On April 28th, Emeritus Professor Dawn Chatty gave a lecture on ‘The Syrian Humanitarian Disaster: Sustainability of Containment in the Conflict Region’ as part of the Political Science Lecture Series at the University of Hamburg. Forming part of the summer term’s series of lectures on ‘The European Crisis in Global Perspective: Local Changes and Global Developments’, Professor Chatty’s presentation focused on her research in the Syrian region, and in particular on the viability of the policy of containment which Europe has attempted to impose upon refugees from Syria, despite the ever-growing burden of immobility, impoverishment and active conflict in the region.
Watch the lecture in full (from the University of Hamburg):
Refugees from Syria: Transitional Justice and Reconciliation
The Syrian Humanitarian Disaster: Disparities in perceptions, aspirations and behaviour in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey
Ensuring Quality Education for Young Refugees from Syria in Turkey, Northern Iraq/Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI), Lebanon and Jordan
Ensuring quality education for young refugees from Syria (12-25 years): a mapping exercise (summary)
Ensuring quality education for young refugees from Syria (12–25 years): a mapping exercise
Ensuring quality education for young refugees from Syria (12-25 years): a mapping exercise (Arabic)