Emeritus Professor Dawn Chatty was recently interviewed by Research Turkey (the Centre for Policy and Research on Turkey) on the problems facing Syrian refugees in the neighbouring countries of Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey, and for those seeking asylum in Europe.
The interview covers a wide range of issues, including the varied national responses of Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan; the EU response, and the variation between nations within it; the lack of educational opportunities for refugee youth; and the political context generally.
Read the full interview here >>
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