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The Political Ecology of the Agriculture Transformation In the Context of Climate Change

Boğaziçi University Faculty Member Fikret Adaman, Researcher Duygu Avcı, International Institute of Social Studies Doctoral Student Umut Kocagöz and Boğaziçi University Graduate Student Gökçe Yeniev's report "The Political Ecology of the Agriculture Transformation In the Context of Climate Change (İklim Değişikliği Bağlamında Tarımda Dönüşümün Politik Ekolojisi)" was published in November 2020.

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Changing Parameters of Migration Cooperation: Beyond the EU-Turkey Deal?

Director Fuat Keyman, Senior Scholar and Research and Academic Affairs Coordinator Senem Aydın-Düzgit, and 2016/17 Mercator-IPC Fellow Kristen Biehl’s report Changing Parameters of Migration Cooperation: Beyond the EU-Turkey Deal? was published in December 2019.

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Institutional Structures and Refugees' Experiences with Turkish Language Education in Turkey

2018/19 Mercator-IPC Fellow Maissam Nimer’s report Institutional Structures and Refugees’ Experiences with Turkish Language Education in Turkey  was published in October 2019.

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Urban Community Centers in Turkey: Understanding the Diversity of Contemporary Practices

2016/17 Mercator-IPC Fellow Kristen Sarah Biehl’s report Urban Community Centers in Turkey: Understanding the Diversity of Contemporary Practices was published in September 2019.

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Practicing Coexistence in Civil Society: Syrian Refugees in Turkey

2015/16 Mercator-IPC Fellow Hande Paker’s report Practicing Coexistence in Civil Society: Syrian Refugees in Turkey was published in June 2019.

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Between Rapprochement and Rejection: Identity and Cultural Drivers in Europe-Turkey Relations

Senior Scholar & Research and Academic Affairs Coordinator Senem Aydın-Düzgit, Director of Austrian Cultural Forum Romana Königsbrun, Associate Professor and Jean Monnet Chair at the Department of International Relations at Koc University Bahar Rumelili and Doctoral Fellow at the University of Vienna Johanna Chovanec's report Between Rapprochement and Rejection: Identity and Cultural Drivers in Europe-Turkey Relations was published in April 2019.

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Healthcare Access for Syrian Refugees in Istanbul: A Gender-Sensitive Perspective

2017/18 Mercator-IPC Fellows Gabriele Cloeters and Souad Osseiran’s report Healthcare Access for Syrian Refugees in Istanbul: A Gender-Sensitive Perspective was published in January 2019.

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Promises and Challenges of Diversity: The Role of Civil Society Initiatives in Fostering Pluralism

Director Fuat Keyman, Trent University Faculty Member Feyzi Baban, 2015/16 Mercator-IPC Fellow Hande Paker, and the Associate Director of the International Migration Research Centre Kim Rygiel's report Promises and Challenges of Diversity: The Role of Civil Society Initiatives in Fostering Pluralism was published in October 2018. 

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Syrians in Turkey

2017/18 Mercator-IPC Fellows Souad Osseiran and Gabriele Cloeters, 2016/17 Mercator-IPC Fellows Emre Üçkardeşler, Kristen Biehl, and Wiebke Hohberger, and 2015/16 Mercator-IPC Fellow Hande Paker's booklet Syrians in Turkey was published in October 2018.

Developing models for integrating refugees into society is one of the subtopics under the EU/German-Turkish relations cluster of the Mercator-IPC Fellowship Program. To this end, the “Syrians in Turkey” booklet presents a snapshot of the current situation of Syrians in Turkey and the policy responses that have been implemented since the start of their arrival. The contributing Mercator-IPC Fellows, bring the issue into focus through six policy areas: healthcare, education, labor, gender-based aspects, civil society, and social cohesion.

 

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Strengthening EU-Turkey Economic Relations: Can Services Revitalize the Customs Union?

CEPS Director Daniel Gros, CEPS Senior Research Fellow Jacques Pelkmans, CEPS Research Fellow Mehtap Akgüç, CEPS Researcher Matthias Busse, and CEPS Research Assistant Mattia Di Salvo's report Strengthening EU-Turkey Economic Relations: Can Services Revitalize the Customs Union?  was published in March 2018. 

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