERMANY

Organizers:

Burak Copur and Sule Toktas

Regionalisation, Externalisation and the Politics of Norms: The EU-Turkey Refugee Deal in Context

J. Olaf Kleist, University of Osnabrück

Turkey’s Evolving Immigration Policy and its Implications on Turkey-EU Relations

Ayselin Gözde Yıldız, Yaşar University

Integration and Syrians in Turkey: Chances of Success?

Deniz Senol Sert, Ozyegin University

Diversity and Cohesion in Germany in the Context of Forced Migration

Hannes Schammann, University of Hildesheim

Contact

Stephanie Dill
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Markgrafenstraße 37
10117 Berlin
GERMANY

stephanie.dill(at)avh.de

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