Current Projects

Current Projects

SESYR Project

Social Entrepreneurship Support for Young Refugees (SESYR) The Economists’ Association along with two partners has been selected for an Erasmus+ Programme, Call EAC-A05-17 “Capacity Building in the field of youth –

Current Projects

Labor Market Situation of Syrians in Turkey

Economic integration is a vital part of overall integration into a new society. Policies that assist migrants to become self-sufficient should be in place to speed up their integration process

Syrian Refugee Awareness Program

Syrians in Turkey – An Overview

As the Syrian refugee crisis continues, the population of refugees in Turkey continues to rise. According to the latest statistics by the Directorate General of Migration Management (Dec. 7, 2017),

Syrian Refugee Awareness Program

Syrians in Turkey: Education Brief

In a situation where first aid and basic necessities are the priority, education is not far behind. In refugee situations, there is always the fear of children losing out on

Syrian Refugee Awareness Program

Perception Towards Syrians in Turkey

The Economists Platform has been operating since 2000 in order to identify the core problems of the Turkish economy and to propose solutions for these problems. By this means, the

Current Projects

Syrian Investors in Turkey

The influx of Syrians in Turkey has led to a sharp increase in the investments made by Syrians in Turkey. They have established thousands of businesses since 2011, leading to

Current Projects

Field Work Program Started

As a part of the “Syrian Refugee Awareness Program“, field work consisting of interviews for the “Syrian Entrepreneurship” project began this past weekend by the Economists’ Association. Muhammad Moiz, the

Refugee Entrepreneurship

Current Research on Syrian Entrepreneurs

At Ekonomistler Platformu, we are conducting research on entrepreneurship and how it may be used as a tool for integration. Currently, there is a very small number of studies that

V-Log

Syrian Refugee Awareness Program

This project is designed to increase awareness of the public and concerned institutions about Syrian Refugees residing in Turkey. The project will feature multiple infographics over the course of next

Projects

Brief Overview of the Syrians in Turkey

The Syrian War Crisis began in 2011 displacing millions of civilians inside Syria and forcing millions more to flee the war torn country. Most of the Syrian refugees fled to

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