|REFUGEES AND FORCED IMMIGRATION ’18 / III. International Interdisciplinary Conference on Refugee and Forced Immigration
OCTOBER 12-13, 2018, Istanbul, TurkeyAll papers will be published in the proceedings e-book (with an ISBN number), which will be given as a DVD at the conference. Participants can also apply to INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES; DAKAM’s Journal to be reviewed.
A year ago, two Syrian refugees bought identical wetsuits from a Calais shop, walked to the beach and disappeared.
When their remains were washed up 500 miles apart, police in the Netherlands and Norway were at a loss to identify them.
No missing persons’ reports had been filed, they had no police records, their DNA was not on file. As Anders Fjellberg put it, they were an “invisible life heading for a nameless grave”.
The reporter, from Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet, worked with photographer Tomm Christiansen to… more
ISTANBUL — Aid workers are propping up tents, preparing provisions and deploying medical staff as they brace for a new wave of displaced Syrians escaping renewed fighting in and around the country’s commercial hub, Aleppo.
Plumes of smoke rise from purported Russian airstrikes hitting rebel positions south of Aleppo. youtube.com / Via YouTube
The contested city is the focus of an intense military campaign. Russian warplanes… more
The decade-long sanction on Turkey becoming a member of the European Union (EU) might be lifted if Turkey agrees to stop the flow of Syrian refugees to Europe. In addition, EU will give Turkey €3 billion ($3.5 billion) as a compensation for settling the refugees on its soil.
The Telegraph – EU agrees €3 billion action plan with Turkey to ease migrant crisis
The Guardian – European leaders offer Turkey ‘action plan’ on migration crisis