Humanitarian & Migration Studies

Dignity without Borders

This report focuses on refugees fleeing war and destruction, often leaving with nothing but the clothes on their backs. Refugees flee their home countries...

Humanitarian Tragedy in Idlib and the EU’s Failed Responsibilities

This info-pack discusses the ongoing refugee crisis unfolding in Idlib, deemed as a ‘crisis on a monumental scale’ by the United Nations. This info-pack discusses...

Greece and the Refugee Crisis

This policy outlook looks at the political and media hostility faced by refugees, the impact of the new Greek asylum law on refugees both...

The Refugee’s Messenger: Lost Stories Retold

TRT World Research Centre is pleased to present its book publication “The Refugee’s Messenger: Lost Stories Retold”. The book includes 10 chapters each written...

Syrian Migration is an Opportunity for the Turkish Economy

This paper discusses the economic theory and empirical evidence behind immigration being economically beneficial to the recipient economies as opposed to the contrarian narratives...

Politicking at the Expense of Syrian Refugees

The Policy Outlook aims to underscore the following message: If the newly appointed local governments led by the CHP continue to view Syrian refugees...

‘No One Hears Us’: Torture of Women in Syria’s Dungeons

The report ‘No one hears us’ documents the horrific torture of women in Syria’s dungeons as part of a deliberate strategy employed by the...

Seeking Refuge: Venezuela’s Migration Crisis and the Politicisation of Aid

Venezuela has seen steady migration out of the country over the past eight years. This paper seeks to explore this exodus from Venezuela. Venezuela has...

Media Coverage, Perception and Evidence: The Economic Impact of Syrian Refugees in Turkey

This study explores the connection between relevant media variables and Turkish citizens’ negative perception of Syrian refugees’ economic impact. It concludes that media is...

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