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Irregular migration in Turkey

Ahmet İçduygu

Irregular migration in Turkey

by Ahmet İçduygu

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Published by International Organization for Migration in [Geneva, Switzerland] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Illegal aliens -- Turkey,
  • Turkey -- Emigration and immigration

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 98-99).

    Statementprepared for IOM by Ahmet Içduygu.
    SeriesIOM migration research series -- no. 12.
    ContributionsInternational Organization for Migration.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination99 p. :
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17613797M
    OCLC/WorldCa52385186

    Irregular migration. is defined as a movement that takes place outside the regulatory norms of the sending, transit or receiving country. The subject of this article is irregular migration to Turkey. A. Deportation Decision. The reasons of irregular migration may occur under several circumstances: Persons may enter in Turkey irregularly, for. irregular labour migration in turkey and situation of migrant workers in the labour market gülay toksÖz seyhan erdoĞdu selmin kaŞka october File Size: 1MB.

      This article examines the new law, which is intended as a significant step toward managing both legal and irregular migration to Turkey, including humanitarian migration. Turkey’s migration identity has shifted from being principally a country of emigration and transit to becoming a destination for immigrants and people fleeing conflict. Part I: Irregular Migration and Trafficking in Women in Turkey: 1. The International and Regional Context ; 2. Irregular Migration to Turkey: What do Statistics Reveal? ; 3. Legal Framework ; 4. The Role of the Media in Influencing Public Opinion --Part II: Survey Findings: 1. Methodology ; .

    A rise in ‘irregular’ migration is an issue of concern in Turkey. Irregular migration has been perceived as having social, economic and security consequences. Restrictive legislation and reinforced control mechanisms have been introduced by Turkey over the by: 4. IRREGULAR LABOUR MIGRATION IN TURKEY AND IMPACT OF MIGRANT WORKERS ON THE LABOUR MARKET. Book January Irregularty mght come up at any stage of the mgraton process: before departure, n.


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Irregular migration in Turkey by Ahmet İçduygu Download PDF EPUB FB2

ANKARA. This research is published by the International Organization for Migration in Turkey. 3Index This research is funded by IOM and printed under the “Supporting Turkey’s Efforts to Formulate and Implement an Overall Policy Framework to Manage Migration” project implemented by IOM Turkey and funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.

Situated at the crossroads of trade and travel routes linking East and West, Turkey has always been a key junction for many types of migratory movements, whether by land or sea. During the last decades, millions of Turkish migrant workers have left their country to work abroad, but recently Turkey has itself become a destination country for labour migration, and a major transit country for West-bound irregular migration.

In recent years, illegal transit migration through Turkey, together with the use of Turkey’s territory as a transition post for onward migration towards the west, has become an issue of growing importance to the Turkish government.

Irregular Migration in Turkey (co-authored with Ahmet Icduygu). The irregular migration concept relates to the migrants that are not legally allowed to stay in the country, and consists of people who use Turkey as a transit country, or people who stay and/or work in the country without the necessary documents.1 With the increase in the number of migrants coming to Turkey, the needs in thisFile Size: 4MB.

Turkey is of the opinion that sustainable solution to irregular migration can only be attained if the “push factors” such as wars Irregular migration in Turkey book conflicts, human rights violations and economic deprivation in many of the origin countries are prevented. Traditionally, Turkey has been a country of emigration with large numbers of its citizens migrating to Western Europe, particularly Germany since the s.

As a result of emigration, remittance flows have been an important input to the country’s economy since the s. Turkey also has a sizeable refugee population abroad as well as an internally displaced population while also positioned the transit route for irregular migrants.

Irregular Migration in Turkey ISSN X No. 12 Situated at the crossroads of trade and travel routes linking East and West,Turkey has always been a key junction for many types of migratory movements, whether by land or sea. During the last decades, millions of migrant workers have left Turkey to work abroad, but, more.

discussions on irregular migration in Turkey: the breakdown of the ‘Iron Curtain’ inthe EU accession process and visa-free trav-el for citizens from Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries. “ new migration paths from the East and South through CEE and Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) to the EU emerged,” he.

Turkey is still facing some of the biggest challenges in terms of irregular migration by land and sea. The sheer number and diversity of migrants and refugees in Turkey demands effective humanitarian assistance, migrant protection and migration management strategies.

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This report provides a comprehensive view of the mechanisms and institutions involved in the trafficking of women in Turkey.

The aim is to gain a better understanding of the issue and to propose necessary remedies and policy measures to address this phenomenon. Starting with an overview of the literature on undocumented migration this book explores some of the key areas of research and policy in this area.

This includes the making of undocumented migrants, the journey and processes, experiences of being undocumented at the individual level, collective action and by: 8. Migration; Natural Resources Water and Energy; Outer Space; Peacekeeping and Security; Population and Demography; Public Health; Transportation and Public Safety; United Nations; Women and.

Book Description. With specific attention to irregular migrant workers - that is to say, those without legal permits to stay in the countries in which they work - this volume focuses on domestic work, presenting studies from ten European countries, including Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain.

The paper, which tackles the Turkish experience of irregular migration, will be divided into three sections.

The first section will examine the background and nature of irregular migration in Turkey: foreign nationals, mostly from neighboring countries, who overstay their visa and/or are illegally employed; transit migrants from various countries whose primary aim is to make their way into the Cited by: The database contains links to existing academic and non-academic research and analysis, as well as data sources related to irregular migration to Europe.

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The issue of irregular migration in Turkey is gaining an increasingly important dimension. In the context of irregular migration, it is known that many foreigners use Turkey as a target or transit country for economic and political reasons.

Only in. More thanirregular migrants and refugees arrived in the EU this year, mostly by sea. Greece saw a dramatic increase in arrivals, while arrivals in Italy and Spain declined. We take a look at clandestine and irregular migration movements to Europe in Author: Mara Bierbach.

Illegal immigration refers to the migration of people into a country in violation of the immigration laws of that country, or the continued residence of people without the legal right to live in that country. Illegal immigration tends to be financially upward, from poorer to richer countries.

Illegal residence in another country would create the risk of being detained and deported, or facing. Book Description. Irregular Migration in Europe contributes to our knowledge of the scale and nature of the much discussed but under-researched phenomenon of irregular migration in Europe, whilst improving our understanding of the dynamics of irregular migration and its relation to European societies and economies.Governing Irregular Migration On this public site, books and documents are presented only as previews.

To gain access to complete books and documents, visit desLibris through the discovery portal of a member library, or take out an individual membership. Click on “More details” to find the book in bookstore or library.Description: Irregular Migration in Europe contributes to our knowledge of the scale and nature of the much discussed but under-researched phenomenon of irregular migration in Europe, whilst improving our understanding of the dynamics of irregular migration and its relation to European societies and economies.

Presenting a comparative analysis of the experiences and policies of different EU member states, this book .