Roads to Migrate | U.K's Migration Policy and The Effects Of Post-Brexit | Gizem Dik & Aslı Salihoğlu [ Ph.D student at Oxford University] In this episode, we hosted Aslı Salihoğlu for talking about Britain's immigration policy and the effects of Brexit on this process. At the very beginning, Aslı Salihoğlu, who is currently a Ph.D. student at Oxford University, informed us about the demographic distribution of immigrants/refugees in Britain. The process of migration and Britain's
Roads to Migrate hosts Selen Vargün Alıtkan in the 6th episode to talk about migration flow in Sweden. In this episode, we talked about the immigrant profile of Sweden, which is the 3rd country that receives the most immigrants in the world, how it approaches this process, and her existing integration problem. Ms. Alıtkan emphasized that Sweden's immigration policy has changed over time, that it is not as easy to immigrate to this country as it used to be, and that the failure of the integr
Roads to Migrate – Rising Hostility Against Refugees , Gizem Dik Hosts Prof. Halil Berktay In the fifth episode of the Roads to Migrate, Gizem Dik hosts Professor Halil Berktay, from Ibn Haldun University, to talk about the migration turmoils over the world. According to Berktay, besides the environmental issues, the biggest case faced by humankind in the first quarter of the 21st century is migration. Expressing that these two problems are closely related in that they are two major unint
Roads to Migrate – Humanitarian Situation in Azez, Gizem Dik Hosts Şebinur Doğan. In the fourth episode of the Roads to Migrate, Gizem Dik hosts Şebinur Doğan, from Boğaziçi University, to talk about the humanitarian situation in Azez. According to Doğan, the conditions in Syria are completely inhumane and the lives of people depend almost entirely on humanitarian aid. Moreover, although humanitarian aid in Syria still continues very seriously, projects that will provide long-term
Roads to Migrate – Chinese Persecution against the Uighurs, Gizem Dik Hosts Kevser Paşaoğlu. In the third episode of the Roads to Migrate, Gizem Dik hosts Kevser, from the Ibn Haldun University, to talk about the Chinese Persecution against the Uighurs. According to Kevser, the Chinese government’s campaign against the Uyghurs in Xinjiang is multi-faceted and systematic. The main strategies of the Chinese government include identity-based persecution, mass detention, surveillance, e
In the first episode of the Roads to Migrate, Gizem Dik hosts Selim Vatandaş, from the International Refugee Rights Association Reporting Department, to talk about the push-backs in Greece border. According to Vatandaş, Greece is violating human rights by pushing refugees back by the excessive power. there is no doubt that it violates international conventions to which Greece is a party, especially the 1951 Geneva Convention Relating to the Legal Status of Refugees, the European Convention on Hu
In the second episode of the Roads to Migrate, Gizem Dik hosts Nora, from the International Refugee Rights Association, to talk about the humanitarian situation in Idlib. According to Nora, over 4 million immigrants live in Idlib. Unfortunately, women are trying to survive in difficult conditions due to the lack of infrastructure.