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This video report by Aljiazeera gives a broader context as to how schools are adapting to the large intakes of Syrian refugee children. I chose this video report because it has experts analyze the problems in the Turkish education system by providing their opinions and statistics about it. It is relevant to my topic because it talks about current enrollment in the elementary schools, the reasons children are not enrolled in school and how this can impact their future and future generations.
<p>Syrian refugee women, who fled with their family from the city of Raqqa, Syria, pick cucumbers in a field, in the eastern city of Baalbek, Lebanon, Tuesday, June 20, 2017. The U.N. children’s agency says the European Union has donated 90 million euros ($100.3 million) that will help provide critical services and support to Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey. UNICEF said in a statement Tuesday that the donation on World Refugee Day will help it along with host countries to…
Syrian refugees in Athens hunger strike for relocation https://tmbw.news/syrian-refugees-in-athens-hunger-strike-for-relocation Syrian refugees are calling to be reunited with their families [Patrick Strickland/Al Jazeera]Athens, Greece - After fleeing war-ravaged Syria, waiting in Turkey, passing through a Greek island and traversing the mainland last year, Fahd al-Mekki and his family reached the Idomeni, a crossing into Macedonia, only to be turned back.Macedonian border guards denied…
I chose this report by UNICEF because it shows what organizations are doing to help the Syrian refugee children have better access to education in Turkey. The report talks about the training of teachers, refurnishing schools and the importance of getting Syrian children in school. This is relevant to my topic because I am able to see what organizations are doing in order to improve the education conditions of the children and how they are dealing with the large increase in students.
naw look at this little girl, one of 100 000 syrian refugees in camps in Turkey. // In Pictures: Syrian refugees in Turkey - In Pictures - Al Jazeera English
A school for Syrian refugees in Turkey
This BBC video discusses how Syrian families are putting their children in unlisted schools for them to maintain an education in Arabic. I chose this video because it is able to give the unique perspective of one of the Syrian refugee children attending an unlisted school. It is relevant to my topic because it shows the importance of language and culture to Syrian refugees, as well as the problems Turkey faces in trying to implement the education system they have set up for the refugees.
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Kanafeh, a Middle Eastern sweet that has its roots in Turkey, has found its way via Palestine to Jordan, where despite the influx of Syrian refugees and a struggling economy pastry shops are thriving.
Afghans feel forgotten in Europe's migrant crisis
The Afghan refugees in Turkey feel largely forgotten about to the more severe Syrian refugee crisis. Most services from the UN are tailored to Syrians looking for work and assimilation into society, while language barriers block Afghans from accessing help. Since their journey through multiple countries, some Afghans are not eligible for refugee status in Turkey and are not prioritized for interviews to be deemed a refugee.
From war in Syria to a Turkish sweatshop for child refugees
This article by The Guardian talks about how a Syrian refugee who is 13 years old is working in Turkey to help provide for his family instead of going to school. I chose this article because it shows the gravity of the sacrifices refugees must make in order to have the necessary income to support their families. This is relevant to my topic because it shows how the lack of jobs for refugees can lead to denying young children their education.
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